SketchUp Sketchup Components Collection (SCC) Discussion

Discussion in 'Modding' started by jezmck, 25 Nov 2003.

  1. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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  2. theagent

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    the optical and floppy drive links dont work
     
  3. death_star

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    "80mm Fan by death_star."

    Thats not by me thats by a guy over at pheaton. guess i shoulda made that clearer :blush:

    and you can use the links to hosting i used, its got 'unlimited bandwith' so you can save some bandwith. Ill try to post some more if you want.
     
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    Fixed.
     
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    Hey guys,
    I'm just a bit curious of what are some good CAD programs that are good for the design of a future project.
    Thanks
    Christopher Michael
     
  6. sickskater6911

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    i dont know how to use all this modeling crap..

    is this for autocad...or wat prog?

    neone know where to get a tutoiral on how to use the prog?
     
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    SickSkater,
    The program is SketchUp 3d. There is a free demo version for it avalible at their website. Sorry I don't have the link off the bat.
    Christopher Michael
     
  8. El Nosba

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    its a standalone product, and here you go

    http://www.sketchup.com/training_windows30.php

    these videos pretty much started my sketchup addiction... if i can think/see it i can model it (its just a matter of time :eek: )

    *Edit* whew, i just finished the soyo mobo i was workin on

    45257 edges
    17367 faces
    79 groups

    and i still havent applied any basic textures to it.... ive gone insane.... :hehe: :hehe: :hehe:
     
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    Neato, looking forward to seeing it... Just downloaded SketchUp and now reading up on how to use it. Thanks for the useful links :thumb:
    Christopher Michael
     
  10. jezmck

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    (bump)several more pieces have been added(/bump)
     
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    [​IMG]
    Click thumbnail for a bigger picture

    added:

    Asus Motherboard for Opteron 200 Processors Model SK8N Retail

    to my site

    on a side note... nice easter egg death_star :rock:
     
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    Hah, I put that in there if someon really took the time to look at everything :p. And jeez that mobo is so detailed my comp cant handle it. :wallbash: (your old one) i dont know about this one
     
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    the soyo is kinda hard on the comp :eek:

    BUT wen you look at the asus its like... bare... :blah: ( compared to the soyo ) it only took me like an hour to do :lol:

    the best part about making these models is that once its made i have it and its all interchangeable ( certain parts of course ) so it speeds up the model assembly BIGTIME

    *edit* im upgrading the services im using soon, so no more slow website !!! *cough* hopefully
     
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    Great work guys;

    I just started usen sketchup. I am trying to plan out a case to build. I had no intentions of going into the detail that you all of have done. But now I feel I must.

    Great work guys
     
  16. jezmck

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    no, don't.
    the point of sketchup is to sketch - just concepts...
     
  17. ouija

    ouija Trust me, I am doctor!

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    Superb Idea, many of these components are very good. I have a PC-70 and PC-60, plus some others that may be useful.

    [edit] Also have some unfinished collections of certain components that can be used to make up motherboards etc.
     
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    They'd be cool (do you have space to host them?)
    Not sure about the other pieces, but put them up if you want. (if people don't use them, then they wont use much bandwith anyway)
     
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    I have been simplifing El Nosba's ATX Mobo, if anyone's interested I will add the simple version to the list...

    new edit: mail me.
     
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    I've done a few modifcations on these items - namely death star's case got a side and two 120mm top blowholes, and a window up there, and pheton, if i may have permission, may i post a modified version of the power supply and 80 (modded to 120) mm fans in UV green? The PSU is totally black with a UV green acrylic cover. I will submit once you guys give me permission to distribute these modified copies of your work.
     

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