Unofficial File parts/s/15537s01.dat
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0 ~Glass For Train Front  6 x 14 x  7.333 - Half
0 Name: s\15537s01.dat
0 Author: Ulrich Röder [UR]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Subpart
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

0 // Main

0 BFC INVERTNEXT
Status:
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Size: 37641 bytes
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Glass For Train Front 6 x 14 x 7.333
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Download: parts/15537.dat
File reviews and updates:
At Sat Feb 1 15:00:02 2020, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: UR
At Sat Feb 1 15:35:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: UR
At Mon Feb 3 17:55:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: UR
At Thu Feb 6 09:05:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: UR
At Sun Feb 16 18:10:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
Missing an edge here:
2 4 41.5 10.5 -37.75 10 10.5 -37.75

It might be true to the shape in LDD, but IMO the glass surface should be recessed.
http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/dugmence/60051/dscn2465.jpg

At Fri Jul 10 19:30:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: UR
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At Sun Jul 26 09:55:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
It is still missing this edgeline:
2 5 10 10.5 -37.75 41.5 10.5 -37.75

Long thin gaps here:
2 12 39.275 10.5 -37.75 10 7.49 -37.504
2 12 10 7.49 -37.504 0 7.5 -37.5

This could be simplified, use 1-4chrd instead:
4 11 6 13 -33.75 6 13 -40.25 0 12.942 -46.891 0 13 -27.75
4 11 6 10.5 -33.75 6 10.5 -37.75 6 13 -40.25 6 13 -33.75

Why so many empty lines?
Lots of unrounded vertices.

Edges on this primitive should be made by a primitive.
Why are they rotated? Only the slope needs to be rotated. And it is too tall.

At Sun Jul 26 12:20:02 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
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At Sun Jul 26 14:45:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
Still unmatched:
2 12 5 7.495 -37.502 10 7.49 -37.5
2 12 5 7.5 -32.5 5 7.495 -37.502

The last of my comments was a bit confusing. Right?
You could use an edge prim on this cylinder. And the slope prim is to long.
1 16 37.5 19 -47.3 2.475 0 -2.475 0 -1 0 2.475 0 2.475 4-4disc.dat
At Sun Jul 26 16:25:01 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: UR
Comments:
At first I thought the bottle of single malt last night must have been pretty damn good;)
Then I suspected that you meant this "thing" ...

Hmm ... I must have lost the edgeprime unnoticed during an operation .... I assume that edger2 later shot the things one by one ..
That I rotated the cyli / disc with the cyls, doesn't that technically matter?
The polygons are then congruent .... I see no disadvantage. At best, "partsnapping" occurs to me ... right?

* cyls shortened
* edgeprime
* cyli / disc turned back
* points matched

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At Tue Jul 28 10:25:01 2020, the following review was posted:

Reviewer: MagFors
Certification: hold
Comments:
Looks like you adjusted the old, unshrunk subfile. The glass surface is back to the wrong position.

It is always better to work with unrotated circular primitives. Rounding of a rotated prim will introduce tiny gaps, unmatched vertices.
In this case it might actually be better to rotate all prims, since the sloped cyli has to be rotated. Sorry.
If I pick one of these, it looks like this. The difference is tiny, but real.
0 !LPE VERTEX 37.5 15 -43.8
0 !LPE VERTEX 37.5 15 -43.799855
At Tue Jul 28 14:50:02 2020, a new version of the file was submitted.
Submitted by: UR
Comments:
no problem Magnus ... all is well
... but that was exactly my basic idea to avoid incongruent points.
Although - in that case it is anyway installed in the invisible area after assembly and then in the model.

Oh yes! ... THAT was an own goal at its finest.
Had an old file flying around here and, completely tired, I overwritten the newer one ...
well ... just made everything anew.

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