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archiver
06-23-2002, 09:47 PM
Posted by Ed Sparks at 1/12/2001 10:41 AM EST


Coach on team #34, Bob Jones High School / DaimlerChrysler, from Bob Jones High School.



I posted a reference to my 3D version of the 2001 Playing Field last night but due to the forum problem, it was lost. It's at my SharingFist page at the link below if you want it (.dwg and .3ds).

Enjoy !

P.S. I noticed that the "LOST" postings can still be seen in the chronological archive.

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:47 PM
Posted by Brandon Martus at 1/12/2001 10:52 AM EST


Other on team #47, ChiefDelphi, from PCHS and Delphi Automotive Systems.


In Reply to: 3D Playing Field Available
Posted by Ed Sparks on 1/12/2001 10:41 AM EST:



yes.
the only thing that was actually 'lost' was the
link on the general forum.

the message is still there.
it just got archived a bit too soon :)

: I posted a reference to my 3D version of the 2001 Playing Field last night but due to the forum problem, it was lost. It's at my SharingFist page at the link below if you want it (.dwg and .3ds).

: Enjoy !

: P.S. I noticed that the "LOST" postings can still be seen in the chronological archive.

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:47 PM
Posted by Ken Leung at 1/12/2001 1:56 PM EST


Student on team #192, Gunn Robotics Team, from Henry M. Gunn Senior High School.


In Reply to: 3D Playing Field Available
Posted by Ed Sparks on 1/12/2001 10:41 AM EST:



I have a question about those 3d drawings... how accurate are those drawing compare to the blue print? I open the stretcher file and check its dimension, and turn out the ply wood of the strecher have a dimension of 1'-11 1/2" by 1'-8 1/8". What's going on here? are all the drawings scaled down?

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:48 PM
Posted by Ed Sparks at 1/12/2001 2:48 PM EST


Coach on team #34, The Rockets, from Bob Jones High / New Century High and DaimlerChrysler.


In Reply to: how accurate?
Posted by Ken Leung on 1/12/2001 1:56 PM EST:



I downloaded the same file from my site and opened it. Everything checks out at 40.25" x 47". Note that there is a discrepency between the dimensions for S1 on the BOM vs "The Print R2" (46.5 vs 47). I choose to use the BOM. Are you using ACAD ?

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:48 PM
Posted by Hymnson at 03/09/2001 7:14 PM EST


Student on team #419, The Rambots, from Boston College High School and UMass Boston and Modern Assistance Programs, Inc..


In Reply to: u make me sick!!!!!
Posted by EJ on 03/09/2001 5:39 PM EST:



: i must warn u that if u continue w/ this foolish quest u will be eliminated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Well "EJ" you can just chill some of that "rage" and tone it down..like I said before despite all you "haters" I'm doing what I please, I'm not here to entertain personally you, I'm not raggin on whateva you do, so chill.

archiver
06-23-2002, 09:48 PM
Posted by Ed Sparks at 1/13/2001 7:50 PM EST


Coach on team #34, The Rockets, from Bob Jones High / New Century High and DaimlerChrysler.


In Reply to: thanks
Posted by Ken Leung on 1/13/2001 5:16 AM EST:



Yep ! I get a kick out of drawing this stuff and besides, why have 500+ teams duplicating this manpower!! We got 'bots to build!!.

It's bugging the heck out of me as to why you had to scale this drawing. I draw everything at full scale. Why do anything else ? Is anyone else experiencing the same thing? Do you get the same result with any of the other drawings? Please help, I don't want to go "NUTS" at the start of week #2.