Here you can download 3D model of a crowbar with a curved chisel end to provide a fulcrum for leverage and a swan neck to pull nails.

By definition, a crowbar is a hand tool that is most often used as a lever when separating two parts or pulling nails. This 3D crowbar model was drawn based on the real crowbar we have at home, which has proven its functionality many times in various types of work. It was modeled in the 3D CAD software FreeCAD, whereas its shape was drawn based on the photos we had taken and imported into the software, and some of the necessary dimensions for modeling were measured directly on the crowbar. The “real” crowbar is industrially made from a hexagonal bar. Just to mention, there are various dimensions and shapes of crowbars, and the one we have drawn can be said to be a construction crowbar. It proved to be very good for pulling nails, separating boards, dismantling old pallets, dismantling roofs, etc.


3D model of a Crowbar
3D model category
3D CAD software used for modeling

FreeCAD (Part design workbench) - NURBS 3D model

Available NURBS and BREP file formats

Only .FCStd FreeCAD native file format


You can immediately download and use the 3D model offered here to you, it’s for free and meant for various purposes – e.g., use it to create illustrations for instructions and tutorials. You can import it into any 3D software (but first you have to install FreeCAD and export to some universal 3D format); you can even make it because it is modeled based on a real crowbar and therefore tested in terms of dimensions/the right size, strength, and reliability.


Download 3D model (BREP and NURBS)

Submitted by Ceh Jan