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    Here's where I'm at with R2
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    Nice detailing there, just need to model a Kenny Baker mesh to go inside it.


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    This is fantastic work! Love your website too.

    Hope you make a whole line of Incom products in the future.
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    Nice detailing there, just need to model a Kenny Baker mesh to go inside it.

    With all the awesome detail going into this sucker, I'd be disappointed if there were no Kenny Baker in it!
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    I don't think my version will have room for Kenny.
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    As I attempt to build my CG R2 for the X-wing, I realized I would have a lot of
    part. I decided to use the same scheme I started with the X-wing with the
    addition of part numbers, broke down into assemblies, sub-assemblies, unit
    assemblies and parts.

    After some research I found that not all R2 parts have official names.
    Keeping what I knew, I took some artistic license and started naming parts. I'd
    like to know if there are any official names I might have missed. Panels I
    believe might have other uses I make AES. Please keep in mind my goal of
    believability.

    http://www.incomcorp.net/PDF/R2-D2%20Callouts.pdf
    Synclair Hyqs
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    Thanks to the great work done at the R2-D2 Builders Club, my new calculations for R2's size (converted to centimeters,) is complete. I will come back to finish R2 once the outer views of the X-wing are complete.
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    Playing around with presentations.
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    thats really cool, that exploded view makes me want to believe its a real engine
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    step three ~ realize i'm trying to drink from an empty coffee cup and 2 hours have passed.

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