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SketchUp Sketchup Components Collection (SCC) Discussion

Discussion in 'Modding' started by jezmck, 25 Nov 2003.

  1. tominated

    tominated New Member

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    @dark energy: very nice model there. if i can find that board in oz, i'm prolly gonna get it cos it's cheap.

    I have a request also, can somebody model the up-coming koolance vid-487x2 water block? That's the only missing part from my model then i'm done!
     
  2. DarthDVD_AU

    DarthDVD_AU Whats a dremel compaired to a lazer

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    @scooby (or anyone else who would be interested)

    Who ever manages to make a front faceplate for SoundGraph's UltraBay in Scetchup or Turbocad2000 (both prefered) i will send them a "Fan Filter" that i have lazer cut for the "Corsair Dominator Airflow" (I have 23 fan filters left) Pic of the filter will be posted tomorrow. (after i find a place to host me pictures)

    Ultrabay model must have all the holes for the buttons, ir receiver, Lcd screen, mute light hole, (must also model buttons)

    What will i do with this model?

    A: I'll have a metal faceplate lazer cut for the UltraBay to mod it..

    PS: I'll have spares after ive finished getting them cut. So I will send the modeler a faceplate as well.
     
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  3. scooby

    scooby Member

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    @Dark~3nergy, I have a lot on detail on the bike and especially engine that is not really seen. I also render at "PhotonMap-High+AA 0.3" to attain a very smooth render. I have cleaned it up a bit now and my render time has gotten shorter now.

    Remember this....my ASUS Maximus Formula board.
    [​IMG]
    Lots of detail and at 8.47Mb. I think your is OK but I also think it would be up to the artist to determine if he or she would like to add as much detail as they want and frankly (depending on the model) less detail makes the model look unfinished.

    @tominated and DarthDVD_AU

    Just something to think about. DarthDVD_AU, your request seems simple enough but like I mentioned above I can't guarantee complete accuracy. Do you own the component?


    Scooby:D
     
  4. AsSuLuTo

    AsSuLuTo Boing boing boing!

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    Is this of any use? :)

    I haven't done the bottom buttons yet, consider this a guestimate as I don't have the thing, I've been using pictures from the web and measuring/matching so there's a little more to go, I'm sure someone will best my efforts anyway! (some people here are too good with SU!) :lol:

    [​IMG]
     
  5. tominated

    tominated New Member

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    ok, i haven't read that. I'll probably hit up koolance and ask for dimensions myself and maybe give it a go
     
  6. DarthDVD_AU

    DarthDVD_AU Whats a dremel compaired to a lazer

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    I do own a ultrabay but... alas i do not own a very good set of calipers. ill try and find some better ones and get the dimensions sometime this week....

    offer still stands if anyone makes the model ;)
     
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  7. AsSuLuTo

    AsSuLuTo Boing boing boing!

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    Is my offer not good enough? :waah:
     
  8. DarthDVD_AU

    DarthDVD_AU Whats a dremel compaired to a lazer

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    its quite good... but ill need the buttons... will i high rez picture help?
    ill make some mesurments (not sure they will be good enough or not.
     
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  9. scooby

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    That's a great start AsSuLuTo...man you fast. DarthDVD like what AsSuLuTo said he was not done added the rest of the details and your suggestion to get the measurements and a hi-res image I know will help make it a more accurate model.

    Here is a new question for you all...any of you guys using Ruby Scripts or Plug-ins for SU to enhance your tool set? Let us know what your using and how you use it so the rest of us may learn from you experience.

    This is just one I use:
    Joint Push Pull

    You can fine more Rubys and Plug-ins HERE. If you fine one you think is worth trying post your finding here. TY:thumb:

    Scoob:D
     
  10. DarthDVD_AU

    DarthDVD_AU Whats a dremel compaired to a lazer

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  11. AsSuLuTo

    AsSuLuTo Boing boing boing!

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    Hopfully this will be better, I bet the dimensions you'll get will be out by a bit as i've done this all by low res web pictures and from measuring against my screen (I also noticed there were what appeared to be two revisions)

    [​IMG]

    Just a note, all the stuff I do is by the alias Jim_Fear, assuluto was my old one which is tied to my email account on these forums :(
     
  12. DarthDVD_AU

    DarthDVD_AU Whats a dremel compaired to a lazer

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    Location information is mesured from the edge to the closest edge of the item
    unless stated

    face W 148.88 H 83.95

    top panel 41.05mm
    gap 1.85
    bottom panel 41.05mm

    lcd wide 113mm high 26.1mm location from right 8.70 from top 7.5


    ir wide 8.5mm location 6mm from left in middle of the gap

    Dial hole 22.82 7.75mm from right 10.95mm from bottom
    Dial hole 22.82 7.75mm from right 10.95mm from bottom
    22.12 dial wide


    mute lite 1.5mm wide. Location 7.15mm from right. 12.5mm from bottom.

    top button line of button hole 7.95mm. button 5.10mm. location from bottom 24.5

    bottom button line hole 9.0mm. button 7.3mm. Location from bottom 11.20



    Imon Buttion (left of lcd screen)
    12mm @ widest. 9.60mm before curve. 8.88mm high

    Imon button hole high 10.83 wide 13.75
    location from left 7.38mm from top 14.7mm

    higher gap buttons 6mm row starts 42.5mm from left. Right most button is 42.5mm from right
    gap button lower 5mm row starts 35mm from left. Right most button is 35mm from right




    AsSuLuTo wins... pm your address and ill send you the fan filter (made to fit on the Corsair Dominator airflow)
    and after i get the faceplate lazer cut ill send off one of them as well... (if you want it)
     
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  13. scooby

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    Way to go AsSuLuTo.:clap::clap::clap:

    @DarthDVD, we would love to see the outcome of your cool project. Post pics ASAP.:thumb:


    On a side note and if all you guys don't know yet our good friend modgodtanvir is holding a "MNPCTech Case Design Competition" with some great prizes for the winners. Read more about the contest HERE and is open to all you SU artists out their.

    So good luck to all the entries and special thanks to modgodtanvir for getting it all started.:thumb:




    Scooby:naughty:
     
  14. DarthDVD_AU

    DarthDVD_AU Whats a dremel compaired to a lazer

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    Oh i will Post pics and a work log (wlog?) as soon as i "reshoot" some of the earlyer mods that ive made to my computer....
     
  15. scooby

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    Hey Guys,

    Just a few models I'm working on. Still not done but will be soon.

    D-Tek FuZion GFX v2
    [​IMG]

    WD VelociRaptor 300Gb Hard Drive
    [​IMG]

    I just picked up one of these badboys.:thumb:



    Scoob:naughty:
     
  16. tominated

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    very nice! by any chance does someone have a swiftech apogee drive that they can supply dimensions for so i can try making a model?
     
  17. Camael

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    Hello guys it's my first post here at bit-tech and it comes up with an question. Did someone of you have a sketchup from the Lian Li A05??
    Sry. for my bad english I'm from Germany.

    P.S. Your mods rock. :rock:
     
  18. scooby

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    FrooP can I eat this?

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    does someone know of a tutorial for pipes and watercooling hoses in sketchup? id love to learn that
     
  20. jezmck

    jezmck Well-Known Member

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    I believe there's a pipes tutorial in this very thread.
    It will focus on use of the Follow Me tool which is SU's version of Extrude along a path.
     

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