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    Default Bombardier ALP-45DP

    Hey,
    You might already have seen this in the development screenshots thread.
    I have modeled the dual-powered ALP-45 locomotive.
    Here are some information about the real thing:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ALP-45DP
    I already have a N/B, too, so I thought to start a thread on this
    However, my N/B does work but not as good as I wish... I asked Lifter and let's see if he has time and wants to help me out a bit.
    Here are some screenshots of my model and the current N/B (couplers and pantograph do not work...).
    Now I'm working on the interior mesh and obviously N/B.
    Hope to see some more trains in RoR
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBoy View Post
    Hey,
    You might already have seen this in the development screenshots thread.
    I have modeled the dual-powered ALP-45 locomotive.
    Here are some information about the real thing:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ALP-45DP
    I already have a N/B, too, so I thought to start a thread on this
    However, my N/B does work but not as good as I wish... I asked Lifter and let's see if he has time and wants to help me out a bit.
    Here are some screenshots of my model and the current N/B (couplers and pantograph do not work...).
    Now I'm working on the interior mesh and obviously N/B.
    Hope to see some more trains in RoR
    Woow very nice

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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    fesait his long time since I had no locomotive to this forum

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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    I <3 you bigboy! it's amazing! i saw it on dev screens, but I haven't seen this progress yet. I <3 your trains!
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Thanks!
    N/B V2, works 100% better
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    That's nice, with trains we will get one more vehicle type for ROR

    BTW, what rail system do you use?
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    That looks great.
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Awesome!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZI6IvlVe_Q ╭∩╮(︶︿︶)╭∩╮

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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Creak: I'm using meshed tracks
    Last pic for today
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Sweet double header! Do you think track signals could eventually be scripted to work, if train development continues?
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Looking great as usual, and I hope it continues like that. Nice to finally see some progress on trains in RoR!

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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Update:
    - placed more meshes:
    > fully animated bogies (suspension etc.)
    > animated fans on roof
    > animated brakes
    - made some modular tracks:
    > can be layed just like a road with editor, simply rename "road" to "48b4aUID-10mstraight"
    > releasing them here: Feel free to add a nice train track to whatever terrain you want (we need some terrains with tracks! )
    > make sure not to make corners too sharp, otherwise trains might derail
    > other track parts like bridges and switches will be added later on
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Hey BigBoy, How do you get the Bombardier onto the tracks?
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Looking great! You never seis to amaze!

    Scania, I hope you know the train itself in not released he just released the tracks. Now if you are just asking in general how to put the train on the tracks when its released then I to am wondering the same!

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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Thank you
    It has a node in the middle so just give the coordinates of a track pices and it will exactly spawn on the tracks.

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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Quote Originally Posted by wrenchyf4 View Post
    Looking great! You never seis to amaze!

    Scania, I hope you know the train itself in not released he just released the tracks. Now if you are just asking in general how to put the train on the tracks when its released then I to am wondering the same!
    I know it's not released. But thanks BigBoy for telling. (Look Down)
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Looks good. Do the meshed rails work as good as slidenodes?

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    Hey man, nice work!
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Pantographs are working
    To do:
    - model cab and animated it
    - lights/flares
    - custom GUI
    - add some more sounds
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    Default Re: Bombardier ALP-45DP (Yes, a train :) )

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBoy View Post
    Pantographs are working
    To do:
    - model cab and animated it
    - lights/flares
    - custom GUI
    - add some more sounds
    That is so nice!!

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