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Old 01-22-2008, 11:04 AM   #41
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Have you tried contacting SEMA? Just call them on the phone or e-mail them.
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eDrawings are basically PDF files. There is no 3D data in eDrawings or PDF files.
eDrawings do indeed contain all dimensional data, you can highlight and measure parts. You just can't edit anyhting.
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Have you tried changing the extension to a .sldprt file and see if it works? It probably won't, but it would only take a minute to try.
Tried that.
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Have you tried contacting SEMA? Just call them on the phone or e-mail them.
I know for a fact that GM made the LS1 model available to SEMA members.

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I emailed SEMA. It looks like the model is still available to members. I've not had any luck finding a SEMA member that is willing to get the file for me...however. Anyone?
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Anyone caught handing out the cad files could get there membership revoked.
So your not going to get people to just hand over files, especially if they work for a company that has access to the files, they could lose there job.
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Has anyone been able to get this model yet?
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Who did you contact at SEMA to find out if it was still available?
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its always availiable you can go back to 1999 and get cad files
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Again back from the dead !!!!


Hans Grueber - "you can highlight and measure parts".

How is this done on an easm? If I click anywhere on the model the whole thing lights up. I can only select exterior features such as lines or radiuses.


I downloaded the LS1 model from the header company a while back then downloaded the free version of eDrawings and used the measure tool to get dimensions. It is a pain in the ***, but it can be done. I used this model to verify some of my reverse engineering measurements on an LS7 Oil Pan I designed. I really wish I could hide/remove some of the components like the coil covers, intake, etc. If you rotate the model, you can see some of the internal components and see that the CAD data is all there, but when you let go of the mouse it redraws and covers everything back up. Bummer that we can "get to it" though.

Also, I tried changing the file extension to .asm, .sldasm, etc. with no luck. I am still trying to find a conversion program to at least change it to an .igs or something.


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For those who want a 3D model, this little video from GM will **** you off knowing you can't have the source files:
http://gallery.patel360.com/v/Video/...embly.flv.html
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If anyone still interesting i´ve got for sale ls7 and porsche gearbox for sale in 3D. Let me know if anyone is interesting.


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How much do you want for it?
I'm quite interested.

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Selling those files can get you or the person you got them from in trouble.
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Selling those files can get you or the person you got them from in trouble.
I dont think you would if they are made from scratch and YOU created them. I could see trouble if the file was copied from a site or company tho.
I just wouldnt go advertising all over
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any one ever find a model?
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I've just started compiling all the drawings on the LS7 I've made as a Mechanical Engineering student. You can check it out here: http://ls7art.blogspot.com/.
I've had to figure some dimensions out since it is really difficult to find all the information at once. Hope I can update it regularly and receive feedback.

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I have the LS1 and LS3 for $100 if anyone is interested, my email is automotivecad@gmail.com

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