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LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
This was my model, not yours.
You must credit me, and everyone else who contributed to that model, or I will report you.
@ChuckZillaTime, @Operator011, and @The_King_of_Demons made the custom prints, and @Forge_ made the chair.
Again, if you don't credit them, I will report you.
My name is Lax_Swag5.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
I don't care what you say about me.
I'm not going to listen to people who are rude to others because of their wrongdoing.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Then why don't you try learning?
Stealing models isn't going to help!
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
1) You don't need to share your age

2) If you needed help, why didn't you ask?
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Yes, but please take all the models you copied down.
Don't take this one down until after I give you the information you need.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Yeah, so delete all your models except this one before an admin gets involved.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Try clicking on this.
Again, please don't delete this model until I tell you to, because I'm still finding more useful links.
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
Hey @trainboy33! Pls Dont Copy Models Its Bad And Wrong I May Have Done That Before But I Credited The Owners Do The Same Or Take All Your Models Down!
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
And 2nd Im Gonna Have To Get Stas Or Scrubs If You Don't Listen
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Phantom, please stop.
If you couldn't tell, they went from 36 models to 4 models.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
I'm not talking because I'm trying to type of a primer for new users, so could you be patient?
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
What do you mean by the question mark?
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
I'm not talking because I'm trying to type of a primer for new users, so could you be patient? What Does That Mean?
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Which part is confusing?
I'm saying that I'm not commenting because I am typing a primer for newer Mecabricks users.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Yeah, I'm getting to that. My comment should be posted soon.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
@trainboy33: Just a quick question. Do you know what that logo on my shirt stands for?
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Notice that this was written by @djm, not me.

This primer provides a brief introduction on how to use the MecaBricks Workshop. It is a simple "how to get started" guide. As such, it describes only a small amount of the MecaBrick workshop's capabilities - enough to whet your appetite and want to come back for more. The primer is presented as a sequence of 10 steps, with each step assuming the previous step has been undertaken. Each step is formed by some descriptive text and one or more screenshots.If you are used to using either Lego Digital Designer (LDD) or Mike's LEGO CAD (MLCAD) to design your model, note that a slight mindset shift will be required when using MecaBricks. It's not a big difference but it may be enough to have you scratching your head to begin with. Attention will be drawn to the difference at an appropriate point in the primer.

The MecaBricks workshop can be trialed without the need to create an account. This primer assumes that you have you browser opened and are already in the MecaBricks workshop. If you aren't, please navigate to http://www.mecabricks.com/en/workshop. So without further ado, here are the 10 steps that make up the primer for first time users.

1) Pick a colour
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Figure 1 - Pick a Colour


The lower part of your browser window is where you select the part that you want to add. There is a pop-up list which categorizes the parts. When you pick a category, the list of available parts will change to reflect the chosen category.

Begin by picking the colour that you want the part to be, Click on a colour in the bottom right hand side of the window (see Figure 1). Note that if a part is selected when you choose a colour, the colour of the selected part will change. When you are looking to add a part which is different to the colour shown on the colour palette, ensure that no part is selected prior to selecting the colour.

2) Add a Part
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Figure 2 - Part Loading


Use the forward and backward icons on each end of the list of part images to view the parts available within the selected category. When you see the part you want, click on it. You may see a "progress" indicator displayed while the part loads (see Figure 2).

3) Part Placed at the Origin
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Figure 3 - Part placed


The first part will be placed at the origin (X, Y and Z co-ordinate of 0, 0, 0). Notice the three differently coloured arrows near the brick. Each part will have one of these and it will be displayed when the part is selected. The red arrow points along the part's X axis, the green arrow points along the part's Y axis and the blue arrow points along the part's Z axis. You will see the impact rotating a piece has on these arrows in step 9. It is also worth noting that in the bottom left hand corner is a similar (but smaller) red, green and blue axis indicator. These are used to indicate the current orientation of the view of the model being built. When you rotate the view, this indicator will rotate correspondingly.

4) Moving a Part
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Figure 4 - Moving a Part


LDD/MLCAD mindset shift. The way a part is moved in the MecaBricks workshop is different to that for LDD and MLCAD. You move a brick by moving the mouse onto the axis for the direction which you want to move the brick (see figure 4). The arrow will change colour to yellow. Click and hold the left mouse button down and drag the part in the direction which you want it to move.

5) Select the Next "Target" Point
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Figure 5 - Select First Target Point


The currently selected brick is drawn in red. When you move the mouse over the selected brick, it will turn blue and display some orange points. One use for these points is to determine where the next part will be added. When you position the mouse over one of the points, the point will turn green. Clicking the left mouse button will "lock in" the point as the target point.

6) Add the Second Part
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Figure 6 - Add Second Part


Pick the next part to be added by selecting an appropriate part category, scrolling to the desired part and clicking on the desired part. The part will be added to the model using the target point of the currently selected part. If a part on the model is not selected when the new part is picked, the new part will be added at the model's origin (0, 0, 0).

7) Select the Next "Target" Point
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Figure 7 - Select Second Target Point


Just as with step 5), a target point is selected on the newly added part. Notice that a target point has an X, Y, Z orientation, just like a part has. The axis orientation for a target point may differ from that for the part (see Figure 7).

8 ) Add the Third Part
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Figure 8 - Add Third Part


Pick the next part to be added by selecting an appropriate part category, scrolling to the desired part and clicking on the desired part. The part will be added to the model using the target point of the currently selected part (see Figure 8 ).

