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OK, great.
Here is a preview, of what I see on the images.
[attachment=5102]

Is the height of the cylinder correct? I can't tell that from your images.
IMO the inside of the "handle with bars", 23422.dat , is too narrow. Don't think it is the same as a stud.
That upside down 1x1 brick didn't stick when you placed it on top of the cylinder. Right?
The height of the cylinder is 32 LDU (a plate and a brick). I tried to show it in this picture:
[Image: 6bAimZS.jpg]

I can review the .dat file once I'm done with work this evening.
(2020-04-16, 9:22)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]OK, great.
Here is a preview, of what I see on the images.


Is the height of the cylinder correct? I can't tell that from your images.
IMO the inside of the "handle with bars", 23422.dat , is too narrow. Don't think it is the same as a stud.
That upside down 1x1 brick didn't stick when you placed it on top of the cylinder. Right?
Thanks for the dat file
(2020-04-16, 9:22)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]OK, great.
Here is a preview, of what I see on the images.
Is the height of the cylinder correct? I can't tell that from your images.
IMO the inside of the "handle with bars", 23422.dat , is too narrow. Don't think it is the same as a stud.
That upside down 1x1 brick didn't stick when you placed it on top of the cylinder. Right?
On the photos I measure 14 ldu for inner cylinder diameter. First photo shared by Lasse show a 32ldu cylinder height above plate. Actually, he just posted that Wink
(2020-04-16, 9:22)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]OK, great.
Here is a preview, of what I see on the images.


Is the height of the cylinder correct? I can't tell that from your images.
IMO the inside of the "handle with bars", 23422.dat , is too narrow. Don't think it is the same as a stud.
That upside down 1x1 brick didn't stick when you placed it on top of the cylinder. Right?

Correct. It does not stick. I have run your dat file through 4 different renders and it all looks good from UV calculation and measurements - except the inner tube width. I think it needs to be just a little bit thicker. It is currently 15 LDU:

4-4cylo.dat placed at 0 -32 0     7.5 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 7.5

I think it will me more correct with width 14:

0 -32 0      7 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 7

This is how the 15 wide tube looks around a stud:

[Image: 580.png]

Edit. I see that I agree with philo.
OK, then I'll have to adapt it.
I picked 7.5 since it fit with the ring3 prim. I'll have to use 2 ring prims instead.

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The one with bars (23422) is r=6. Mine (25195) is r=7.5
(2020-04-16, 20:25)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]OK, then I'll have to adapt it.
I picked 7.5 since it fit with the ring3 prim. I'll have to use 2 ring prims instead.



The one with bars (23422) is r=6. Mine (25195) is r=7.5
I will have to find one of those with two bars, but I do believe that it should have r=7 as well.
(2020-04-16, 20:25)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]OK, then I'll have to adapt it.

An updated version is now on the Part Tracker.
https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../25195.dat
(2020-04-17, 12:55)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: [ -> ]An updated version is now on the Part Tracker.
https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../25195.dat
I have to submit some parts myself to become a part reviewer, but this version looks really accurate. Stud orientation is correct, nub placement is correct, heights and widths equally so.

Well done!
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