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    Default Hi I am new here, anyone can help-car modelling

    Anyone knows a good website where there are exercise to learn? As for example, a 3D modelling on cars, teaching you step by step on how to do it?

    This is the only website i found: http://www.cadtutor.net/tutorials/au...?category_id=5

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    well it looks like you came to the right place

    we already have a thread on modelling a 3D car. I guess you've been set the same assignment
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    Your choice of software will greatly affect the finsihed product. Are you expecting to do this entirely in AutoCAD 2007?
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    Leave to J.D.M. to prove me wrong. Nice one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Your choice of software will greatly affect the finsihed product. Are you expecting to do this entirely in AutoCAD 2007?
    no but however the only software i know is AutoCAD and Unigraphics, now trying to learn autocad as in master it than will be learning another 3D maybe Autodesk inventor

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    Bro thank you so much i check your signature link also thats cool, do you happen to have any more of like that tutorial?

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    You can try out CAST training under the help toolbar in Unigraphics. It has exercises at the end of each tutorial.

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