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Libraries

Ignacio_Martos_Ignacio_Martos_ Member, Onshape Employees Posts: 18
Hello everyone! 

Over the past few years I have spent time compiling great public documents I have found. These contained beautiful libraries of data that I believe can serve the entire community. I have lost track of the original creators, but if you are responsible for the original document and wish to be credited please let me know so I can update this post! 

DISCLAIMER: Onshape does not guarantee accuracy of any of these parts, or any future maintenance/development for these documents. 

If anyone has any other libraries that they want to share this would be a great forum for that. 

Furniture: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/86ea68b71cb9884079d071f3/w/20cfe2a2967cbf2c13217e30/e/d23ca492d47b8295c15a338e 





Solenoid Valves: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/d1cc30ea2422e8a5d6fa17a3/w/770e19eae0b2bba29c9e75b3/e/12c5711190ea62ca811498f5 




AN Fittings: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/b3abde8051589cb031df3658/w/592fde5db0ede759b38372a2/e/276f42a5be3aa7c4cc9e7cae 



Pipe Fittings: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/f1bd4b262fe008adb707e2d7/w/25368ed90cd442fbf1926b33/e/d46ffc6ed9f2c032fbca09f9




8020 Hardware Library: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/fa43bff2d74a7acd12860a80/w/4008b9ee2397ef0accab5a7c/e/bd03dd143c997839e4dc5783




Flanges: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/33de8d280666f8f0c0460757/w/21ad1a5c93210da1d13910ac/e/8ae53d673fd6ab3231cdee76



Electronics Library: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/d3a64c501ab7b878053f571a/w/914f3bfbd10d51522cd57f5e/e/7272847ab9d5be236831f6e7



3D Printer Structural Hardware: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/27bf18f6eff920be98aca71b/w/21307b9466dca2b7f0483654/e/e7b642a7de6bd7e5650e1b61




Screws: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/9809557d37817f6e7cda3eb4/w/efa00582dafe9f2188a5ce4d/e/c3fee8e929213e89b770a627



Screw Builder: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/f194954dce2ac8fddc64f30b/w/464fd0c663f79bdc00f3b0ed/e/f11db521de936cff5d093c19




Hope these are useful! Thank you to our awesome community for the excellent resource! 

If you have any other useful libraries do share :) 

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    Ignacio_Martos_Ignacio_Martos_ Member, Onshape Employees Posts: 18
    @Kurt22 impressive amount of profiles and hardware! @jnewth_onshape this might be useful to you! 
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    Ste_WilsonSte_Wilson Member Posts: 260 EDU
    An impressive amount of stuff.  Thanks for sharing.
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    IgnacioMartosIgnacioMartos Member, Onshape Employees Posts: 18 PRO

    Found another great library for low level electronic components. You can find it here: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/e60249f1667151606584c18e/w/955c2cc57502a18d5e4df399/e/624fe466605c33109fe3d816

    Thank you sillion83! 


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    S1monS1mon Member Posts: 2,537 PRO
    The number of times I've been burnt by inaccurate CAD data even from the component manufacturers themselves.... 

    Random databases from unknown sources are only useful for hobby level stuff where you just need to make something once and can always file things or add hot glue or whatever if things aren't right.

    For production work, I always want the 2D drawings, which unfortunately are rarely the production drawings for the parts, but rather are catalog drawings of an assembly for sale. Even worse are the "drawings" which end up on component data sheets. These are often run through the filter of some graphic layout person redoing stuff in Adobe Illustrator. And I want the 3D, and I want physical samples.

    Inevitably these 3 sources (2D, 3D, samples) will not all agree.

    Then there's the issue that the samples that you get this week are not the same as what's in the supply chain when you go into production. Then there's the issue of stuff changing without notice when you're well into production.

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    IgnacioMartosIgnacioMartos Member, Onshape Employees Posts: 18 PRO
    @S1mon Agreed, these are likely not useful for any production-grade projects but useful for conceptualization before sourcing. None of the data here is tied to any supplier. 

    But I do hope it helps those who might need a reference for these sort of components :smile:

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    rick_randallrick_randall Member Posts: 152 ✭✭✭
    Hello Ignacio,
    The An fittings you show are from my library. I have taken all measurements from ms data sheets, and I'm relatively sure they are accurate - but having said that, I have physically measured two parts with the same AN number (from different manufactures) and have found slight variations. I have many other items - too many to list here (a whole catalogs worth). If you want to see more send me a PM.      Happy to share.
    Here are some tee's
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