Swan Dutchman

[MOC] Anakin's Jedi Interceptor with Hyperspace Ring

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Thank you everyone!

I was suprised to see this topic on top of the star wars forums today since the build has been on eurobricks for about 2,5 years now (but I am not complaining :wink: ).

Well, the ship and it's ring flew right into an astroid field ... it's parts were well used in new MOC's. But I still have the LDD-file of how I build it at the time.

So Awesome, the Hyperspace Ring look like real.

May I ask~have lxf file?

I tried to PM you with the LDD-file as an attachement, but I could not find an option to do so. Does anyone know how to share LDD files on eurobricks?

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You can directly upload it directly, but only if you have enough allowed disk space here. Otherwise, you can make a BrickShelf account, and upload it there, and then link to the file here. And while I'm here, this is an amazing moc! I'll probably spend a good half hour just messing with the LDD file.

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Hey,

I just created an account on Brickshelf and uploaded the 2 LDD files for this MOC (one for the jedi interceptor and another for the ring). Here is the link:

http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?m=swandutchman

The folder I created is not yet public at this moment, but I assume this goes automatically?

Have fun with the files :wink:

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Hey,

I just created an account on Brickshelf and uploaded the 2 LDD files for this MOC (one for the jedi interceptor and another for the ring). Here is the link:

http://www.brickshel...?m=swandutchman

The folder I created is not yet public at this moment, but I assume this goes automatically?

Have fun with the files :wink:

Thanks for sharing! Great looking MOC although I'm more partial to the EP 2 starfighters. :)

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Hey,

I just created an account on Brickshelf and uploaded the 2 LDD files for this MOC (one for the jedi interceptor and another for the ring). Here is the link:

http://www.brickshel...?m=swandutchman

The folder I created is not yet public at this moment, but I assume this goes automatically?

Have fun with the files :wink:

I just tried accessing it, but it says it's not a public file.When you say "goes automatically" what do you mean? Does the file go public after a certain amount of time?

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I just tried accessing it, but it says it's not a public file.When you say "goes automatically" what do you mean? Does the file go public after a certain amount of time?

Essentially, yes. Just check back to this topic after a while. Or, what Swan Dutchman could do is post the download links to the files directly. All you do is copy the files link address and put it into a post. Then you should be able to download it without going through BrickShelf.

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On 6/9/2015 at 3:59 PM, GuyDudeMan27 said:

Essentially, yes. Just check back to this topic after a while. Or, what Swan Dutchman could do is post the download links to the files directly. All you do is copy the files link address and put it into a post. Then you should be able to download it without going through BrickShelf.

Good thinking!

Here are the links:

- for the interceptor: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/swandutchman/StarWars/star_wars_jedi_interceptor.lxf

- for the hyperspace ring: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/swandutchman/StarWars/star_wars_jedi_interceptor_hyperspace_ring.lxf

Note that both designs are not completely build in LDD. I just use LDD to document techniques I used in a build so I can look it up if the build was already taken apart (like this build). I would say about 90% is there, so there is still a lot to see. If anyone want to redesign the hyperspace ring, maybe it's a good idea to use tank thread to construct the engines so they become less weight.

Edited by Swan Dutchman
fixed broken download links

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