Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088


Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
#1
Hi,

the trainbase plate 92088 (used in all train sets since 2010) has wrongly positioned square holes. The holes have a strange little offset to the middle, so it is impossible to stick plates to the bottom (see screenshot in attachment). The holes should be centered to the red plates you see in the screenshot.

So it is impossible to rebuld sets like 60198 because you have stick a plate 4 x 8 to the bottom.


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RE: Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
#2
(2019-06-16, 5:02)Lebostein Wrote: Hi,

the trainbase plate 92088 (used in all train sets since 2010) has wrongly positioned square holes.

I will correct this and send it to Admin.
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RE: Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
#3
A corrected version is now at the Part Tracker.


[Image: 92088.png]
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RE: Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
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(2019-06-16, 15:27)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: A corrected version is now at the Part Tracker.


[Image: 92088.png]

Thanks! I will test it.
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RE: Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
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(2019-06-16, 15:27)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: A corrected version is now at the Part Tracker.


[Image: 92088.png]

Thanks Magnus!
Part 92340.dat is almost the same and has the same issue.
https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../92340.dat
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RE: Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
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(2019-06-18, 5:25)Vincent Messenet Wrote: Part 92340.dat is almost the same and has the same issue.

To me, it looks like the author of that part has alredy corrected this issue. The square holes have been made longer.
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RE: Faulty part (wrongly positioned holes): Train base plate 92088
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(2019-06-18, 16:58)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: To me, it looks like the author of that part has alredy corrected this issue. The square holes have been made longer.

Ah yes I missed it ^^
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