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Re: Building a Biplane in Full Colour [message #72098 is a reply to message #72096 ] Wed, 24 July 2013 14:49 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar denali3ddesign  is currently offline denali3ddesign
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Plane turned out nice, except for the small snafu. Smile

It looks like your guns are smaller than the minimum bounding box (75mm) required for Sandstone. Since they're not connected to anything, I would guess they each need to meet that requirement.


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Re: Building a Biplane in Full Colour [message #72099 is a reply to message #72096 ] Wed, 24 July 2013 14:49 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Looks like you have the smaller pieces doubled up.


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Re: Building a Biplane in Full Colour [message #72101 is a reply to message #72099 ] Wed, 24 July 2013 14:53 UTC Go to previous message
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denali3ddesign : I have already printed off a set of the weapons (without a box) and printed off individual struts in the original biplane prototype, so the smallness isn't really the problem.

YouKnowWho4Eva : What do you mean by "doubled up"?

EDIT : Ah! They are textured inside. Silly me / SketchUp

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