Description:I need a simple revision of this design. It was created in SolidWorks but I guess it can be revised in any 3D CAD software
as long as the file is saved .STEP.
A mold will be made from this in a CNC Milling Machine but as it is now can't be made because there is a space between the snakes body and the top of the skull. The body of the snake has to move down. See attachment 2 for exact position.
You can download the original STEP file to work on. It is the first attachment but might take a few minutes as it is a large file.
Wants:Just follow attachment of snake position so that there is no space
between the body and skull. Must be saved as .STEP.
Don't Wants:Don't modify anything else.
- SolidWorks or any CAD Software
#2 Skull & Snake - Revision 01 by Albertus Putra
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