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About MacLuky

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  1. Ah well, I tried fixing the arm on the Thor lander and take a look at the solar panels but have a hard time importing them in blender/unity. But other parts just need config tweaks indeed. The patch file that I posted in lion heads original thread has some fixes for probe attachments points and a bit of center of mass gets shifted around. I recall getting stuck at the wheels and stopped there ;-) If we can figure out the names of the colliders we can use KSPwheel to fix it.
  2. Most models are severely broken. Learning KSP wheel is on my list but I can't figure out the unity setup (yet)
  3. Actually working on a European based rocket / space vehicle. Not based on a real thing, but close enough. Borrowing from ESA, Proton, Dragon and Apollo inspiration.
  4. I tried wheels but got stuck on the unity setup. Took a step back and did fuel tanks > solar panels > engines > command pods > iva (still baffled at many points) Love to work on a rover, but don't feel I'm there yet. If I can help on a team or get inspired by their work I would love to work on that.
  5. So I've decided to merge the ESA Launchers here, it makes much more sense to have a single repo. I'm also adding Rosetta and Philea. They are far from finished, but frankly I am not sure if I will ever get there. There is weird stuff in the Rosetta core lander that keeps generating bugs that require complete rebuilds in unity which are just too painful. I could really appreciate a hand in fixing those. I'm focussing on a new project that will be a rocket pack, lets see how that turns out Oh grab the download here: Download ZIP
  6. Well the name gives it away ;-) it's the factor by which the model is scaled. Typically just leave it at 1 but if you want your part to be bigger you can go for 2. This does mean that the attachment points need to move by the same factor, and for fairness probably mass and cost etc too.
  7. Bit more progress Philae got a probe core and an attachable science package.
  8. Worked on the Rosetta lander gear:
  9. statistics only work in larger numbers, then again, we are talking probability, which works fine with gemini numbers
  10. Yes you can even pick up tourists and use a mun and minmus gravity assist to get thrown out of the system. If you pack 1500 dv you should be okay.
  11. Small update: I've figured out how solar panels work. (I think): Let me know what you think
  12. Nice! can you share the model? it will save me quite a bit of work
  13. Thanks for the feedback: The first issue is very strange, I'd be interested in a KSP.log of that occurrence. Diamant and Ariane 3-3: I feel silly, apparently I had both the development folder and the release folder in my test setup. Will fix asap! thanks for not only spotting it, but also providing the fix! Will rotate payload node of Ariane 5 asap and run some more tests. Nice! do you have dimensions, schematics etc? I think I can give this a go and make a more kerbal like version of it. fix is on GitHub master: Thanks
  14. Thanks, will make the patch optional and think about compressing the models so they are the same height