9) Rotate the Part
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Figure 9a - Part Rotation #1


Having placed a part, the arrow keys can be used to quickly rotate the part by 45 degrees along different axes. Pressing the right arrow key once will rotate the part clockwise around the Y axis (see figure 9a) (assuming the viewpoint for the rotation is looking towards the part's axes origin).

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Figure 9b - Part Rotation #2


Pressing the right arrow key a second time will rotate the part clockwise another 45 degrees around the Y axis (see figure 9b).

The key combinations to rotate a part around an axis are;
Left arrow - Anti-clockwise rotation around the Y-axis
Right arrow - Clockwise rotation around the Y-axis
Up arrow - Anti-clockwise rotation around the X-axis
Right arrow - Clockwise rotation around the X-axis

"Show Me The Edges"
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Figure 10 - "Show Me The Edges"


It is possible to change the way in which parts are displayed. For example, edges can be added to the model (see Figure 10), which you may find will make it easier to see individual parts.

Conclusion
The MecaBricks workshop is a powerful CAD tool for LEGO. This primer has touched on a few of its capabilities. You are encouraged to explore and experiment further to discover more about it.
This was written by @djm, not me.

Here are some shortcuts
Global
Ctrl + S - Save
Ctrl + Z - Undo
Ctrl + Y - Redo

Viewport and Graph Panel
A - Select all / Deselect all
B - Start box select tool. Elements in the box will be added to the selection. Press shift to remove them
C - Take viewport screenshot
D - Clone selection
E - Show/Hide empty panel
F - Flexible Part Tool (only active for flexible parts like rubber band, flex tube, etc.)
H - Hide selection
ALT + H - Show everything
I - Invert selection
J - Group selection
Alt + J - Ungroup selection
L - Show/Hide lamp panel
M - Toggle between translation and rotation gizmo
P - Select pivot point
Q - Toggle between small, medium and large transformation grid
R + (X or Y or Z) + numerical value - Rotation along selected axis in the global or local space
S - Select snap point
T + (X or Y or Z) + numerical value - Translation along selected axis in the global or local space
V - Toggle between Global and Local Space
W - Display selection tools
Z - Toggle between shaded, shaded with edges and wireframe mode

CTRL + Left Click - Add or remove element to or from the selection

NUMPAD 8 or 2 - Translate along Z axis
NUMPAD 4 or 6 - Translate along X axis
Page Up or Page Down - Translate along Y axis

← or → - Rotate selection 45° along Y axis
↑ or ↓ - Rotate selection 45° along X axis
Home or End - Rotate selection 45° along Z axis (keys next to page up and page down keys on an apple keyboard)

Esc - Deactivate selected tool / Cancel rotation or translation
Ctrl + Click - Add or remove a part/group to the selection

Numpad 5 - Toggle between Perspective and Orthographic projection
Numpad 9 - Toggle between Turntable and Trackball orbit style
Numpad 0 - Reset the position of the camera
Ctrl + Numpad 3 - Left view
Numpad 3 - Right view
Ctrl + Numpad 1 - Back view
Numpad 1 - Front view
Ctrl + Numpad 7 - Bottom view
Numpad 7 - Top view
Numpad . - Center selection or scene
Space - Change camera orientation

Del or Bak - Delete selection
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
The pictures are a little out of date, but I think you get the point.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
1) Unless you credit everyone who needs to be credited, then you should take this model down.

2) Maybe change your bio to be a little less rude?
jlj7
2 months ago
@trainboy33 @Lax_swag5 and @MultiNinjaX are right. your copying everyones builds and making them mad
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
@jlj7: Why did you even have to say anything?
jlj7
2 months ago
idk
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
Because, if you couldn't tell, this was all resolved.
jlj7
2 months ago
well should i exist on mecabricks because i feel like i shouldnt care i almost have 200 vies anymore
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
You See @jlj7 @Lax_Swag5 Hates People For Talking On Something That He Is Resolving
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
Yes It Is Like The Time @vegan360 Said He Would Quit
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
Lax Right Now Your Startin To Get On My Nerves
jlj7
2 months ago
vegan360 was just copying he wasnt gonna quit
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
@jlj7: Yeah, vegan copied my speech, and he was breaking the rules, but that's all in the past.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
@jlj7: Sorry if I seemed rude.
It's not that I'm hating on people, I'm just trying not to start a fight/argument.
jlj7
2 months ago
im ignoring if your making fun of lax ninja
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
I don't understand why you're getting mad at me.
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
@jlj7: Thanks. After all, that's what friends are for, right?
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
AHA! You Are Not My Friend I Knew It! I Always Know Whos A Friend And Whos Not
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
Your Not Friends With Me Your Only Friends With Cool People And Good People With Real Imagination
jlj7
2 months ago
im talking to ninja btw if you think im talking to you
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
*Cries* I Knew I Didn't Have Friends
jlj7
2 months ago
whatever ninja maybe hes not ur friend but u can stop talking about this
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
Hey Guys Im Back Wait Who Typed This?
LaxsCCStudios
2 months ago
@jlj7: I am his friend, but if he doesn't want to be friends with me, that's his choice, not mine. I still don't understand why he's mad at me.
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
Guys Who Typed This Message Who? SOMEONE IS HACKING MY ACCOUNT!
CyrusStudio
2 months ago
First Lax I Am Not Mad At You Why Would I Be? And 2nd I Need To Change My Password
trainboy33
2 months ago
thx everyone for liking my build
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