Parts we are Working on - Part Deux


Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#1
...as the original thread spans now over seven years, I dare to open a new one. The old one is also taking quite some time to load...

So here I go:

New Train Parts:

- 38340 Wheel with Pin -> 26.12.: on the PT: https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../38340.dat
- 38339 Wheel Holder -> 26.12.: on the PT: https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../38339.dat

- Improvement of the old wheels (they are flat on the back not conical)
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Brick rounded 3 x 3
#2
I have completed the new air inlet of the X-Wing, the 3 x 3 Brick with a rounded edge. Though I did not find any Design-ID yet

   

Work is based on these Pictures:
https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/media...36x806.jpg
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60373 - Panel with Arches Tree
#3
I am working on this as well, but I cannot find pictures from below...

EDIT: Found the information, including amazing fingernail colours in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q5WjjjTmXc

Uploaded: https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../60373.dat

   
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#4
(2019-12-17, 22:51)Gerald Lasser Wrote: ...as the original thread spans now over seven years, I dare to open a new one. The old one is also taking quite some time to load...

So here I go:

New Train Parts:

- 38340 Wheel with Pin -> 26.12.: on the PT: https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../38340.dat
- 38339 Wheel Holder -> 26.12.: on the PT: https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../38339.dat

- Improvement of the old wheels (they are flat on the back not conical)

I put it as "Needs Work" due to the missing details on the back. I modeled them in the meantime, as they are fairly large, but do not really add value for their normal, intended use. See picture
   
I put them to 48 seg due to their size, I also need to submit the old reworked wheels to Chris
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Looking for a proper Name
#5
I completed, 62500 and 65196, the books for the Disney Fairy Tale sets. Pending cleanup I am looking for a proper name.

Brickset calls them rather awkwardly:

65196: DESIGN PLATE, BOOK, W/4.85 HOLE, NO. 1
65200: DESIGN PLATE, BOOK, W/ 4.85 HOLE, NO. 2

Looking up Bricklink, there are similar purposed parts in the "Container" category.

What about:
65196: Container, Bookcover 16 x 12 x 2.5 with two Pinholes and Studs on Three Sides
65200: Container, Bookcover 16 x  6 x 1 with four Pinholes and 4 x 16 Studs and Embossed LEGO Logo

Have a look:
       
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#6
I’m current working on the solar panel parts from the new ISS set (21321) and the remaining 3 printed tiles in the Trafalgar Square set (2 1x1 tiles now also found in the Dots sets and the Cat painting). 

When I purchase the ISS I’ll do the remaining printed parts.
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#7
Working on 52494 binoculars.
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#8
(2020-02-24, 14:44)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: Working on 52494 binoculars.
Done. https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../52494.dat
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#9
Working on the Pizza/Melon Headgear, 45755*

Opinions:
  • The part is dual mold, but fused together, so two sxx parts will do, or any ideas on the numbering?
  • The part has a bit of "rounded" chamfer along the top and side edges , may be a radius of 0,5 LDU. Do you think it should be modeled?
Parts completed and on the PT!

   
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#10
(2020-02-26, 8:48)Gerald Lasser Wrote: Working on the Pizza/Melon Headgear, 45755*

Opinions:
  • The part is dual mold, but fused together, so two sxx parts will do, or any ideas on the numbering?
  • The part has a bit of "rounded" chamfer along the top and side edges , may be a radius of 0,5 LDU. Do you think it should be modeled?

Sxx will do imho, any chamfer at that size would be overkill!
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45706 - Trainfront
#11
After figuring out today how to properly command Pathtruder to do what I want, I started a part I needed a long time ago.

This must have been available as a LDraw file somewhere, as this front was part of the Train-Poster. However, I could not locate it.

So here I start:
   
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RE: 45706 - Trainfront
#12
(2020-02-28, 23:19)Gerald Lasser Wrote: After figuring out today how to properly command Pathtruder to do what I want, I started a part I needed a long time ago.

This must have been available as a LDraw file somewhere, as this front was part of the Train-Poster. However, I could not locate it.

So here I start:

Finished the Train-Front, uploaded to the PT:
https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c...706p01.dat
https://www.ldraw.org/cgi-bin/ptdetail.c.../45706.dat

The light-prism is still a draft.
   
   
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RE: 45706 - Trainfront
#13
(2020-02-28, 23:19)Gerald Lasser Wrote: After figuring out today how to properly command Pathtruder to do what I want
Good news! Useful tool, but soooo tricky Wink . Standalone tool or through LDPE? (was never able to figure the use of LDPE version)
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RE: 45706 - Trainfront
#14
(2020-03-05, 6:01)Philippe Hurbain Wrote: Good news! Useful tool, but soooo tricky Wink . Standalone tool or through LDPE? (was never able to figure the use of LDPE version)

Indeed tricky! I did "some" iterations. I used the LDPE version, though I really want to compare the results of both (which I did not do yet)
What puzzled me, was the y-divergence. I had both start and end-points at the same (whole LDU) level.

Somehow gravity kicked in and the vertices generated along the given points were sagging and I moved them up manually. I'll post a separate thread for this.
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux
#15
Working on Dots wristband and gem parts!
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Rainbow Tiles
#16
The Rainbow tiles are certified and there is one more that fits into this pattern, it is the 2 x 2 macaroni tile coming with the colourful Panda. 27925.

I tried to fitting the pattern with primitives, that worked out only in such a way that I had to use 2 Ring primitives for each colour.

When doing so, there is a slight misalignment of the colours by 0.4 LDU, which is barely noticeable (at least I tell myself)

What do you think?

