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 From:  krass
5991.1 
My first attempt at modeling in Moi 3D. Amazing program. Although there is still much to develop it.

EDITED: 8 Aug 2013 by KRASS

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 From:  Michael Gibson
5991.2 In reply to 5991.1 
Hi krass, wow what a fantastic result from your first attempt using MoI, it looks great!

Looks like you are very productive with it already.

- Michael
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 From:  krass
5991.3 In reply to 5991.2 
Michael, thank you for your appreciation of my humble work!
This is really my first experience with Moi 3D.
Although I had worked with other 3D-intensive applications, your program is the most convenient for modeling.

Gorgeous, brilliant program: a very simple, clear and easy to learn and work.
Now I try trial version, but hope to buy a full program.

I have a few thoughts for you on its complement - try to write separately.
Suddenly you will find my ideas are not entirely stupid.
And - thank you for your work!

-Vyacheslav Krasovski
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 From:  krass
5991.4 In reply to 5991.3 
to be continued...
Thank you, Michael!

EDITED: 2 Aug 2013 by KRASS

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 From:  Michael Gibson
5991.5 In reply to 5991.4 
Looking great!!

- Michael
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 From:  krass
5991.6 In reply to 5991.5 
Michael, are you - the best! Your program works wonders.
Collect money to buy;))
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 From:  Don (DON_CHEKE)
5991.7 In reply to 5991.4 
It looks terrific. I'm looking forward to seeing your progress.

Trains, and the like, are always great things to model when learning a CAD system.

_________________________
Don Cheke
Visit: Textual Creations
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
5991.8 
Very very nice results Krass!... is it me, or does every connecting surface have a fillet?
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 From:  krass
5991.9 In reply to 5991.8 
Mike K4ICY, thank you for the high appreciation of my work.
If I correctly understood your question, yes - all the mating surfaces have fillets and chamfers in accordance with factory blueprints.
Or did you mean something else?
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 From:  krass
5991.10 In reply to 5991.7 
Don, thank you for your compliment! ))
You are right - Moi 3D in some cases, very close to the high-precision CAD-systems.

PS. A steam locomotive is the memory of my grandfather, who worked on such a machine.


Steam locomotive Em (0-5-0) - the most mass model in the USSR, one of the most reliable locomotives in the world.
From 1912 to 1957 was built about 11 000 of these machines.

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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
5991.11 In reply to 5991.9 
That's what I meant... and very impressive attention to detail!

Mike
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 From:  krass
5991.12 In reply to 5991.11 
Mike, I just simulate accurately on the drawings.
However, when the model will be FULLY assembled, whether it "swallow" MOI-3d? )))))) Oy-oy... :)
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 From:  krass
5991.13 In reply to 5991.12 
A little more of the work process.
Bumper locomotive with pull hook and Ulengut screw coupler.
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 From:  BurrMan
5991.14 In reply to 5991.13 
Nice krass,
Did you find the "make Thread Tap" script? (Or any of the other make thread scripts)

If not, it may help you in some areas, regarding your pictures...
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 From:  TpwUK
5991.15 In reply to 5991.13 
Very nice update ... Burr is right though, those threads cut in real sharp. :)

Martin Spencer-Ford
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 From:  krass
5991.16 In reply to 5991.14 
To: BurrMan
If I translated correctly Your words, we are talking about the fact that the screw threads very sharp edges. I understand?
This is still the first attempt to make a threaded connection. Unfortunately I have 2 beta and scripts for the manufacture of thread on it to work. I will look for other ways.
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 From:  krass
5991.17 In reply to 5991.15 
To: TpwUK
Thanks a lot for evaluation and critique my work!
As a novice, I was important to view each specialist
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 From:  BurrMan
5991.18 In reply to 5991.16 
"""""""""If I translated correctly Your words""""""""""

It was not a critique. It was a reference to scripts made in MoI that you could use to help your process.

See this link, and the 2 links in the first post.

http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=5489.1
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 From:  krass
5991.19 In reply to 5991.18 
For: BurrMan
Thank you so much for your advice and support!
Regarding the criticism I mean that is a criticism of colleagues, observations of more experienced colleagues are always important.

About the scripts. Thanks, I'll try all that is written there.
But. I truly understand that there are 3 versions MOI of the scripts?
I have a 2nd version.
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 From:  Mauro (M-DYNAMICS)
5991.20 
My compliments also for first rendered images,materials are great
I suggest to bevel (1-2mm) all edges,like in reality..your render will be more real

Bravo!

M
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