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Hello everybody,

Inspired by some pictures ,


Lanz Bulldog

Lanz Eilbulldog

and also read some requests of various users in some forums,

I made myself some thoughts about create part 6578.dat in this unusual kind:

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Parts


Is it a good idea to put such parts together in a new "special" section on the tracker?
Hi Ulrich,

welcome to the forums. I do not fully understand what your question is. What do you mean with "special".

The tyres look fine. Are those modeled according to official parts?

w.
(2018-08-17, 16:35)Willy Tschager Wrote: [ -> ]Hi Ulrich,

welcome to the forums. I do not fully understand what your question is. What do you mean with "special".

The tyres look fine. Are those modeled according to official parts?

w.

Hi Willy,

and thank you!


Why special? .....the material is Gum...and for that...the original shape of this part is not given anymore in this case.

Is this generally allowed in partsauthoring?

I´m not quite shure about : "according to official parts". The original "Standard Outfit" of 6578.dat, which is well done by Phillip in this way, can´t be used

for stretching and pressing it into this unusual shape.

So I tried to make it in a different way - created in Cinema4D and refined with several ldraw-tools - and  uploaded them in Brickshelf:

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=574403

please , have a look at the files...

...and what could be the best nomenclature?

UR
Is this even a real part?
A part made from a third party custom manufacturer, or is it a user adapted custom file?
(2018-08-18, 16:38)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]Is this even a real part?
A part made from a third party custom manufacturer, or is it a user adapted custom file?

Hello Magnus,

It is an original part..... user adapted.

Here it is in original shape -- >https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...8#T=C&C=11

Uli
Oh, I see.
It is a heavily deformed and reshaped real lego part.
Here is another variant of how to use part 6578 in an unusual way.

[attachment=3249]
As long as the description (and the !HELP meta) gives some clues how to use it I'm fine with it.

w.
(2018-08-18, 17:59)Ulrich Röder Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-08-18, 16:38)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]Is this even a real part?
A part made from a third party custom manufacturer, or is it a user adapted custom file?

Hello Magnus,

It is an original part..... user adapted.

Here it is in original shape -- >https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...8#T=C&C=11

Uli

What do you mean by 'user adapted'? Did you cut the original part to make a narrow tyre?
(2018-08-18, 20:28)Chris Dee Wrote: [ -> ]
(2018-08-18, 17:59)Ulrich Röder Wrote: [ -> ]Hello Magnus,

It is an original part..... user adapted.

Here it is in original shape -- >https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...8#T=C&C=11

Uli

What do you mean by 'user adapted'? Did you cut the original part to make a narrow tyre?

Hi Chris,

No...I didn´t use the original dat file in this way, but oriented me to its proportions.
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