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Old 15-11-2002, 03:14 AM   #16
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I think i understand, You can use more than one set driven key though can't you? so if you wanted it to rotate sideways, you could use a Seperate SDK? I am really anxious to see an example of what you are doing. THnanks for posting a tutorial, I guess I am just being a little impatient.
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Old 22-11-2002, 02:00 AM   #17
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Here's an update.

Finished the cab. Working on the "stabbers" now. This is just a rough render.
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Sweet modelling! Great!
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wicked man.. very cool.. :p
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Cool design!
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wow, but am i missing something? are the hyraulic cylinders actually holding the weight? that is impossible ( i think). they can hold a big thing in place, but only one direction. you can make them extend, but you cannot prevent them from further extending, you can only prevent from pushing together. and the hydraulics are very strong holding - but only in one direction if you put side pressure on them they break. so you need some kind of hinge you move with at least 2 hydo cylinders - one flexing one extending - and the hinge has to do the static, hydro only holds it in place ...

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Old 23-11-2002, 11:37 AM   #22
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yep that is a unique design and i like it a lot dave! nice mate
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