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HMS Pandora 1779 in 3D

Pandora 3D CAD frigate

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US-SteamNavy

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I am new to the forum and went through this whole posting at once. I am amazed!  I am hoping to learn to do similar 3D modeling using SolidWorks but my ships would be 1860s steamers.  Yours is a really astounding effort!


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Wow!



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excellent work I been using solidworks for years for aircraft you have inspired me to try and do a nice sailing ship once i can find some decent plans and how they were actually constructed in order to do it like originals


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Hi, PPDRY

 

I've sent you a PM.

 

I've recently been working on my own CAD HMS Pandora. I have some difficulty with modelling the inner surface of the hull.

 

It would be awesome if you could explain a bit what your method was in arriving at both the inner surface of the frames and the hull.

 

Still blown away by your work



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Great piece of work........

 

Jim


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