I have been using Shark FX for a number of years now, and found it very suited to my needs. In this section of my website, I am going to stick a few 3D models of everyday objects I create, as well as 3D scans when I acquire a scanner. The first image is a temperature sensor from a Land Rover Discovery I modelled to interface into a temperature sensor adaptor I was making for the Panhard engine.
I'll add a link to a STEP or .stp file later.
This is the compromise combo version, potentially easier to machine, with a height reduction. The sensor has more surface area inside, so should warm up faster, and there is better clamping forces, so less likely to vibrate off, and it won't mark the original torsion bar valve cover. All the stepped drillings are from the same side, so that'll mean less setting time.
Well, I didn't like the one above, because it looked too heavy, and it needed a tweak. It 's was getting late, so I hurriedly edited the model, and got this, but then tweaked it again, because there were inconsistencies in the model.
Final version for the CNC guy, unless it's too expensive.