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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Gerald Lasser - 2020-11-28

(2020-11-28, 22:32)Bruno Altmann Wrote: I'm working on the orange torso from the set 60222.
Does anybody have the scan?
This is what I have done so far:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qh92m2I90eP5513u_ydeTumM9PlR_uS_/view?usp=sharing

Brickset has a decent picture on their review
https://brickset.com/article/42155/review-60222-snow-groomer
https://www.flickr.com/photos/brickset/40047114383/in/photostream/


RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Bruno Altmann - 2020-11-29

(2020-11-28, 22:57)Gerald Lasser Wrote: Brickset has a decent picture on their review
https://brickset.com/article/42155/review-60222-snow-groomer
https://www.flickr.com/photos/brickset/40047114383/in/photostream/

Thank you again Gerald.
This is what I got.
But I am not sure about the colors. On the imagens the grey seens more bluish.
I think the leather belt color is close, but it's kinda hard to find the colors.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VtFBflVWgyzTNZ8XiVCHeYbtFGMUEmxf/view?usp=sharing
Edit:
Here are the snow groomer operator torso and the skier torso:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zBxO7-RHRylCNsA1aDMv8OH0-HccoF0N/view?usp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KZvQkmBhS-iQCLjlQLqkkBmP5PJnLu1J/view?usp=sharing
Man, that was hard. I'm tired of watching triangles hahahahahahaha
Next I will try doing the skier head I think.


RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Willy Tschager - 2020-12-03

Hi Bruno,

this is a good start for the first part. Are you going to upload it to the PT?

There are things which should be fixed prior upload:

* These vertices should be on the same line. We author the pattern in an "ideal" state, which means we correct misalignment and small errors which clearly come from the printing:

2 4 11.024 .838 -10 -11.498 .824 -10
2 4 17.356 31.567 -10 -17.586 31.428 -10

* There are color gaps which should be closed:

3 1 6.766 .908 -10 6.061 1.634 -10 6.508 1.215 -10
4 1 5.993 4.789 -10 5.98 4.817 -10 6.359 4.635 -10 6.522 4.524 -10
3 1 6.563 4.524 -10 6.522 4.524 -10 6.359 4.635 -10


* Superfluous vertices:

4 14 16.515 24.293 -10 16.447 24.265 -10 16.502 24.712 -10 16.529 24.335 -10
4 14 16.529 24.265 -10 16.095 22.702 -10 16.447 24.265 -10 16.515 24.293 -10
4 14 16.529 24.265 -10 16.515 24.293 -10 16.529 24.335 -10 16.936 24.335 -10


* and too much detail:

2 10 4.556 20.007 -10 4.569 19.965 -10
2 10 6.617 16.74 -10 6.658 16.782 -10
2 10 4.515 7.944 -10 4.529 7.958 -10
2 10 4.963 5.291 -10 4.895 5.319 -10
2 10 -.488 9.997 -10 -.461 10.024 -10


* LDPE says "Collinear vertices" but I suggest to load the pattern into LDPC and correct the errors there.

w.


Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Gerald Lasser - 2020-12-05

BB has some pretty good pictures of new parts coming with the new X-Wings and Tie Fighter
https://www.brothers-brick.com/2020/12/03/lego-star-wars-75301-luke-skywalkers-x-wing-fighter-75300-imperial-tie-fighter-review/

Does anybody already have a number for them?

And I think we need new Prims for this type of Axle hole

- Technic Brick 1 x 1 with Axle Hole
- Technic Brick 1 x 2 with 1 x 2 Plate (2)
- Plate 6 x 6 with 5 Pinholes centred
- Brick (?) 3 x 3 Round with recessed studs

   


RE: Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Orion Pobursky - 2020-12-05

When I saw that post I was wondering how long it would take someone to do this 2.


RE: Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Philippe Hurbain - 2020-12-05

(2020-12-05, 15:09)Gerald Lasser Wrote: Does anybody already have a number for them?

And I think we need new Prims for this type of Axle hole
No number here...
Why a new prim? looks like a plain axlehole to me! I see no significant difference compared to a Technic 1x2 with axlehole.


RE: Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Magnus Forsberg - 2020-12-05

(2020-12-05, 16:41)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: No number here...
Why a new prim? looks like a plain axlehole to me! I see no significant difference compared to a Technic 1x2 with axlehole.

The 1x1 brick with axle hole doesn't have an internal bottom. I agree with that we dont have a suitable primitive.


RE: Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Philippe Hurbain - 2020-12-05

(2020-12-05, 17:28)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: The 1x1 with axle hole doesn't have an internal bottom. I agree with that we dont have a suitable primitive.
A new prim for a single part???
...speaking of that, I had a close look at my collection of 1x2 with axlehole. 4 different types! (and none of them match our 32064a!!!)

   
   
From left to right:
  • axlehole with slight asymmetry (axl3hole), completely enclosed and middle stud3
  • axlehole with strong asymmetry (axl2hole), completely enclosed and middle stud3
  • symmetrical axlehole, slightly elongated, sides open in brick, bottom ribs (no, the ribs don't hold an axle)
  • symmetrical axlehole (axl2hole), sides open in brick and middle stud3.
My relatively recent Boost set contains 3 of those types!!! (missing type is the axl2hole one).


RE: Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Magnus Forsberg - 2020-12-05

I didn't say we need a new primitive.


RE: Parts from 75300 and 75301 - Philippe Hurbain - 2020-12-05

(2020-12-05, 18:19)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: I didn't say we need a new primitive.
Re-reading, indeed Wink