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12 hours ago, Supersick_ said:

I'm sure there are a few ways to do this but here's what I was thinking. Pictures being a thousand words and all that...

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Holy mother of Redbeard, this is fantastic, thank you so much!

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Hi folks, can someone help me to understand how this little raft is put together? (the "wooden" bit)

 

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18 hours ago, zinnn said:

Hi folks, can someone help me to understand how this little raft is put together?

It's put together using a SNOT technique, deck was connected with few bricks with studs on the side, I'm guessing. Similar raft was built in this Lego City Police set 60066:

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59 minutes ago, Jack Sassy said:

It's put together using a SNOT technique, deck was connected with few bricks with studs on the side, I'm guessing. Similar raft was built in this Lego City Police set 60066:

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Ok, fair enough. I just thought that those tree stump tiles are on both sides of the raft (not only the visible one in the photo I've added)

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2 minutes ago, zinnn said:

I just thought that those tree stump tiles are on both sides of the raft

If so, then that could've been accomplished by using the Technic 2l pin connector, on one side holding it with a pin and on the other side pin with a stud, holding the tile. Rather complex but ye can understand once knowing the pieces that were used (I'm guessing).

 

A Stud.io file image that I made, so ye can understand better:

Raft technique

 

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1 hour ago, Jack Sassy said:

If so, then that could've been accomplished by using the Technic 2l pin connector, on one side holding it with a pin and on the other side pin with a stud, holding the tile. Rather complex but ye can understand once knowing the pieces that were used (I'm guessing).

 

A Stud.io file image that I made, so ye can understand better:

Raft technique

 

Makes sense now. Paldies!

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"A nice fellow in a strange suit calling himself John Moses Browning dropped this off for us this morning.  He called it a 'Ma Deuce', and he said it would solve our redcoat and pirate problems..."

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On 9/26/2021 at 5:30 PM, Cousarmy0001 said:

 

 he said it would solve our redcoat and pirate problems..."

:pir-laugh: I bet it would :pir-huzzah1:

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@kurigan - Cool! There are some bumpy seas in the middle of the video, but cool effect! Ship looks great

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14 hours ago, evancelt said:

@kurigan - Cool! There are some bumpy seas in the middle of the video, but cool effect! Ship looks great

Thanks though :pir-huzzah2:

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