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    Thread: REQ: baseplate (a nice easy one!)
Post: Re: REQ: baseplate (a nice easy one!)

That was quick :) Indeed probably the most difficult part was deciding whether to call it 367a or u1193... I don't know the rules, but I had thought you might have gone for 367a, given the exist...
Stephen Part Requests 3 4,079 2016-03-21, 19:39
    Thread: REQ: baseplate (a nice easy one!)
Post: REQ: baseplate (a nice easy one!)

Baseplate 24 x 24 http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=367a#T=C http://peeron.com/inv/parts/x1193 Was a little surprised not to find this one, unless it's cunningly hidden un...
Stephen Part Requests 3 4,079 2016-03-21, 17:35
    Thread: Gerald's Parts and Pieces Thread
Post: Re: Gerald's PPR > Working on 22888 Plate 4 x 8 Ro...

If I understand you correctly, it seems that 3 studs intersect the inside curved wall, and part 6003 is also affected the same way.
Stephen Part Requests 58 69,004 2016-03-02, 16:49
    Thread: Electric connector pins
Post: Re: Electric connector pins

Thanks!
Stephen Off-Topic 2 4,521 2016-02-28, 11:35
    Thread: Electric connector pins
Post: Electric connector pins

Can the pins from these electric connectors be removed and used directly into a light brick, as shown on the right two lights? It certainly looks like there is no necessity to have the grey connec...
Stephen Off-Topic 2 4,521 2016-02-27, 17:52
    Thread: New (semi)Technic parts
Post: Re: New (semi)Technic parts

The only search on the latter page is the standard site-search function that appears on all site pages, for searching text within articles and pages. The former is the PT search page, for searching...
Stephen Part Requests 6 4,744 2016-01-27, 13:29
    Thread: Problems with AIOI
Post: Re: Problems with AIOI

Why can't you just use the Browse button (on the Open With dialog) to locate MLCad.exe ?
Stephen All Other Programs. 5 7,493 2016-01-19, 15:34
    Thread: Technic 2016
Post: Re: 42048 - Race Kart

There seems to be something wrong with the seat - the white beam and tan axles under the seat are clashing with the grey beams. Looks like it might just be the tilt angle of the seat.
Stephen Official Models 44 51,209 2016-01-11, 17:13
    Thread: LDraw OMR website
Post: Re: LDraw OMR website

Although this thread had some discussion of "tagging" it related more to official information, such as year and theme. It might be nice to also include freeform text tagging, so users can search fo...
Stephen General LDraw.org Discussion 117 135,078 2016-01-02, 15:27
    Thread: Sets 100 - 110
Post: Re: 107 - 2 - Canada Post Mail Truck

Out of curiosity, your Canada Post Mail Truck is stuffed full of 0 !COLOUR statements, but your UNICEF Truck isn't. Is there a particular reason for that on this model, or is it just that the latter w...
Stephen Official Models 12 9,663 2016-01-02, 14:24
    Thread: Sets 100 - 110
Post: Re: 107 - 2 - Canada Post Mail Truck

Michael Heidemann Wrote: -- White Brick 2 x 4 with Angled Red Stripes Between Two Horizontal Red Stripes Pattern (http://alpha.bricklink.com/pages/clone/catalogitem.page?P=3001pb023&idColor=1) -- I...
Stephen Official Models 12 9,663 2016-01-01, 23:18
    Thread: Sets 100 - 110
Post: Re: 106 - Unicef Truck

Maybe this is UNICEF's version of the truck without the logo after Snowden revealed the NSA were spying on them ;p On a slightly more serious note, the clips/accessories are slightly misplaced.
Stephen Official Models 12 9,663 2016-01-01, 22:58
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Yes, I'm happier without the 0.5, because with it then technically the top of the pin is left under compression from the propblade, and you can clearly see that from a seamless ldview cutaway.
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-31, 0:43
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Looks correct rotor position to me now. I note the extra 0.5 you added to ensure it clears the lego logo on the stud ;) (I seriously doubt anyone would ever have quibbled on that score)
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-30, 23:59
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Not sure we'll ever find out if its 5 or 6 unless someone owns one of these. But, you're probably going to hate me for this, but the "repaired" mpd still has the main rotors at the wrong height. I ...
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-30, 23:27
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Mmm. What's interesting is that I've now found the same parts list on 3 sites, where the tail plates are 2x2, 2x3, 2x4, 2x4, 2x6 and matching the box-advertised 35 parts, but the only way I can see to...
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-30, 23:01
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Actually, looking at it again, I'm not entirely convinced :) It looks to me from the box photo there are 5 studs between the body and the tail. You (and my ebay link image) have 6. The parts lis...
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-30, 22:22
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Interesting, and well spotted with the image. But the parts list on toysperiod doesn't match your build either. I wonder if they just guessed their parts list or got their info from somewhere else...
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-30, 22:07
    Thread: Sets 600 - 610
Post: Re: 610 - Rescue Helicopter

Well, I was going to post and say: wouldn't it be embarrassing if you made a mistake on such a simple model ;-) Then I noticed that your main rotor is 8 ldu too low and clashing with the red studs....
Stephen Official Models 19 14,815 2015-12-30, 18:39
    Thread: LDraw OMR website
Post: Re: LDraw OMR website

Why not help reduce the work needed by an Admin and share the responsibility out more - require that a user submitting an .mpd also include at the very least a suitable screenshot according to some mi...
Stephen General LDraw.org Discussion 117 135,078 2015-12-28, 11:53