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Old 09-20-2011, 11:46 AM   #1
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Default Designing a new brewery and need a cad file

I'm designing my new brewery in ProE (it's what I use at work) and I'm looking for a 3D cad file for a Marsh pump 809. Or something close to it. Anyone draw one up that would be willing to export it to me? Step or IGES file would be great.

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If you know someone with Google Sketch Up Pro they can download a March Pump directly form the 3D warehouse and exprot to a .dwg/.dxf. I only have the free version, but I think I can get around it, I will give it a shot and let you know if it works...

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I created a quick model of a march pump in Inventor a while back. Might not be 100% accurate but should be good enough for your purposes. I don't have access to the model at the moment but I'll take a look for it this afternoon.

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i can get you a google sketch up file of one.

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If the file is 3d and able to import into either Autocad or ProE that would be awesome.

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its 3d and a google sketch up file. can you import a .dae file into either program you are using?

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its 3d and a google sketch up file. can you import a .dae file into either program you are using?
CAD does not take .dae file format
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bummer sorry the only other thing sketch up will export is a .kmz file......

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Nope, none of those will work. I may end up having to model it myself then. Does not have to be right, just close enough for pipe and valve layouts.
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I have a DWG of this pump. Send me your email in a PM and I'll send it your way. I don't have enough posts to put it on here.

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