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Anyone know of or have access to any 3D CAD models of our Warriors? I'm working on designing a right side cover to hide the wires. It would be handy to be able to test "fit" the side covers before i make them so i could see what works the best. I've found a model online for the Raider & several other Yamahas but nothing for the Warrior yet.

 

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yeah, i could do it that way but almost sounds too easy :)

If i come up with something i like, thats probably what i'll do. SInce i have a couple other family & friends that'll probably want one as well
 

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i suggest making a paper template of the area and build your cover against that.
if someone had a 3D scanner, it would be cool to import a model into CAD or something similar.
The detail in the picture above is the simplest and does not require a 3D scanner. Unless, of course, I correctly see the flat part cut from sheet metal in the picture.
 

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There is a detailed/dimensioned screen shot of a CAD model in this thread.

https://www.rswarrior.com/forums/14-installed-warrior-modifications-accessories/204409-led-lit-acrylic-right-side-cover.html

Are you thinking of just having it laser cut out of S.S.? If so, please find out how much they will charge you for a second one as I might be interested based on cost. :)

Note: The rear cylinder sits further to port/front is more starboard. I had to use a 1/2" (or maybe it was 3/4"?) spacer on the rear screw to make it 'sit' correctly.
 

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The detail in the picture above is the simplest and does not require a 3D scanner. Unless, of course, I correctly see the flat part cut from sheet metal in the picture.
I think he meant a 3D printer to print out the cover and maybe add an object like a smiley face or a Millennium Falcon. I'm not positive, but I don't think he meant a 3D scanner to create the CAD model.
 

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I'll draw something up today. Just got rid if my coffin last week and it's looking bare. It will would probably not work just getting 3D printed as the plastics don't hold up to heat too well. ABS could work but would still melt where it's mounted to the jugs. I'll have to figues something out for that but I'll model something out of 1/8 material for now.
 
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