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Fischer Paykel DW model
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Has anyone got a 3d model - can be *obj, *skp, *3ds - of a Fischer Paykel 2 door dishwasher they can let me have for a design I'm working on?

It's free standing, not integrated.

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(29-03-2019, 07:32 PM)Stretch Wrote: Has anyone got a 3d model - can be *obj, *skp, *3ds - of a Fischer Paykel 2 door dishwasher they can let me have for a design I'm working on?

It's free standing, not integrated.

Cheers! ThumbUp

Are these any good - See attached: obj + skp + 3ds


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.zip   Fisher & Paykel Double DishDrawer Tall DD24DDFTX7 3ds+obj+skp.zip (Size: 187.47 KB / Downloads: 6)

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(29-03-2019, 08:08 PM)Daz Gizmo Wrote:
(29-03-2019, 07:32 PM)Stretch Wrote: Has anyone got a 3d model - can be *obj, *skp, *3ds - of a Fischer Paykel 2 door dishwasher they can let me have for a design I'm working on?

It's free standing, not integrated.

Cheers! ThumbUp

Are these any good - See attached: obj + skp + 3ds

Nice one Daz, knew I could rely on you!!

It's probably not the exact model but it will be fine for what I need to show the customer...

   

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(29-03-2019, 10:13 PM)Stretch Wrote: Nice one Daz, knew I could rely on you!!

It's probably not the exact model but it will be fine for what I need to show the customer...

It's a long time since I looked at the FP Dishdrawers... The model I preferred was the one with the curved fronts... now it looks like that model is no longer available...

I found the model here - http://www.modlar.com/search/tag/fisher-paykel/

Then converted it to all the options you asked for...

What software is that render done in.... looks good... ThumbUp

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I've moved back to Kitchendraw. They have an up to date Crown 2018 catalogue available and they are really hands on with the support and updates.

I'm also finding things that I can do with it that I didn't know I could do years ago.
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That's a really useful site/link btw Daz...

Do any other manufacturers offer the ability to download anything similar?

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(30-03-2019, 06:33 PM)Stretch Wrote: That's a really useful site/link btw Daz...

Do any other manufacturers offer the ability to download anything similar?

Yeah,

I do wish more manufacturers would offer 3D downloads of their appliances from their websites... I know Smeg do - http://www.smeguk.com/3d/

I also get a few models from here - https://3dsky.org/3dmodels/category/kuhn...order=free

You do have to sign up and pay a small fee to get the free models  Crazy2  .... and pay more for the pro ones...

The problem with some is the as 3D max format so unless you have Max installed you cannot open them. The other format is FBX and you can convert them to OBJ and other formats using this small free program - https://www.autodesk.com/developer-netwo...r-archives

One of the best programs I use which gets some massive in MB 3D Graphics down to more manageable size and also cleans up the geometry is Polygon Cruncher - http://www.mootools.com/en/software/polygon-cruncher.

It is another small program but gives you control over complexity and enable you to convert FBX and other formats to all the other popular ones.

There are a few BIM (Building Information Modeling) sites now getting quite a lot of content like this one - http://www.bimobject.com/en/product?category=17

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