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I am working on some graphics stuff and need a free 3d model of some kind of part that I can use as a test subject.  Do you know any places on the web I might fine one?  That way I do not need to go into a cad program and make one.

Craig
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Look her for some links:
http://www.xdsoft.com/explorer/links.htm
and here www.quick3d.org you can find big amount of 3d models, but all of them have extension *.q3o, which can be read only by one program, that you will find on this site. But you will have big problems to this models to any good extension.
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