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File Header:

0 ~Technic Axle Threaded Segment
0 Name: s\73839a.dat
0 Author: Adriano Aicardi
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Subpart
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

0 !HISTORY 1999-05-24 [PTadmin] Official Update 1999-04
0 !HISTORY 2007-09-10 [PTadmin] Header formatted for Contributor Agreement
0 !HISTORY 2008-07-01 [PTadmin] Official Update 2008-01
0 !HISTORY 2014-11-21 [roland] Auto-corrected with libfix version of LDCad 1.4
0 !HISTORY 2014-12-27 [GeraldLasser] BFCed
0 !HISTORY 2015-01-01 [Philo] Complete rewrite

Status:
Needs admin review. (CCF)
Size: 16047 bytes

Reviewers' certifications:

MMR1988=certify
MagFors=certify
Philo=novote

Required (unofficial) subfiles:
(none)

Related (unofficial) files:

parts/3705c01.dat

Technic Axle 4 Threaded

2 subfiles aren't certified. (CSSF)

Events

parts/3737c01.dat

Technic Axle 10 Threaded

2 subfiles aren't certified. (CSSF)

Events

File reviews and updates:

At Tue Dec 23 17:55:02 2014, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: roland
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At Fri Dec 26 23:10:00 2014, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: GeraldLasser
Comments:
Those older files suffer from tons of T-Junctions... any tools to fix them?

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At Sat Dec 27 14:35:01 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: hold
Comments:
even has visual gaps, probably due to rounding mismatches

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At Sat Dec 27 15:05:00 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
Gaps and t-junctions between the cogs and the axle. IMO this needs a rework.
All the 'hidden' surface should be removed. Why does this subfile have closed ends?
Whould it be possible to create a new subfile with one closed end and reuse that at each end?

The only tool I know of that can deal with t-juntions is DatHeader.
But the result is often not so good. A lot of thin triangles. I tend to do it manually.

Why is this subfile called 73839a when the parent files are called 3705c01 and 3737c01?
And why are they called ...c01 ?


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At Sat Dec 27 15:15:00 2014, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Steffen
Certification: hold
Comments:
the "...a" naming is a relict from older times when the principle of
...s01, ...s02, ...s03 was not yet [well] established.
this is probably an ANCIENT part.

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At Thu Jan 1 14:05:00 2015, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: Philo
Existing certification-votes were deleted.
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At Thu Jan 1 16:00:01 2015, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: Philo
Certification: novote
Comments:
"Why is this subfile called 73839a when the parent files are called 3705c01 and 3737c01? "
Makes some sense because of official colored shortcut 73839.dat _Technic Axle 4 Threaded Black
"And why are they called ...c01 ?" Remains a mystery...

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At Sat Jan 3 13:50:01 2015, the following review was posted:

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

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At Sat Jan 3 14:05:00 2015, the following review was posted:

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


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