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  Search possibilities in LDCad
Posted by: Per Bjørnholt - 24 minutes ago - Forum: LDraw Editors and Viewers - No Replies

Hi.


My second day ever with LDraw.org - didn´t know about the existence until yesterday, but better late than never Wink

My question is: When I´m working in LDCad, I have the possibility to search for a brick, but I have to do it in the right category, but that takes up a lot of time whem I'm new, to figure out where that is.
So, is there a way to do a meta-search, where I can do a search in every category in one place and then get a list of results from each category where let's say 2x4 or propeller exists? Or maybe even better - do a search with the official LEGO-number like 2569 (it's an atenna)?

Hopefully some of you can help me, and I'm sorry if this has already been answered, but I haven't found it.


All the best,
Per (Denmark)

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  Duplo figures
Posted by: Philippe Hurbain - 2017-10-18, 18:39 - Forum: Parts Authoring - Replies (4)

I am working on "modern" Duplo figure parts... so I am looking for a proper set of qualifier for the various variants. The one I'm doing is called "LEGO Ville" on Bricklink, (eg. https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...47394pb021) but there are many older variants!
https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...e?id=46429
https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...M=2327pb29
https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...=4555pb175

Suggestions?

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  Rebrickable?
Posted by: Jaco van der Molen - 2017-10-17, 19:28 - Forum: Off-Topic - Replies (2)

Hi all,

What is wrong with Rebrickable?
Links to MOC's all end up at the same MOC?

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  Windscreen 27165
Posted by: Nathan S - 2017-10-14, 19:01 - Forum: Part Requests - Replies (1)

Has anyone taken a look at doing the new Nexo Night windscreen??

https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/cat...5#T=C&C=18

I would love it if someone did!

Nathan

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  BB-8 Body
Posted by: Gerald Lasser - 2017-10-13, 14:41 - Forum: Parts Authoring - Replies (4)

I decided to do a few parts from the LDD leftovers. One of the is the BB-8 body, part 20953.

When doing it in the usual 16  segment, I find it too rough, not giving an eye-pleasing result. However making it 48 segments seems a bit too many, as the number of (plain) surfaces on the sphere would be around 720. I tried with 32 segments for a circle now and this is the result below. Note, that the print is 48 segments.


.png   20953.PNG (Size: 26.15 KB / Downloads: 40)

What's your opinion on the number of segments?

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  75192 Millennium Falcon
Posted by: Jaco van der Molen - 2017-10-13, 12:18 - Forum: Official Models - Replies (15)

Hi all,

Because I probably won't ever build it for real, I began digitizing the 75192 Millennium Falcon just for fun.
Reaching step 378 I ran into something strange which is I think an illegal connection?
   
The red liftarm won't fit here?

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  LDraw Twitter Account
Posted by: Gerald Lasser - 2017-10-11, 13:50 - Forum: General LDraw.org Discussion - Replies (3)

Who's running the account btw? it has been quite since Dec 16. Would be good to fill it with some life

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  Commissioning Custom Parts Design
Posted by: A D Barbour - 2017-10-10, 22:05 - Forum: Part Requests - Replies (2)

I design custom Lego models and one of my clients is seeking someone to create LDraw versions of a set of custom tank tracks so that they can be correctly represented in LPub instructions for his kitsets.

My client is willing to pay a reasonable fee for anyone capable of producing these virtual parts. If this sounds like something you are interested in, please contact me via my website (http://www.bm-mocs.com) and I will put you in touch with the client.

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  How to add/update latest parts in LDCad?
Posted by: Yasen Nikolov - 2017-10-10, 18:34 - Forum: Help - Replies (9)

Hi guys, i'm relatively new to designing Lego models, and I'm missing some essential information on some important and maybe simple to do things like this, so I decided to ask for help. 

I'm using LDCad and it is amazing, but for the first time I encountered a part that is not in the library, because it is from 2017 sets. I updated LDCad with the latest version, but I don't think this is what needs to be done as part is still not there. I downloaded latest parts from the site as well, but am not sure how to or if I am at all able to install them into LDcad.

Could you please provide me with some guidelines how to add missing parts into LDCad 1.6a?

Thank you in advance!

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  LPUB Callout Pointer syntax & bending
Posted by: Jörg Schwarzländer - 2017-10-09, 20:12 - Forum: LDraw Editors and Viewers - Replies (4)

Can someone please explain to me the meaning/syntax of the <intBase> Parameter in the both metas

0 !LPUB CALLOUT POINTER (TOP_LEFT|TOP_RIGHT|BOTTOM_LEFT|BOTTOM_RIGHT) <floatX> <floatY> <intBase>

0 !LPUB CALLOUT POINTER (TOP|BOTTOM|LEFT|RIGHT) <floatLoc> <floatX> <floatY> <intBase>

And in addition: Is there any chance to model a bended arrow/pointer? If so, how?

If I missed some sources bringing light in this, please point me to them.

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