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Old 04-03-2008, 10:40 AM   #1
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Finally finished cad drawings from RIA blueprints.









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Old 04-06-2008, 07:06 AM   #2
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Finally finished cad drawings from RIA blueprints.
That's pretty darn impressive; I like it.

I'm not trying to being a critic of your good work, I'm just trying to be helpful. I did not see the Sear Spring, Plunger Spring, Mainspring, Stock Screw Bushings, The Magazine Catch wasn't broken down, and the Slide was assembled with the exception of the barrel. Are these things you intended on doing as finishing touches ?

I'm proud to be speaking with a man of your talent; Thanks For Sharing This.
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Old 04-06-2008, 06:08 PM   #3
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Thank you DoubleAction.
All parts are drawn there is no missing one except springs.There is a barrel bushing on the government model but it stays out of the assembly.The cut away belongs to compact model with bull barrel .And yes sear spring is missing in the assembly because I can not mount it by deforming in the cad.

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Old 04-17-2008, 08:39 AM   #4
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There are very few quality posters on the 1911 for a gun room; I have the only two I could find and they cost me around $40. each. Your illustration would make for a very nice poster
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There are very few quality posters on the 1911 for a gun room; I have the only two I could find and they cost me around $40. each. Your illustration would make for a very nice poster
Hi DoubleAction,
Just describe me the way you like the poster and arrange it on the screen and send you free of charge in .jpeg format .Then you'll able to print it out on a copy center the size you want.
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Old 11-10-2008, 03:36 PM   #6
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looks great. do you have dimensioned machine drawings?
how can i get a complete set of your work?
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Great job man, Solidworks is the way to go.

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Finally finished cad drawings from RIA blueprints.
Looking for 3d cad drawings for 1911,fram & slide most of all.
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Looks pretty awesome! What program did you use?

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Good work!

I'm a Designer and used solid works from version 97 - 2004.
I'm not working now, disabled.

Compression Springs are dificult to do, I always did 2 versions Compressed and uncompressed and showed them in the appropriate view.

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