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File Header:

0 Animal Cobra Threatening
0 Name: 98136.dat
0 Author: Christian Neumann [Wesley]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Part
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

0 !KEYWORDS Snake

0 !HISTORY 2014-01-04 {LEGO Digital Designer} Original part shape
0 !HISTORY 2014-01-04 [Wesley] File preparation for LDraw Parts Tracker

Status:
Certified! (ACCX)
Size: 3194 bytes

Reviewers' certifications:

MMR1988=certify
MagFors=novote
Philo=certify
Wesley=novote
cwdee=certify
mikeheide=novote

Required (unofficial) subfiles:

parts/s/98136s01.dat

~Animal Cobra Threatening - Half

Certified! (ACCCX)

Events

Related (unofficial) files:
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File reviews and updates:

At Sat Jan 4 15:50:03 2014, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: Wesley
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At Sat Jan 4 16:25:03 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: novote
Comments:
At first: I really like your work here.
But I have some questions:
1. What is the purpose of the "mini-stud"? Is there a counterpart, that can be connected there?
2. Hinge?! For me it is more a "handle area" or "grip area"

3. I'm thinking of a basic underside stud, that is just a scaled 4-4cylc for better/easier connection detection in some programs. - This idea is based on Philo's stud23... What do the other authors and reviewers think about this suggestion?

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At Sat Jan 4 16:25:03 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: certify
Comments:
Tiny error in the subfile

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At Sat Jan 4 16:35:19 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: certify
Comments:
"3. I'm thinking of a basic underside stud, that is just a scaled 4-4cylc for better/easier connection detection in some programs. - This idea is based on Philo's stud23... "

The idea is not bad.
But if we follow this we need to update _all_ parts in the library.
Next thing is that it can not be like a stud (close at one end), as the hole might be open until the end of the part. So it can only be a special 4-4cyl.dat to indicate that a stud should fit here.

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At Sat Jan 4 18:05:04 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: novote
Comments:
1- Probably the "ministud" is simply an injection point, not functional
3- I think that stud4o would work here?

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At Sat Jan 4 18:05:04 2014, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: Wesley
Comments:
1. The "mini stud" isn't really a stud, but just something maybe related to production process or whatever. It is a tiny immersion with a cylindrical elevation in its center, and i saw i could do some primitive Substitution here. I had no idea to name it, but i like to comment some lines to find them later without searching coordinates.
2. The hinge is of cause more of a handle :-)
3. As it is not allowed (?) to invert a regular stud by y, the only stud primitive that might fit is "stud4o.dat", but then i would have to remodel a lot of the lower area. So i only substituted the existing hole with a primitive, and connected it to the lower surface.


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At Sat Jan 4 18:15:09 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: novote
Comments:
Indeed, I verified and stud4o would be tricky to use here.
I vavor the creation of a new stud tube primitive made from a single cylc properly scaled.

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At Sat Jan 4 18:35:04 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: novote
Comments:
>>3. As it is not allowed (?) to invert a regular stud by y, the only stud primitive that might fit is "stud4o.dat", but then i would have to remodel a lot of the lower area. So i only substituted the existing hole with a primitive, and connected it to the lower surface.<<

No, we shouldn't do this. Otherwise a connection software would place objects on this "TopStud"...
Stud4o.dat is very hard to implement (or is it impossible, because the ring is too thick?). That's why I asked for the new stud prim.

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At Sat Jan 4 18:45:04 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Wesley
Certification: novote
Comments:
I don't really understand the problem with the stud, since the part works as it is. It is not the primary goal to conform with "connection seeking" software, although this is a nice spin-off (if possible). But there is also some software around with its own "connection database".
I have no idea how to create the mentioned new stud primitive nor to name it. If anyone would like to create it, feel free to modify this part accordingly.

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At Sat Jan 4 18:50:02 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: certify
Comments:
We should IMHO not discuss this connectivity issue on a single part. This has to be done in the forum.
This file is according to our current standarts ok.

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At Sat Jan 4 19:05:10 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MMR1988
Certification: certify
Comments:
Mike, you are right. the part is fine as it is.

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At Sat Jan 4 19:15:05 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: novote
Comments:
OK, works for me!

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At Sun Jan 5 15:40:03 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: novote
Comments:
Why "Mini" ?

Maybe "Animal Snake with Understud and Handle Grip"


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At Sun Jan 5 16:05:18 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: mikeheide
Certification: novote
Comments:
Good question.
But we need some wording that differs from only "Animal Snake" - that is already an official part (30115.dat).
For me it looks like a "Cobra" in agressive position.

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At Sun Jan 5 17:05:05 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Wesley
Certification: novote
Comments:
LDD name is "Mini Snake w/3.2 Shaft". It is both animal and minifig accessory.

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At Thu Jan 9 06:35:03 2014 a Parts Tracker Admin edited the header.
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At Thu Jan 9 06:40:05 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: cwdee
Certification: novote
Comments:
I think the "Mini-stud" is a mould injection point and is OK as is.

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At Thu Jan 9 10:05:02 2014, the following review was posted:

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

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At Thu Jan 9 19:40:06 2014, the following review was posted:

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


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