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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Sergio, my offer to help you with mapping is still valid.:) Meanwhile... It's not for the production aircraft, but it will be of immense help! Got to go, I have 400 pages to study!:wave:
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Thanks Daan, but given the passion and research you put in your quality works, I very much doubt that!
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Nose gear finished, missing only a few tubes here and there. I had fun, but better not repeat it!:laughing::laughing:
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Maryadi, the technique I was describing is meant to be used mainly on small items, where you cannot afford to do a proper chamfer, let alone using turbosmooth. It is also commonly used before applying turbosmooth to better control your mesh, but that's another story altogether. Using both TS AND...
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    I still remember when Gerard gave me his 109 to build a pit for. Feeling half honoured half proud of myself since he didn't give away his sources so easily, I was the chosen one lol!:D:D:D I studied every inch of that mesh. It made me a better modeller. His 109 and his legacy are in every vertex...
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    I'm the opposite. The more I can avoid TS the happier I am, it feels like it takes away so much control over what I do, especially if I need to work within fixed constraints. And if I start to use TS indiscriminately somebody here will burn me alive!:D:D:D:D
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    That's easy! If the two tubes have the same diameter and the same number of sides, it's just a matter of doing a 45° V cut where they meet and chamfering all the resulting edges apart from the 2 at the very apex of the V. A bit of manual editing to clean up some stray vertices, fix the edge flow...
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Roland, the blueprints I have don't match actual photos, what you see is plain old eyeball mk.I and lots of pictures. Ozzy, I don't generally use subd unless I have a particularly odd shape and can't get around it by more traditional ways. Keep in mind these are renders, the combination of a...
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    ...but...but...more detail -> more love and the girls love grey hair these days!:p
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    FS2004 Bell 407 V2.0

    Sergio, if you need some help with mapping just give me a shout.:wave:
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    My Father's Flight Simulator

    Beautiful Paul, just beautiful! My passion comes from my grandfather, he used to model warbirds out of aluminium, I still have a couple here with me. Wish I had the chance to know him before he passed.
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Half way through and my hair already turned grey!:coffee:
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    P3D v2 T-346A

    Roland, thanks for your constant help, it's really appreciated! However, the CAD image you linked is that of an undercarriage from the AMX (a different Aermacchi plane). It was used as a gap filler on the first 2 prototypes of the M346 and later on replaced by a lighter and more streamlined...
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    Normal woes

    Paul, were we separated at birth? You're getting the point, even as confusional as I may present it.
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    Normal woes

    Mmh...I think you skipped the part where I say I have 2 doors, so 2 different objects. You can't blend SG's between 2 different objects. Bill, have another one on me!:rotfl::rotfl:
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