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  1. Thread: Frisco #1522

    by Surflegg
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    Hi All- I haven't forgotten about this project...

    Hi All-

    I haven't forgotten about this project (been "sidetracked" a lot lately), but I'm going to be making a push to get my version up to speed over the next few weeks. I've got most of the...
  2. Thread: Frisco #1522

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    It'll still be a while (especially if I have to...

    It'll still be a while (especially if I have to build a new tender; if anyone wants to help and build one, feel free), but I'm still slowly working away at it (I've got a couple of other MSTS...
  3. Thread: Frisco #1522

    by Surflegg
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    Hi All- Like trainman7616 mentioned I've been...

    Hi All-
    Like trainman7616 mentioned I've been re-working my original model to better suit Frisco 1522 (fortunately the Frisco 4-8-2's and the ATSF 4-8-2's shared similar main dimensions). Here's a...
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    For question 3, I'd suggest using Shape File...

    For question 3, I'd suggest using Shape File Fixer (I don't think polymaster works with gmax). The key to high poly models is dividing the model itself into subobjects. Shape Fixer does this...
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    Hang on a minute... where'd that Santa Fe Hi...

    Hang on a minute... where'd that Santa Fe Hi level come from?
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    Santa Fe 3700 Class 4-8-2

    Hey All-
    I rarely post here, but these forums here have been an invaluable resource for modeling; over the past few months I've taken up GMax, and with some help from Herb Kelsey (eng file) and...
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    Broken Coupler on ATSF 2-10-2

    When I try double-heading with the Santa Fe 2-10-2 (sf2-10-2.zip), the coupler between engines breaks. I don't think it's a BIN problem, but I'm not terribly sure; this usually happens climbing...
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