From 2D to 3D

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Please make this old 2D drawing in to 3D drawing - with correct meassures. When it is done, I also need to have a drawing of the same tool - but where the top is blank. Meaning that there is no - thread - so we can cut the thread afterwards.
It is attached as the M14 drawing.
It has to have the correct meassures - and be a professionel drawing. - from solid works, or onshape - so it is a "iges, step or stl format.
Ask for Sample:
Yes please
  1. Onshape


#20 Thread TAP by ProtoTech Workbench
Hello Ingeborg Rosenvinge,
We are a small team made of product and mechanical engineers along with graphic designers. We've made 3D files for your project. Please check the .pdf file for further details.
We've used the ISO thread and boreholes as you'll see in the .pdf file.
We will provide you .stp/.step , .igs and .stl files. For modifications we can provide you files compatible with CATIA V5 R20 or previous versions and SolidWork 2014 or previous versions.
I any modifications required, please let me know. We can provide you technical drafting as well.
Liviu Barbu
ProtoTech Workbench
Oct 21, 2015 14:50
#19 Spiral Point M14 by Said cad
Oct 6, 2015 19:32
#18 M14 Spiral Tap by Saket CAD
M14 Spiral Tap modelled & rendered Solidworks 2012
Oct 5, 2015 12:04
#15 CLOUXHSS - M14-LH TAP by Bernie
Sep 29, 2015 16:03
#14 ClouxHSS by Love22S
Sep 29, 2015 11:33
#13 ClouxHSS by Love22S
2D to 3D conversion
Sep 29, 2015 10:39
#12 M14 LH by JOJO
Sep 29, 2015 7:56
#11 M14 DRAWING by yazid jikin
Sep 28, 2015 9:06
#9 Spiral Point M14 LH and RH by Peter Walsh
Please find herewith attached Zip file which is enclosed PDF,inventor part and drawings files , Step,IGES.Please do not hesitate to contact us incase if you choose our model and you need little changes.
Pritesh Patel
Sep 26, 2015 3:40
#8 Solidworks by Jorge Parada
You can convert to any format on the onshape platform. Temporary files to compete final provided on acceptance.
Sep 25, 2015 11:44
#7 spiral point M14 by mohamed khairy
I tried to match the dimensions as much as possible please rate and add feedback so i can improve if possible
Sep 25, 2015 1:45
Inventor model with export format suitable for Solidworks.
CAD drg can be done from this if you accept it
Sep 24, 2015 22:14
#3 værktøjsfabrik by Jorge Parada
Attache Step file,I can generate G code for CNC and video render on request
Sep 24, 2015 16:51
#2 Macho roscar by Jorge Parada
This is a draft to discuss details about the model attached. Attached a stp file
Sep 24, 2015 15:17
#1 Tool for M14 by Antanas
pleas find rotational .pdf file, .STL and .STEP formats.
if necessary - I can change any parameter.
Sep 24, 2015 8:07


Sat, 10 Oct 2015 06:59:47 +0000
We can make the 3D & 2D Drawing as per your requirement.



Thu, 24 Sep 2015 03:40:17 +0000
no worries I'll have go
it will be in various formats compatible with Solidworks
Thu, 24 Sep 2015 01:57:56 +0000
Dear buyer,
Is it 3D model you want?
Wed, 23 Sep 2015 11:37:21 +0000
YES - just as long as it is a file that SolidWorks can open.



Wed, 23 Sep 2015 11:13:35 +0000
Dear Buyer,

Can't we make this in 3d on any other software like sodworks other than onshape?

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