really hoping to get these to CS900 for milling...
I do not. I was trying to find it also to finish my manik-e-mag modules. No luck as of yet.
The original CAD is owned by the AGDE guys.
Paging automag god Tom Kaye...
I said his name he'll pop up
John & Jackie Sosta along with John Bonich worked on the designs for the modular aluminum body. (Which they own the patents btw) Later, Simon "Manike" Stevens worked on the CnC version of the Xmag. AO liked the CnC design so much Tom Kaye decided to work with AGDE and create a run of 400ish guns.
I would try to contact either John about it. I really doubt they want their designs floating out online for anyone to make though.
I'm actually interested in the CAD as well so I will do my best to find it. I have 2 unfinished Euro Slugs that need it.
im in just need a non cnc xmag body now. hmmm. shouldn't of said no thankyou to tunaman.
I sell new 800 mah Emag batteries, in dealers section, or pm for pricing. batteries ready to ship
Some free time,
and 'SHAZAM' you have a CAD file! stickouttongue
I could model it up for you but it wouldn't be free. I see several (or more) hours of measuring & modeling there. Then a few hours double & triple checking everything.
Also DO NOT take files you find from the internet and use them without checking them. Ive looked at many files posted all over and found that a large amount are not correct. Often close but not correct. Last thing you want it to find that out while cutting a xmag.
I check everything even when it comes from trusted sources.
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For sure, personally I could easily burn up at least 2 days engineering that, but I tend to be pretty picky on getting everything exact.
I agree on the free files floating around, I've gone over a few with sad results. I generally find it best just to start from scratch.
I had a feeling this would be the case...
Due to recent events I might not be able to go through any projects for a while, I'm feeling lost I guess
We never had the cad models over here. Sosta and Simon did all of that in England.