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I Made A Miramar RC Car Body

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Fredr3x, Nov 12, 2021.

  1. Fredr3x

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    257mm long, 190mm wide Miramar suitable for any chassis of the same size. What you do from here is 3D print it and vacuum form the body :)
     

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  2. Agent_Y

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    Did you just take the Miramar model and resize it? Or was there more done to it? Doesn't seem like there was, you left the shading issues from the original
     
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  3. Yash_gamin144

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    how about you make this a mod? like the rc covet mod someone made a long time ago.
     
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  4. Fredr3x

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    Basically, I just took everything from the original game that I want to use, now I am patching up all of the grilles to make it be 3D printable. I don’t have too much knowledge in this, the only other thing I have made in Blender is an open top I Series which is mostly finished.
     
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  5. TacoDoritos

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    this is awesome
     
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  6. arquanin

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    I don't think he just resized the model. In order to be able to print a 3d model, it has to be manifold.
    If you don't know what this means, let's take a cube that's like 0.000000...0000001 cm thin and a plane. The slicer won't be able to slice correctly the plane, but it will be able to slice the cube.
    Why ?
    Because the cube is manifold, or sealed, meaning it is completely closed, compared to a plane wich basically has only one side, wich is impossible in real life.
    For video game's 3d models, it is often a pain to print them as they are non-manifold, meaning you have duplicated vertices, or faces aren't facing the correct direction.
    Then you have to apply a thickness modifier to the model, or else it's just a plane shaped like a car with no thickness.
     
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  7. CaptainZoll

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    beamng's models pretty much are already sealed though.
     
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  8. GearHead1

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    They're making an IRL miramar RC car, not an ingame one.
     
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