10307 - Eiffel Tower


10307 - Eiffel Tower
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10307 - Eiffel Tower

The first brick is laid

       

June 1888.
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Inventory OK except 1 part 37762.dat (probably another extra part). Model contain "only" 344.
Part 1927.dat remplaced by 2430.dat + 2429.dat.
In progress : Improvement on flexible parts, and check for contacts (some aren't possible to avoid). OMRization at the end.
Great model, angle calculation very hard. Du to dimension, mandatory use of 4 digit calculation.
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RE: 10307 - Eiffel Tower
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(2022-12-03, 22:35)Marc Giraudet Wrote: Inventory OK except 1 part 37762.dat (probably another extra part). Model contain "only" 344.
Part 1927.dat remplaced by 2430.dat + 2429.dat.
In progress : Improvement on flexible parts, and check for contacts (some aren't possible to avoid). OMRization at the end.
Great model, angle calculation very hard. Du to dimension, mandatory use of 4 digit calculation.

Nice!

Great model!  

I'm jealous you beat me to it.
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(2022-12-03, 23:04)Orion Pobursky Wrote: Nice!

Great model!  

I'm jealous you beat me to it.

Oh, I'm going to build it anyway. :-)
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RE: 10307 - Eiffel Tower
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(2022-12-04, 3:27)N. W. Perry Wrote: Oh, I'm going to build it anyway. :-)

Yes you must do it. 2 weeks of work. If you use LDCAd, set the round parameter to 4 minimum (I used 5). ModelFileDecCnt=3 to 4 or 5
Each floor have 2 rotation angle on 26047.dat, 1 on the stud (1st), 1 on the clip (2nd).
1 - Stud 27.7437, clip 29.2067
2 - Stud 12.8396, clip 12.2295
3int - Stud 4.096, clip 3.7481
3ext - Stud 7.3871, clip 7.0413
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Hello!
This is my version.
All parts in inventory are ok! model made with Bricklink Studio, (for me the best program, except for the management of flexible pieces).
No collisions between pieces.

To be completed with some flexible parts that I will make with other software.

Greetings!


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(2022-12-04, 9:41)Marc Giraudet Wrote: Yes you must do it. 2 weeks of work. If you use LDCAd, set the round parameter to 4 minimum (I used 5). ModelFileDecCnt=3 to 4 or 5
Each floor have 2 rotation angle on 26047.dat, 1 on the stud (1st), 1 on the clip (2nd).
1 - Stud 27.7437, clip 29.2067
2 - Stud 12.8396, clip 12.2295
3int - Stud 4.096, clip 3.7481
3ext - Stud 7.3871, clip 7.0413
Flag : 45  Big Grin

The latest LDCad raised the decimal count and I think I've just left it at those new precisions.

But I daresay, if it took you 2 weeks it will probably take me 6 months. Tongue
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(2022-12-03, 22:35)Marc Giraudet Wrote: Inventory OK except 1 part 37762.dat (probably another extra part). Model contain "only" 344.
Part 1927.dat remplaced by 2430.dat + 2429.dat.
In progress : Improvement on flexible parts, and check for contacts (some aren't possible to avoid). OMRization at the end.
Great model, angle calculation very hard. Du to dimension, mandatory use of 4 digit calculation.

File OMR compliant, with flexible parts :


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