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  1. It is definitely appropriate! Thanks for noting me about your MOCs, I will add them when I will get some free time. Rebrickable helps a lot, I will just follow you and Rebrickable will send me an email every time you add something. If you want, you can add your mocs to the list by yourself. You can fork the list on the github, add your mocs and make a pull request, however you have to know how git works. I am happy you found the list usefull!
  2. Now I have reached 1000 entries in my list of LEGO rockets, spacecrafts and probes.
  3. Select one of rockets here: https://kaerodot.gitlab.io/lego-rocket-mocs/
  4. I have made an substantial update of my web page. Staistics: 374 MOCs of rockets and spacecrafts 220 MOCs of probes, satellites, spacestaions etc. 102 of other related MOCs
  5. Lego Boost + 3D Pen = Lego 3D printer! Lego Boost provided 3 motors to control 3 axis movements and a 3D pen provided the filament extruder. The precision of the printer was much better than diameter of the filament thanks to the Boost motors with angle positioning. The precision could be substantially improved by building proper carriage movement by a real master builder. I had no additional motor to switch on and off the 3D pen extruder, so the 3D pen is set to continuous mode. Thus only simple objects can be printed. The printer was a learning project for my 8 years old kid. He learned how 3D printer is built, how it works and how it is programmed. He was able to program motor movements to 3D print simple pencil stand. It is quite hard to program every motor movements to print some object. Many free and open source applications are available for conversion of digital 3D objects into G-codes, i.e. motor movement commands. This way someone could make a full feature Lego 3D printer.
  6. Really nice. I was curious about the slot on the side boosters between the booster nose and the booster body. In digital renders the slot looks very big, but as I supposed in real model it is hardly noticeable. You should add some photo into the lego ideas pictures (I wonder for most ideas - is it possible to build or is it some digital fantasy?) I thank you for sharing.
  7. I have noticed your Ariane 5, it looks superb. Studio file is wonderful, thanks! I will add it. Was it built in real life already?
  8. Chha: Thanks! I am happy you liked it, and thanks for the additional info, web is updated. It is my error I put scale 1:110 there. Maverick9154 claims this scale: "Custom LEGO SpaceX Falcon 9 Block 5 with Crew Dragon Instructions ONLY (Saturn V Scale)" However I am building classic Eiffleman's Falcon and I know the 4 stud width is optimal for this scale and the complex structure visible on Maverick's images cannot be Saturn V scale. I have seen it many times - author makes a nice MOC, but only by eye and the scale is quite off. This is the reason I did comparisons of V4, Soyuz and working on others.
  9. It is there already: "Download source code or linux, windows binary, read help and how to on the source page:" Maybe grammar is bad? I am sorry I am not native speaker.
  10. I could copy all the informations from the project webpage here, together with detailed how to use with all the images. The issue is, if something changes, I have to modify it on the project webpage and also here. This often leads to outdated information, just take a look at forums of other software, there is a lot of outdated things. But to click on the link and to read that for latest version one can download either source code or binary for windows and linux takes about five seconds. So I understand you want more informations here, but you should also understand that I like to keep data on one place.
  11. Thanks. The most important thing - let me know what you liked and what needs improvement. I have no idea what is workflow of other people.
  12. In the beginning I didn't understood why this particular one shuttle should be better than other 1:220 models. There are several models of shuttle in this scale already done, so what the heck? But later I did some scaling and calculation and understood... The issue is in propagation. For example all the people are building the falcon by eiffleman, because it was first falcon MOC and is most known. However it is inaccurate in some parts and there are better models. But people do not understand why other models are better than the first one (or more evovlved, anyway most falcon MOCs are based on the eiffleman's one). This is the reason why I made the comparison of soyuz model, so I could select between suchshibeinu's and techniek's one. And the same with the 1:220 shuttle. One have to understand that 4 stud bay is too wide for 1:220 scale. But this important information was not shown by Arkaitz nor any comparison made. So I believe there was lack of attention because no one understood why this design is unique in comparison to already developed designs.
  13. applyBLorder What it does: applies Bricklink Order to a Bricklink Wanted list in correct way, works with downloaded files. Output: new Wanted list with increased have count, new Order with decreased ordered count. When to use: If you have one or more orders for multiple Wanted lists. Help: step by step how to is on the project page. Project page: https://gitlab.com/KaeroDot/applyblorder/ Interface: GUI, console Availability: source code, binaries OS: Linux, Windows License: MIT (open source free software) Details: Software applyBLorder applies Bricklink order to a Bricklink wanted list. Generates a new wanted list with increased have count, and a new order with decreased ordered count. Software can handle bricks with any color. A table summary is generated to show the status of the newly generated wanted list showing you which and how many bricks have been assigned from the order. Using this software, you can apply bricklink order onto first wanted list, then the newly created order (with decreased amount of bricks) apply to second wanted list etc. till the order is empty. The first wanted list will take most of the bricks so you should select the one most important for you. The software generates new wanted lists that you can upload to bricklink and continue with ordering of new bricks for your wanted lists. Motivation: Bricklink gives you possibility to have multiple wanted lists. Also you can easily plan buying bricks from multiple wanted lists. Unfortunately, if you try to apply your received order to first wanted list, and than to second wanted list, you will find that you own more bricks than you ordered. Why? Because applying order adds have bricks to the wanted list, but do not remove bricks from the order. Screenshots: