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Full Piston Door

Discussion in 'Community Creations' started by Neil Kennan, Jul 25, 2014.

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  1. Neil Kennan Trainee Engineer

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  2. Ralirashi Apprentice Engineer

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    That is the worst recording i've seen in a while....Either put your camera on a stand, get a proper angle and then start shooting, or use Fraps/whatever...
    And as for the idea itself...why?
     
  3. AedanXaelan Apprentice Engineer

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    This is a hilarious video in multiple ways. :)
     
  4. carnivore Apprentice Engineer

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  5. Neil Kennan Trainee Engineer

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    Blast door keeped ripping apart the pistons so i thought use the pistons instead:rolleyes:
     
  6. JWA8402 Trainee Engineer

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    Ripping them apart? How are you using them? I think it looks pretty cool. Too bad we cant use fighter blocks on a large ship; you could make a awesome jail cell.
     
  7. Neil Kennan Trainee Engineer

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    Well JWA8402 maybe am putting them together wrong not to sure but th jail idea sounds good for the inside of my base:comp:
     
  8. erdrik Apprentice Engineer

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    Probly not that resistant to collision or damage, but it does save space.
    No need to worry about where the door is held while in the open position.
     
  9. David Halston Apprentice Engineer

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    You can in fact use fighter blocks on large ship using the small rotor head to large rotor connector but it is extremely unstable to use on ships. I made a kick ass bomber and i had to use landing gears to secure the smaller bit together. Still pretty awesome
     
  10. roguelycan Apprentice Engineer

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    I would recommend Fraps or Open broadcaster to record videos. Easier than using a hand cam and much better quality.
     
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