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  1. It's browser based aswell which is a pitty, but I haven't had any issues with it so far, you have to make your file public, but if you give it a random name at first it will be hard for anyone else to find it if that bothers you, you can always change the name later on and share it on onshape aswell
  2. I've been using Onshape for several years, I can seriously recommend it! I studied CAD in school, we used Autodesk Inventor. I tried getting in to fusion 360 but I don't like it, I find onshape very intuitive and easy to use however. Lots of tutorials aswell on youtube
  3. https://openhornet.com/ You're in luck, they've done an amazing work already!
  4. I've gotten this far, let me know if anything of it helps! Still just the basics, used the manual for approx. placement so far. Will correct hole placement and such with the correct specs. Video panel is guesstimate tho!
  5. Impressive work! Looking forward to seeing your project progress!
  6. It does sound like it delivers on what was promissed, thanks for the pro's and con's, need to take a serious look at one, even tho it will be expensive to get to Sweden
  7. Incredible work, really nice craftsmanship! Hows the router working out for you? Been looking at that model since kickstarter
  8. Have you tried OpenTrack? https://github.com/opentrack/opentrack Iirc, it can convert the EDtracker data to something DCS can use, so it might work with your new device aswell. Looking forward to your opinions of the new tracker!
  9. Mave you tried using meshmixer? It was a while ago I converted something, but I used that to convert my files to .obj, then fusion 360 to .step Have to check later this weekend, my memory might fail me which formats I converted to
  10. Very nice, looks really good! Looking forward to seeing the complete UFC!
  11. YES! Awesome, multi crew with this must be super fun! Great job!
  12. Did you slice the .stl yourself, or did you print using someone elses g-code? If you slice it yourself you can adjust the distance the support has to the housing, to close and it might become part of the housing. Other than that, try to be careful with sideclippers and take small pieces, it could take a while Good luck! Cheers
  13. I enjoy them very much, thanks for creating and sharing! It's appreciated! Cheers
  14. What USB board are you using?
  15. It's not 100% ready to print, but check out the OpenHornet project, they're doing community based plans that have all you need with a little bit of work atm. https://openhornet.com/
  16. Such an awesome build, love seeing it progress! Great job!
  17. All the support material needs to be removed, after that you can sand it smooth. Be careful around smaller parts so you don't accidentaly remove more than the support As for the quality, download a slicer, Cura is a free one, the search for a profile for your machine. Then insert the stl. into Cura and slice it for a g-code. There are a lot of good tutorials on Youtube, good luck and enjoy your printer!
  18. I love all of it! I'm happy that you still have your drive and will to build your brand, been looking forward to see all this for a long time! You'll definitely have me as a customer when you're ready to start selling gear!
  19. I agree, really nice setup, very clean and looks really functional, Great job!
  20. HC_Official has a great database here: http://www.havoc-company.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=1386 32mm is the inner dimension.
  21. I really don't get the negative attitude towards this... If you don't like it and have nothing constructive, nothing to contribute, no need to comment! I personally think that it's an improvement of what we have, and as someone who has most modules and has flown since A10C came out I can see your point of modernizing the UI to attract newer players. It's easy to judge the game, which it is, that it is an 'old' game if you're on steam and just looking for something deeper than other flight games. If you're looking for DCS in 2020, I'd want it to give me the initial impression of a 2020 game. About the priotity, ofcourse alot of other things are above an UI overhaul, but that doesn't mean that the guys who's solving bugs have to do it... I think this as a part of an larger 'image' overhaul, abit of PR to those that aren't already playing. Great job mm13Indy!
  22. If it's boken, it's broken! The recce cover you might solve at home, but not the trigger, that has to be on warranty if it came like that
  23. You have to go in your control bindings, Selected aircraft axis, and clear the rudder controls from the Throttle column. You probably have to do that for the most of your aircraft
  24. The outside doesnt matter that much since it will get melted in anyway. Aslong as it's the right screw size ofcourse, mine are M3 atleast. So check the diameter of the 3d print holes, then look for datasheet on some M3 inserts if you're unsure. But I'd go for any M3 insert :)
  25. Have you checked Ebay? Typ size and "brass insert" and lots should show up, both US, UK and China :) The UFC looks great btw!
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