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(2016-09-12, 6:51)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]Nothing to say but Wow!!!

Thanks :-)

I still had issues with the data because the LDR-importer will not support MPD. The LDR conversations worked but the import will merge the new added Porsche parts. The modeled decorations had wrong colors (red instead of two types of grey). And the fact that all decorations in LDRAW are modeled will cause shading issues with triangles.

But overall it's a great result.
[Image: 42053.jpg]
Download MPD (OMR compliant)
Known errors: Missing stickers.
(2016-08-31, 9:44)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ][Image: 42054.jpg]
Download MPD (OMR compliant)
Known errors: Missing stickers.
Done with LDCad 1.6 alpha 4
Edit: updated to add missing flex axle!

Hi Philippe
Just import the mpd file in my new MOC. There is a small mistake with the taillights. The turn signals should be outward.

Regards Johann
(2018-08-17, 17:21)Johann Eisner Wrote: [ -> ]Just import the mpd file in my new MOC. There is a small mistake with the taillights. The turn signals should be outward.
Hi Johann,
Now corrected... beeing "directionally challenged", I am prone to this kind of bugs. Wink
Thanks for reporting!
(2016-07-27, 13:44)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ][Image: 42056.jpg]
Download MPD (OMR compliant)
Known errors: Missing stickers. Patterned parts replaced by plain parts (except for wheel arches)
Done with LDCad 1.6 alpha x
(edit) MPD updated: Corrected unrealistic gear shift paddle position (thanks Blakbird!), and fixed two wrong flex axles on rear.

Hi there... 

first let me say... this is a great model!!! And thanx for sharing it because this makes my goal to create a finite element simulation in order to simulate this kind of event a lot easier. (an example of how such a simulation could look like with a way smaller model can be seen here) We are not sure jet, whether a simulation of the whole 42056 set will work since it is a really complex model but at least we will try. 

While working with your "42056 - Porsche 911 GT3 RS" we came across a small error in your model. The brick '64782' in the front section of bodyframe.ldr seems to be positioned upside down. 

[attachment=3362]

This can be seen in step 311 in the manual on page 231.

Actually the model still works with this brick upside down, so it doesn't really matter. However I thought I should mention it.

regards
 Marko
(2019-01-03, 14:18)Ford Perfect Wrote: [ -> ]
(2016-07-27, 13:44)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]Download MPD (OMR compliant)
Known errors: Missing stickers. Patterned parts replaced by plain parts (except for wheel arches)
Done with LDCad 1.6 alpha x
(edit) MPD updated: Corrected unrealistic gear shift paddle position (thanks Blakbird!), and fixed two wrong flex axles on rear.

Hi there... 

first let me say... this is a great model!!! And thanx for sharing it because this makes my goal to create a finite element simulation in order to simulate this kind of event a lot easier. (an example of how such a simulation could look like with a way smaller model can be seen here) We are not sure jet, whether a simulation of the whole 42056 set will work since it is a really complex model but at least we will try. 

While working with your "42056 - Porsche 911 GT3 RS" we came across a small error in your model. The brick '64782' in the front section of bodyframe.ldr seems to be positioned upside down. 



This can be seen in step 311 in the manual on page 231.

Actually the model still works with this brick upside down, so it doesn't really matter. However I thought I should mention it.

regards
 Marko

Hi Marko

Thanks for the error report.
I Have corrected the file in the OMR.
You can download the new file here.

Regards Johann
Thanks for reporting Marko! Johann was faster, but I also corrected my file on Brickshelf.
Looks like a very interesting project, with convincing results on the small car model!
...and you can add the disclaimer: no LEGO pieces were hurt during experiments Big Grin
awesome!
(2019-01-03, 15:11)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for reporting Marko! Johann was faster, but I also corrected my file on Brickshelf.
Looks like a very interesting project, with convincing results on the small car model!
...and you can add the disclaimer: no LEGO pieces were hurt during experiments Big Grin

actually I already broke one of the smaller pins (2780) during physical testing  Cry
(2019-01-03, 15:11)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks for reporting Marko! Johann was faster, but I also corrected my file on Brickshelf.
Looks like a very interesting project, with convincing results on the small car model!
...and you can add the disclaimer: no LEGO pieces were hurt during experiments Big Grin

Hi Philippe...

now that we have almost the whole model meshed and ready for simulation, I found another small error... Smile
On the left side where the seat is connected to the bodyframe there is a collison:

[attachment=3385]

This is because a few parts should probably moved a bit to the front.

Here the state before correcting it:

[attachment=3386]

and here after:

[attachment=3387]

as far as I could see this is only on the left side of the car below the driver seat.
I would send you my corrected version, however because of how I use it in the simulation it has been hugely changed, so it would break the current structure in your file.

regards
 Marko
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