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    Default toilet and bidet like 3D solid shape

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    Hi guys,
    may I'm asking something funny this time...but I need to insert into my drawing a 3d solid of a toilet.
    Where can I find that?

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    Stefano.

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    In the U.S. I'd be looking at Kohler or American Standard. I suppose you need them in metric sizes.

    You can also try the CADforum in their CAD Block area.
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    thanks ReMark for your reply.

    well, I already have a couple of those blocks in my designcenter but I wish I have a 3d solid of them

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    Haven't had the opportunity to visit any of the sites mentioned but I would think at least one would have what you are looking for in 3D solid form.

    Failing that as long as you have a top, front and one side view you could create a 3D solid by extruding then using the Interfere command.
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    @Remark and @nestly
    thanks a lot to both of you guys
    I get them

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    You might find something here http://www.cadforum.cz/catalog_en/?cat=19
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