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Having fun with solid works

JohnnyB21

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I'm currently in school for mechanical engineering and I have been taking a Solid Works class, learning the basic 3D modeling with a 2D drawing (some are 3-view, others are just a basic picture with proper dimensions given)

This is just a few pictures of some fun I've been having with the program

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These images are not *100%* accurate, but feel free to give me some feedback.

 

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