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0 Electric Light and Sound Brick 4 x 12 x 2 Laser Drill
0 Name: 30346c01.dat
0 Author: Jason S. Mantor
0 Unoffical Part
0 Updated 3-18-2006
0 KEYWORDS Rock Raiders
3 'hold' votes. (HHHX)
Size: 16669 bytes
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File reviews and updates:
At Thu Mar 28 23:40:07 2002, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: Xanthra47
My First Part. I tweaked it and it now passes the filecheck function. It might be better if I split it into two parts. LMKWYT
At Mon Apr 8 18:48:03 2002, the following review was posted:
Primitive stu26.dat should never be referenced directly by a part file. I believe it should use stud2(a) instead.
Also, if this is a C01 file, there needs to be a separate 30346 file, and probably a battery-door file as well.
At Wed Nov 12 17:34:08 2003, the following review was posted:
Exactly what Steve said: create a **separate** DAT file for each individual piece.
At Fri Oct 29 14:54:02 2004, the following review was posted:
I retract my earlier comment about requiring a c01 file to be composed of multiple physical files.
But my hold still applies because of the stu26.dat issue.
At Sat Mar 18 20:46:02 2006, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: Xanthra47
I've finally gotten around to replacing stud26.dat with stud2a.dat, per Steve's reviews.
Existing certification-votes were deleted.
At Sat Jun 20 09:40:03 2009, the following review was posted:
The studs are not all oriented the same way.
If you use custom studs that contain a logo, e.g.
(and I do), then the two rows of the studs
have the logo oriented oppositely. This can easily be fixed.
You can also see this problem in LDView when turning on
I also suggest adding some spaces before the numbers in the part name.
At Sun Jun 28 16:26:07 2009, the following review was posted:
Wow it's been a while, but I'll be happy to make the changes suggested.
I tried replacing stud.dat in my /P folder with the link you mentioned, but I don't see the logo in mlcad : ( Also I don't understand the comment about the spaces. There are spaces in between the numbers already. Could you give me an example of how you would you like the name to be formatted?
At Sun Jun 28 17:42:02 2009, the following review was posted:
Hello, Xanthra47, and welcome back to the PT. I assume you have affirmed the Contributor Agreement.
I can't see the logo:d studs either in MLCad, though LDView shows them fine, when you don't have primitive substitution on.
Also consider BFC:ing the part. A part can't be held for being BFC NOCERTIFY, but BFC is still preferred. See http://www.ldraw.org/Article415.html for more information.
Holding, however, for two reasons:
- missing edgelines from where the "side scope" (the one bar held by two clips) meets the main part.
- The main drill bleeds into the tube below it, and has gaps where it touches the cylinder.
I'd subfile the button, and those buttons are usually made of rubber. If it is rubber, it should be Rubber-Black (color 256) instead of regular black.
Finally, I'd also run this file through DATHeader to get the new-format header for this part. The title also has to have two leading spaces before one-digit numbers.
Fix these issues, and I'll gladly certify.
At Sun Jun 28 17:51:22 2009, the following review was posted:
Holding only to keep above hold applied, but also would like to note that a number of powerful tools have emerged since 2002.
- LDView: http://ldview.sourceforge.net/
- LDraw Design Pad: http://lddp.sourceforge.net/
- Philo's command line tools: http://philohome.com/isecalc/isecalc.htm
At Thu Jun 10 21:00:08 2010, the following review was posted:
downgrading to novote, but still suggesting to repair
inconsistent stud rotation
At Thu Nov 4 22:30:05 2010, the following review was posted:
header has syntax error "Unoffical"
At Sat Feb 12 10:05:03 2011, the following review was posted:
This file has many gaps that has to be closed. Maybe someone who has this part can step in here. More than three month on hold, so everybody can improve!