A pattern of a classic car from about 1932. This is the first pattern that is drawn with Fusion360 software. The benefit of it is that assemble and example views could be integrated in the build drawing. Below there is a link for a free PDF from the first two chapters. The build of this one is easier than the first three models, but again this time you will need expert woodworking skills and it will definitely work in your favor if you have experience in making wooden models. Needing these skills should not discourage you as the documentation of this build is very thorough and consists of 2D plans as well as a 3D overview of each part. Additionally, a Fusion360 3D model is made available on the internet and for almost every part there are full scale templates. Furthermore there will be a blog about the build on the Lumberjocks forum.
Size of the complete Buick sedan is approx. 38(L) x 15(W) x 15(H) cm.
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In total the set of documents exists of:
- Extensive 2D plans in PDF of the Buick sedan on a full scale. Some overviews and assemble views are drawn in a 1:2 scale. As an example you can download the first two chapters for free.
- Templates for most of the body parts in PDF on a full scale
- A 3D overview of the model on the internet, where you can’t only see the model but also rotate, scale, measure and even make a half cut on every position you want. (See link below)
- A PDF breakdown overview. (Made by Ducky) (See link below)
- A video breakdown overview. (Made by Ducky) (See link below)
To give you an example of the mentioned documents I offer a free sample download, of the first two chapters.
A 3D overview can be found in the online Fusion360 viewer, click here. Please note that Fusion360 is a graphics intensive environment that requires a modern browser.
A PDF from the breakdown overview made by Ducky can be downloaded here