This is a zipped file of the SG90 Servo. There are (3) files, The Arm, Servo Body and an Assembly.
The format is SolidWorks 2009
Yeah, that worked really well! The geometry is a little heavy for real-time simulation, but I can trim off some of the extra detail.
I'll post a link back when/if I have something worth showing!
Yeah, stl is a pretty common interchange format. I think the parametric CAD software I have can read that, and so can AutoCAD/MicroStation. It is even one of ShapeWays supported formats... not that you could just print a servo... or could you?
These models look handy, but do you think you could provide a non-proprietary format as well? Preferably something Blender can import:
This is primarily self interest as I am trying to build a reasonably accurate model in Blender to test some kinematics. Blender is FOSS though, and supports a large number of other 3d formats, so it would be a decent format translator for people using other software.
I am not familiar with the Blender software however, after looking at the file extensions that are acceptable, a .stl file should work. It is the only listed extension that I can save the file down as. I will create the file and attach it for you.