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(Almost ) Friday Pictures

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03-25-2010 03:10 PM
Here's a couple of views of a lunchtime project I've been playing with.
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-25-2010 03:10 PM in reply to: markc-uk
and another view of the vee-twin ;-)
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-25-2010 03:25 PM in reply to: markc-uk
Very Nice!!
The back end is almost Manx Buggy-like...
And i particularly like the Rack-and-Peanut steering!
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-25-2010 03:45 PM in reply to: markc-uk
Nice lunch-time project

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Very Nice!!
The back end is almost Manx Buggy-like...
And i particularly like the Rack-and-Peanut steering!
*Blair Stunder
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-25-2010 03:49 PM in reply to: markc-uk
here's a quick render of something I'm working on

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"RobMatthews" wrote in message news:6361230@discussion.autodesk.com...
Very Nice!!
The back end is almost Manx Buggy-like...
And i particularly like the Rack-and-Peanut steering!
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-25-2010 03:57 PM in reply to: markc-uk
Cool, Blair. Do you run the wiring in a conduit of some sort?
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-25-2010 05:00 PM in reply to: markc-uk
Most of it is air lines, with some cable 7-wire in a large jacketed/armored
sleeve. A lot of little weld-on clips with large rubber grommets for the
cables to pass through. every 24". It's better to have them opened than in a
conduit. We find the conduits create more problems than they solve.

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Cool, Blair. Do you run the wiring in a conduit of some sort?
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-26-2010 04:47 AM in reply to: markc-uk
I waited until Friday...... :smileyhappy:
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Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-26-2010 06:23 AM in reply to: markc-uk
Something I do that's often more inseresting than sheet metal .
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Post 10 of 21

Re: (Almost ) Friday Pictures

03-26-2010 08:12 AM in reply to: markc-uk
I'm pretty sure the DoD is not going to be happy about you releasing those pics. That's what an F-22 Raptor should look like.

here's my latest animation, post-processing by marketing reduced the quality a fair amount. I don't figure most non-animators/modelers will really care though.

top-left corner

http://www.nordfab.com/index.cfm/do/videos.showVideos/id/125/page/Nordfab-Videos
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