I need a dummy..

Hi all..
I have a client that would like me to produce an image for an advert
for him. He would like me to add a crash test dummy to a cross section
of one of his products ( it will look like a car).
Would any one have such a model, or a link to where i might find one
that i can use for this brief?
Thanks in advance guys and gals.
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mechmanau
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Go to the SW website and look for solution partners. I think there is one that had mannequins. Don't know if that would pass as a dummy, but it might.
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Or use "Poser" and get a manequin from there. Export it as an OBJ, convert it to STL...
Mike Tripoli
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Mike Tripoli
Mike,
What do you use to go from OBJ to STL? I find that the STL from Poser doesn't read into SW too well (poser 5).
Just curious.
Thanks,
SMA
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Sean-Michael Adams
I also found that .DXF and .STL is not an answer., even if I bring it into Acad then to SW. SW just crashes. What does the OBJ format do to ease import for SW?
Keith
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Keith Streich
I have Polytrans from Okino
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If you do alot of this stuff (converting poly models) it works well enough. There are also a few free object convertors for OBJ and STL...
Some people use Accutrans...
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I've tried it, but wasn't thrilled with it's performance...
I cut Sw a break when it comes to this stuff; it's not really designed to be a poly mesh editor. I've found in the past that I can import things as "graphic" (under oprtions), but for solids, it has a problem...
Mike Tripoli
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Mike Tripoli
Now how bout we get back to the dummy....
How bout this link, I am sure with some split lines and some coloring you could make this look good.
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it is at
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are some good models there
Ben
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Ben
Hey, leave me out of this!
Keith
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Keith Streich
Check out
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The User Library has some models in the Humans section.
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scota
Tried posting this yesterday and nouthing? Try 2
Now how bout we get back to the dummy....
How bout this link, I am sure with some split lines and some coloring you could make this look good.
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it is at
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are some good models there
Ben
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Ben

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