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Old 15th Feb 2004, 09:38   #181
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I must say thanks, these models are great. Made many drawings using them.
I'm missing a model of an Epia board though. Has anoyne made one?
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Old 15th Feb 2004, 13:16   #182
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Awesome contribution Jazzle.

I'd been put off using Sketchup till now but I reckon you just smoothed out a massive chunk of the learning curve needed with this thread.
Props man.
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Old 15th Feb 2004, 17:00   #183
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Thanks, but I also have to thank everyone who contributed models/advice/tutorials to the thread - it wouldn't be worth it without their contribution.
And I should also thank *sniff* my girlfriend for putting up with me, and...
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Old 21st Feb 2004, 01:41   #184
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those links still wont work.....
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Old 21st Feb 2004, 14:47   #185
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Stupid Host... give me a few days to get another.
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Old 21st Feb 2004, 15:45   #186
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:Edit: Fixed my issue. And thanks for the components in this thread, very handy.

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Old 21st Feb 2004, 18:12   #187
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 18:13   #188
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Coolermaster Musketeer...If anyone has any great pics of the needles and markings inside the windows, I can add that.


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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:22   #189
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please don't add any dials - these models should just be sketches - as it is your model is perfect
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:26   #190
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it should be noted that the drive is about .6 inches too wide, as is the cd-rom it's modelled on. Sorry to kill your party chap.
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:28   #191
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The width of the model is 100% accurate.

CD-ROM bays are not 5 1/4" wide
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:30   #192
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in-bloody deed.... it would have been nice if they called them 5 3/4 inch bays....
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:33   #193
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5 1/4" floppy discs were 5 1/4" wide
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:34   #194
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well that would explain it... well, this just goes and buggers my case designs....
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:35   #195
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If the design is to scale, you can resize the entire model to a specific dimension and replace the incorrect line with one that is 5 13/16" wide
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:37   #196
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Not that Easy Ouija. These cases have inch thick cut bezels, and drive cages. Btw - what's the accurate dimensions on 3 1/2 drives?
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:41   #197
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Old 25th Feb 2004, 21:42   #198
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Ah bugger. There goes the case. 5.75*1.5, 4*1
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Old 26th Feb 2004, 02:52   #199
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very noob question on sketchup

just downloaded it but thetutorilas are ****.

get how most of it works nut how do you round edges like on the edge of if it not a straight 90 degrre join? Chamfered like the edge of table?

and are all your drwaings to scale?

last one how do you make thing protrude at a certain angle?
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Old 26th Feb 2004, 08:02   #200
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The video tutorials are superb for beginners.

Use the measure tool and draw an arc on the corner you want to round.

There is also a protrator tool.

All my models are to scale, can't say the same for everyone though.
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