Jim just sent me this photo of his Micro R/C Pickup with 3D-Printed parts and a 1/24th scale 3D-Printed Miller Wildcat Welding Machine.
Jim asked if I could start a scale model of the Wildcat Welding Machine, so I found the dimensions for the welder on Miller’s website and made a quick scale representation of the it and sent the SolidWorks file to Jim. He added all the fine detail to the SolidWorks welder model to make it look very realistic.
My understanding is the Micro Welder Model will hide a battery and the wires will come out of the front of the welding machine to look like welding cables. Outstanding!! 🙂
I talked Jim into buying SolidWorks a year ago for himself and then taught him how to use the software through videos, so it is always fun to see his wonderful projects … Jim’s brilliant so he was very quick to learn SolidWorks … but I am still proud when I see him do such quality work on his own in SolidWorks!!
Well Done Jim!!!
~ CHEERS . . .
Jim is now selling the Micro-Crawler Chassis on Lynx Micro Tech:
Also Wheel Rims and other 3D-Printed Parts … Yay!!
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