legolaus

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I like to build MOC truck models, but also pure functional models like gearboxes and motors.
I drove heavy trucks in the past, so I am so enthusiastic about it

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  • 3 weeks, 5 days ago legolaus Level 12 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Hello paul,
    i feel the same way. But only getting started is arduous, then it goes on quickly. The tutorial is very easy to understand, Really! The best thing to do is try a very small project first. The process is as follows: you draw with LDCad, then you open the project with LPub3D, where you already has the first blueprint. There you can put everything together so that it becomes a compact instruction. At the same time, you can also render an image with studio2.0. The program is absolutely simple and intuitive to use. Just try!
    http://www.melkert.net/LDCad
    http://www.melkert.net/LDCad/docs


    best regards
    Stefan
  • 3 weeks, 6 days ago legolaus Level 12 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Hello Journeyman,
    i use the free tools of the LDraw organization. The advantage of the LDD is the continuously updated library and the help of the developers. You draw with the LdCad program, create the blueprint with the same project file with LPub3D, then render it with studio2.0. :-)
    https://www.ldraw.org/article/104.html

    Best regards
    Stefan
  • 1 month, 1 week ago legolaus Level 12 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Thank you! The idea was just to build a moving battery compartment. that it is still nice, I would not have thought myself :-)
  • 1 month, 3 weeks ago legolaus Level 12 MOC Designer DESIGNER
    Alles an Platz ausgenutzt! Wenn Lego ein Differential bauen würde, dessen großes Tellerrad drei Studs breit wäre, könnte man sogar noch ein Stud tiefer kommen. Super gelöst.
    Viele Grüße aus Hagen
    Stefan