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File Header:

0 Wheel Rim 11 x 18 with Vented Disc Brake
0 Name: 18976.dat
0 Author: Magnus Forsberg [MagFors]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Part
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

Status:
Certified! (ACCX)
Size: 2024 bytes

Reviewers' certifications:

MMR1988=certify
Philo=certify
Steffen=novote
cwdee=certify

Required (unofficial) subfiles:

p/4-4edge.dat

Circle 1.0

Certified! (ACCF)

Events

parts/s/18976s01.dat

~Wheel Rim 11 x 18 with Vented Disc Brake - 1/4

Certified! (ACCX)

Events

Related (unofficial) files:

parts/18976c01.dat

Wheel Rim 11 x 18 with Vented Disc Brake with Tyre 11.2/ 28 x 17.6 Intermediate

1 subfile isn't certified. (SX)

Events

File reviews and updates:

At Sun Mar 29 17:10:00 2015, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: MagFors
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At Sun Mar 29 18:25:01 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

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At Mon Apr 6 23:55:00 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: hold
Comments:
I think the origin should be at the wheel center,
not with an offset as it is now.

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At Tue Apr 7 16:25:01 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
I need to correct the description anyhow, 17.6 is correct, not 17.4.

But why is centre of rim better than centre of axlehole?
Most of the big rims have their centre at either the end of, or at the center of the axlehole primitive.

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At Tue Apr 7 17:05:00 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: novote
Comments:
Agree with Magnus, I prefer an origin "on grid"

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At Wed Apr 8 20:00:00 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: hold
Comments:
Sorry, but I disagree: what your grid is depends on your local settings of your editor - whichever that is.
This wheel is symmetric when viewed from outside, it has a clear center point. That is IMHO the perfect natural point where to put
the origin - the same way as all other wheels do it.
[I'll lift the hold of course when I get voted out. I'm not wanting to cause bad feelings for anyone. But I want to be heard.]

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At Thu Apr 9 06:00:01 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: novote
Comments:
Nothing to do with any editor grid, I mean of course the 10x10 ldu basic grid of LEGO itself! (not 20x20 because of jumpers or round plates (system), and half beams/bushes (Technic)

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At Thu Apr 9 18:15:00 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: novote
Comments:
I STILL would prefer the wheel center as origin.
However, downgrading to novote.

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At Sun Apr 12 22:45:00 2015, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: MagFors
Comments:
Corrected the description.

Existing certification-votes were deleted.
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At Mon Apr 13 22:25:00 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: novote
Comments:
The origin is still not at the wheel center, which I still dislike.
99.9% of the other wheel do have it there.
I normally would have voted hold here but I don't want to annoy.

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At Tue Apr 14 05:40:01 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

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At Sat Jul 9 14:50:00 2016, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: MagFors
Comments:
Corrected the description.

Existing certification-votes were deleted.
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At Thu Sep 1 08:30:00 2016, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

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At Wed Sep 28 19:05:00 2016, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

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At Mon Jan 2 17:55:01 2017, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: cwdee
Certification: certify
No comments were posted with this review.

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At Sun Jan 22 22:35:01 2017, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: novote
Comments:
I still can't understand why this wheel should be a singularity where the origin is not at the wheel center :(

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At Sun Jan 22 23:00:00 2017, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: novote
Comments:
compare this origin with the one of its matching tyre part 18977.dat:
there it is of course at the center.
so it is just this wheel part which is IMHO off.



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