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Old 08-19-2018, 12:02 PM
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Old 08-19-2018, 12:03 PM
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Look at the size of the cut-outs on his chassis - nothing left!
http://events.redrc.net/wp-content/u...is-bruno15.jpg
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Old 08-19-2018, 01:18 PM
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Originally Posted by DavidNERODease View Post
Look at the size of the cut-outs on his chassis - nothing left!
http://events.redrc.net/wp-content/u...is-bruno15.jpg
note the custom holes to the front of it also

top deck also completely different.
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Old 08-19-2018, 01:23 PM
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I like the new top deck design.
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Anyone got anymore pics of this bad boy ?
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Chamfered edges!
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Old 08-29-2018, 01:02 AM
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Smaller shaft bearings also.
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Originally Posted by Geberit View Post
Smaller shaft bearings also.
not convinced by that one. Looks same to me.
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Originally Posted by Geberit View Post
Smaller shaft bearings also.
The guys is using a go/no-go gauge to check the size of the bearing hole.
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The guys is using a go/no-go gauge to check the size of the bearing hole.
Patience!
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Originally Posted by silden View Post
The guys is using a go/no-go gauge to check the size of the bearing hole.

And old skool technical drawings. Nice.
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Originally Posted by niznai View Post
And old skool technical drawings. Nice.
If they were old school drawing they would have a deep blue background , white lines ,hand lettering and smellof ammonia
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Originally Posted by niznai View Post
And old skool technical drawings. Nice.
These kind of drawings are very common in the manufacturing industry. They detail the tolerances of each part. There is nothing old school on them. The design and testing usually only uses the cad model, but as soon you start production you need the tolerances spelled out on a physical/pdf drawing.
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Model based definition is the new way. No more drawings. All the information is in the cad model shown with captures.
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Old 09-05-2018, 11:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Lone Drifter View Post
If they were old school drawing they would have a deep blue background , white lines ,hand lettering and smellof ammonia
Those were heliographic copies developed in ammonia (Ozalid was one trade marked name), originals were still black on white.

After forty years in drafting, my mother's hand writing was indistinguishable from print. She began by using stencils but after some years didn't need to.

The clue to old skool stuff is the title block in the bottom right.

Of course they are very common. They have been for a couple of hundred years or more (Leonardo Da Vinci has lots of these in his notebooks).

Dimensions and tolerances (and some times details of material or hardness for bearing surfaces for instance or thread and pitch size, or left/righthand, etc) were part of the drawing as a matter of course. Simplified versions could omit these.

Complicated detail was always shown in captures.

All old is new again.
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