PS: I think LDView PrimSubstitution is not working on prims that use "RING" AND anything larger than "9", see also in the pitcure what RING12 does (all others are called RIN1x)

   
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Rainbow Tiles
#17
(2020-03-25, 13:28)Gerald Lasser Wrote: When doing so, there is a slight misalignment of the colours by 0.4 LDU, which is barely noticeable (at least I tell myself)
What do you think?
 Can't see that causing any problem on your image! Have you posted the part somewhere?
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Rainbow Tiles
#18
(2020-03-25, 14:17)Philippe Hurbain Wrote:  Can't see that causing any problem on your image! Have you posted the part somewhere?


sorry, here's the part:
Code:
1 353 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin20.dat
1 353 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin19.dat
1 14 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin18.dat
1 14 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin17.dat
1 3 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin16.dat
1 3 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin15.dat
1 321 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin14.dat
1 321 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin13.dat
1 30 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4ring12.dat
1 30 -9 0 9 1.8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1.8 48\1-4rin11.dat
3 16 -9 0 -28.8 -9 0 -27 -10 0 -30
3 16 -10 0 -30 -9 0 -27 -9 0 -25.2
3 16 -10 0 -30 -9 0 -25.2 -9 0 -23.4
3 16 -10 0 -30 -9 0 -23.4 -9 0 -21.6
3 16 -10 0 -30 -9 0 -21.6 -9 0 -19.8
3 16 -10 0 -30 -9 0 -19.8 -9 0 -18
3 16 -10 0 -30 -9 0 -18 -10 0 -10
3 16 -10 0 -10 -9 0 -18 -9 0 -16.2
3 16 -10 0 -10 -9 0 -16.2 -9 0 -14.4
3 16 -10 0 -10 -9 0 -14.4 -9 0 -12.6
3 16 -10 0 -10 -9 0 -12.6 -9 0 -10.8
4 16 -9 0 -28.8 -10 0 -30 -4.78 0 -29.656 -4.0671 0 -28.47492
4 16 -4.0671 0 -28.47492 -4.78 0 -29.656 .352 0 -28.636 .78264 0 -27.51102
4 16 .78264 0 -27.51102 .352 0 -28.636 5.308 0 -26.956 5.46606 0 -25.92342
4 16 9.9 0 -23.7348 5.46606 0 -25.92342 5.308 0 -26.956 10 0 -24.64
4 16 14.01264 0 -20.99052 9.9 0 -23.7348 10 0 -24.64 14.35046 0 -21.73413
4 16 17.72838 0 -17.72838 14.01264 0 -20.99052 14.35046 0 -21.73413 18.282350009 0 -18.283481452
4 16 20.99052 0 -14.01264 17.72838 0 -17.72838 18.282350009 0 -18.283481452 21.732902158 0 -14.350097119
4 16 23.7348 0 -9.9 20.99052 0 -14.01264 21.732902158 0 -14.350097119 24.64 0 -10
4 16 25.92342 0 -5.46606 23.7348 0 -9.9 24.64 0 -10 26.956 0 -5.308
4 16 27.51102 0 -.78264 25.92342 0 -5.46606 26.956 0 -5.308 28.636 0 -.352
4 16 28.636 0 -.352 29.656 0 4.78 28.47492 0 4.0671 27.51102 0 -.78264
4 16 28.8 0 9 28.47492 0 4.0671 29.656 0 4.78 30 0 10
4 16 -6.4161 0 -10.62972 -3.87576 0 -10.12482 -2.346 0 -8.478 -10 0 -10
4 16 -3.87576 0 -10.12482 -1.42254 0 -9.29322 .9 0 -8.1468 -2.346 0 -8.478
4 16 .9 0 -8.1468 3.05424 0 -6.70932 4.142 0 -4.142 -2.346 0 -8.478
4 16 4.142 0 -4.142 3.05424 0 -6.70932 5.00058 0 -5.00058 6.70932 0 -3.05424
4 16 4.142 0 -4.142 6.70932 0 -3.05424 8.1468 0 -.9 8.478 0 2.346
4 16 8.478 0 2.346 8.1468 0 -.9 9.29322 0 1.42254 10.12482 0 3.87576
3 16 10.8 0 9 10 0 10 10.62972 0 6.4161
3 16 -10 0 -10 -9 0 -10.8 -6.4161 0 -10.62972
3 16 27 0 9 28.8 0 9 30 0 10
3 16 27 0 9 30 0 10 25.2 0 9
3 16 25.2 0 9 30 0 10 23.4 0 9
3 16 23.4 0 9 30 0 10 21.6 0 9
3 16 21.6 0 9 30 0 10 19.8 0 9
3 16 19.8 0 9 30 0 10 10 0 10
3 16 19.8 0 9 10 0 10 18 0 9
3 16 18 0 9 10 0 10 16.2 0 9
3 16 16.2 0 9 10 0 10 14.4 0 9
3 16 14.4 0 9 10 0 10 12.6 0 9
3 16 12.6 0 9 10 0 10 10.8 0 9
4 16 8.478 0 2.346 10.12482 0 3.87576 10.62972 0 6.4161 10 0 10
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RE: Parts we are Working on - Part Deux - Rainbow Tiles
#19
(2020-03-25, 13:28)Gerald Lasser Wrote: PS: I think LDView PrimSubstitution is not working on prims that use "RING" AND anything larger than "9", see also in the pitcure what RING12 does (all others are called RIN1x)
Yeah, should be reported to Travis...

Otherwise, looks good. I would use a 1-4tang primitive on inside for substitution (and possibly some thin chrds on the outside)
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