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as the first part of the project we have a render which build.
in the second part of the horse do the modeling in Autodesk Inventor or AutoCAD.
as the third part, we develop the modeling in a 3D modeling program, as inventor or autocad The 3D modeling project with their respective measures for...
horse parts. rocking bow seat etc.
assembly drawings horse
una ves hechos los moldes hacemos los cortes respectivos en la madera
can be used wooden dowels screws or nails but recommended with glue tail anchors for the connection system of the parts
need a pedestal drill, for a precise perforcion and 90 º.
to the recesses of edges we will leave with a router to round all the corners of the wooden planks.
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I made it this weeken - I used 28 mm thick piedroit for all parts, but first resized the horse to 75 %, because the original size seemed to me to be too big for my 10 month old son. I added also the seat back, eyes and I stuck a strip of felt to the bottom. No screw is used at all, only glued dowel joints.
The horse is beautiful and my son is screaming with happiness. Thank you very much for such a beautiful instructable and best regards from Prague/Czech!
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