Thanks for your reply.
The best format would be AutoCAD DWG, or DXF preferably in version 14
or 2000. I could also use version 2002 if I really had to. In addition
to AutoCAD, I also have access to Cobalt V6, and can import many
different file formats with that program, i.e., STL, 3D studio, Catia
V4, ACIS SAT, STEP, Rhino 3DM, ProE/Granite, and others.
Thanks for your help.
I should be able to scale those models you posted to the size I need in
AutoCAD. If anyone has any other sources, please let me know. It would
be nice to be able to find a source with many different sizes and
several styles to choose from.
www.mcmaster.com has CAD files of machine screws, but not their wood
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