AccuRender nXt

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Hi, folks!

Does anyone know a website where I can download free model furniture for barbershop? Specifically chair vintage style?

Thank you all.

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If you can take the time to search. Try here!

Thank you all the hints and tips. I had try som links. I found some, but is very expensive to use it eventually.

I still Looking for

ok... what i do in this situation is draw the block... just find a nice pdf drawing of a barber seat and star 


try a revit block and imported to autocad

The link I sent all have their models free, so search, you are bound to see something you can use.

Thanks, akin, but i don't found anything that match. But I will use something generical. Don't have time to search more neither draw one.

or install this skp plugin and use tons of free models from the 3d warehouse

Thanks to all, especially to Jan. Your tip was very important. I found exactly what I was looking for. The delay in following with your tip, was because the plugin to convert SKP files only works in AutoCAD 2014, and I use the 2011 version.

Here is what i got

Sorry, i didn't know that the plugin was not supported by earlier versions of autocad.

Man, did you read what I wrote? I just got this result thanks to the directions you gave me. There is no reason to apologize. I just have to thanks.




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