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PS2 drawing on Autocad

Discussion in 'PS2' started by andyfrank, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. andyfrank

    andyfrank Regular member

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    hey this may not be the right place to post this message but im drawing a PS2 in CAD class in autocad so when it is done ill post it1!!!! tell me wht u think then
     
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    andyfrank Regular member

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    my drawing is finally done!!! here is the pic!!


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  4. Gazcoigne

    Gazcoigne Regular member

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    not bad at all what CAD are you using?

    I use Solid Edge and i did this too in my first year of Masters Degree Mechanical Engineering but i did the whole lot, motherboard laser cogs etc and all, so this is a bit more basic than mine.

    Unfortunately i no longer have it to show you but well done anyway.
     
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    andyfrank Regular member

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    hey, i use autoCAD 2005 at home and 2000 at school, i did this for my final exam just a few days ago, i thought id post it on here for all the obsessive PS2 losers to look at and get hype too, i hope yall enjoy ;)
     
  6. Gazcoigne

    Gazcoigne Regular member

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    I use that in work must have took you a while!

    solid edge is far more advanced, more for 3 dimensional stuff if you can find it try to get it its a lot better than autocad 2005.

    ps we're hardly losers this forum is to actually help people with problems with their ps2's not to sit and jerk off over them.

    and we're not here to sit and coo over your BASIC autocad drawings either.
     

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