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 From:  osx59
1754.1 
juste for fun ! with V2

Vincent

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 From:  Anis
1754.2 In reply to 1754.1 
Hi VIncent,

Very detail...nice...
How you put so many bolts in Moi ?
Can you share a trick ?
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 From:  Basic Slave (CREATIVECONTROL)
1754.3 
Wow, just for fun? Very cool.
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 From:  PaQ
1754.4 In reply to 1754.3 
Love it !!!
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1754.5 
Hold up not garanted :)
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Pilou
Is beautiful that please without concept!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
1754.6 In reply to 1754.1 
Hi Vincent, looks great! Very nice detailing.

Did you find any of the new snapping/editing things for v2 useful in building this, or if not did they at least not get in the way?

- Michael
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1754.7 
Hi Michael,

Anis said:"How you put so many bolts in Moi"

Got me thinking, is it possible when importing to have the imported model 'live' and MoI asking where would you like to position that model via 'from' and 'to' snap points and rotation maybe.
In that way we could have a personal library of components that are often used in our designs eg:nuts and bolts where we could import and reposition on the fly, basic assembly.

Hi osx59,
Yes, very nice model, are you going to render or is this a real job ?

~Danny~

EDITED: 6 Jul 2008 by DANTAS

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 From:  Michael Gibson
1754.8 In reply to 1754.7 
Hi Danny, I want to have an "orient" tool that would kind of handle the positioning part of that. I was thinking of giving that a try pretty soon here.

When you do an import, your imported objects will be selected so that you can run a command to work on them right away. It should also be possible to kind of combine those functions together with a script if you want, once the orient type tool is in there.

- Michael
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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
1754.9 In reply to 1754.8 
Hi Michael,

>It should also be possible to kind of combine those functions together with a script if you want, once the orient type tool is in there.

That would be great, it would make life easier for assembly type modeling when importing pre-modeled standard items.

Thanks
~Danny~
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 From:  Anis
1754.10 In reply to 1754.9 
Hi Danny...

Always agree with you ( we are from the same beackground :) ).
BTW, how about the toy challenge ?

Thanks !
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 From:  osx59
1754.11 In reply to 1754.1 
Thanks for your comments !!
total made with moi3d V2 on imac and Xp (by vmware), not importation or another solution, render with formZ via export iges

Hello Anis, a trick, juste by copy !

Frenchy P : Pas besoin de traduire !!

Michael G : - it would be well to have groups, layers and colors!!
- Do you have documents on the innovations of version 2?

enjoy

Vincent

my last wip:

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1754.12 In reply to 1754.11 
I don't know that Captain Nemo has published his secret plans! :) Have you also sections?

Here a terrific data base!!! some sub-marine inside! A lot of plans sections !
http://www.servicehistorique.sga.defense.gouv.fr/02fonds-collections/banquedocuments/planbato/planbato/listebato/listebato.php
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 From:  osx59
1754.13 In reply to 1754.12 
There is also this site:
http://www.disneysub.com/forum/index.php

with all the documents on Nautilus ....

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 From:  Michael Gibson
1754.14 In reply to 1754.11 
Hi Vincent,

> Do you have documents on the innovations of version 2?

Not quite yet - I'm still gathering this together.

But there have been quite a few changes in snapping and selection, so even if the changes did not get in your way that is a good result.

- Michael
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 From:  buzz (BRUCE)
1754.15 
Very cool vault - how long did that take you (just want to get a general feel for model complexity v modelling time).

Also - Is that off an actual vault design? Because I don't think a vault is very secure if the burglars can just undo the hinges (i.e. the bolts shouldn't be exposed). ;)

Looks excellent.
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 From:  BurrMan
1754.16 In reply to 1754.15 
Those are MoI nuts! Spun on at such high velocity that the molecular structure fuses at an atomic level, becoming Impenetrable by man. (Mortal Man, Michael still knows how to get in!)
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 From:  PaQ
1754.17 In reply to 1754.13 
Hi osx59,

Is it for the Jules Verne 3dvf contest ?
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1754.18 
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 From:  osx59
1754.19 
Hello !

Haaaaaa ! there is a competition on 3dvf ? it is necessary that I will see that!
while waiting I have fun with blueprints! (see prone) so that the beginners can have background documents.
Afflicted for the translation by Internet!!
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