Both the DeskProto Tutorial book
and the DeskProto Instruction Videos
use sample geometries to show how to use certain options in DeskProto. In order to follow these instructions and to replay the lesson on your own machine you need to have this sample geometry.
Note: these files may be used to make your own model. They may NOT be sold or offered for downloading.
This great Coat-Of-Arms relief
has been created by Todd Bailey of 4m3D Creative Design
as a custom model for DeskProto. We supply the model as a free download, hoping that machining this relief will make you appreciate the DeskProto software.
Note that you can easily customize the model by adding graphics and text to the shield and the ribbon: see the Coat-Of-Arms page
for instruction videos and pictures of some nice results for this relief.
The geometry of Venus de Milo
(or in fact of her head only) may be supplied by courtesy of Minolta USA
. It is used in the lessons on rotation axis machining, both in the PDF Tutorial
as in the Instruction videos
For more information on this geometry see the Venus Gallery page
The geometry of this Cellphone front
has been modelled by John Brock of McNeel
. It is used in the lesson on Two-Sided machining in the PDF Tutorial
For more information on this geometry see the Cellphone Gallery page
This geometry of a beautifully detailed ring
has been created by Chris Botha of Digital-Jeweller.com
, to be used in the Instruction video
on jewelry ring machining that he made for us.
You can find this video and some nice pictures of resulting rings on the Jewelry videos page
This beautiful Picture frame
geometry is new in DeskProto V6. This geometry has also been created for us by Todd Bailey of 4m3D Creative Design
, as a custom model for DeskProto. We supply it to all DeskProto users: it comes as a free sample geometry with all DeskProto downloads
, and it features in Lesson 1 of the DeskProto Tutorial