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    [Help] The most accurate dimensions

    Hi guys,
    I'm new here on this forum, i want to ask some things to the peoples here, about some features (aventador)
    After a lot searches here, i have decided try to do an aventador, with this 3D model (Attached)
    About most accurate replica

    I saw in official lamborghini site these dimensions:
    LP 700-4


    Wheelbase: 2,700 mm (2,70 Meters)
    Overall length: 4,780 mm (4,78 Meters)


    i have add some gray box to represent this dimensions.


    Anyone know if this dimensions (3D attached) are the best accurate?
    Someone can help me with this?


    Thanks for all
    Sorry for my bad english, im from Brazil

    Blender and OBJ files here:
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    The best model would be the one that reflects best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArashB View Post
    The best model would be the one that reflects best.
    haha obvious
    But idk what model, i never saw this real aventador lambo, just an gallardo, so, im here to ask all pro :P
    After i've done the chassis, i'll share it here, with all

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    Its nice to see a Blender user, so I will try to explain this to you. Blender is a fantastic program and a lot can be done with it, however its not a cad program, so it will be difficult to get mm accuracy from what you are doing. It also depends on how you plan to print the model out there are so many ways to accomplish that step a lot of trial and error could be involved.

    As for the model you have posted you havent said where it is from, if you found it on the internet chances are it is a rip from a game, although it might look accurate on the screen when you print it out little errors will become big errors. Most models look really good and there are many talented guys who make models but unless they have access to a scan of the car it won't be accurate, most game models are done from photos.

    Your question about the dimension of the lights, you would be best to get hold of a set of originals and get those measured or try to find someone who will let you take measurements from the car.

    If your happy with the model on screen then it should be "look" ok in full size but remember it won't be accurate unless you can get an accurate scan of the car.

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    I'll compare a few of the models that I have... here we can see some of the surfaces... specially how the hood shines like that.
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    The best 3D models that are 99% accurate are the ones from Forza 4 (and higher) games, because most cars there were 3D scanned. So if you can find over the internet that model it will suit best

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    @luke1274
    Thanks for your appreciation about Blender, i'm a blender user (Fantastic software) as you said
    if i take an model from the game, can you convert in an cad file?
    idk work with CAD


    @ArashB
    Thanks for your post and informations


    @topssi
    Exactly!!
    i'm looking for models from the games, looking for NFS, will be release in november (forza 4 already done it), maybe NFS will be more accurate.

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    You're welcome... without doing a full search, here are 3 different models that I found.
    http://www.filedropper.com/-avenset
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    Awesome models, thanks for them!


    looking for cnc router, foam, some hint?

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    Sure thing...
    The best CNC option is this kit where you assemble it yourself. It has a configuration for the important, "long Z axis" setup to carve stuff out. Look for Aspire 3D software to run it. Lastly get a large diameter drill bit for the initial rough cuts to reduce work,
    https://buildyourcnc.com/greenBullCNCMachineKit.aspx
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    I think people have used the HomeDepot Pink Panther 1-2 inch thick panels ( I dont know its density) and used white glue (Guerilla? brand\style) to combine them into a foam block.
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