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  1. By now there's multiple procedural parts generation mods that allow fully custom rocket and spaceplane designs. However, I'm yet to see one that tailors towards more graceful fuselage design for aircraft. I doubt I'm the first to think of this, but I haven't yet found any topics that discuss this. The would only feature one part - a regular procedural fuel tank. Users can edit the same properties that current procedural parts mods allow, such as textures, width, length, part type (fuel, structural, battery, etc), and so on. However, the following customisation options would also be i
  2. Hello people. I was trying to build a pretty weird craft, and came upon a behavior i was not expecting concerning the MK2 serie of fuselage parts. So, here is a first shot: I would expect this (line of mk2 fuselage rotated on their side) to show some lift on one side, probably to the right of the image given how i rotated the parts. But as the indicators show, there is no lift produced. Then, i rotated each fuselage to get a ring, and it was now producing lift... Shot: Close-up shot: It might be useful to know that on this shot, the root part
  3. It's been bugging me for awhile that, while larger, the Mk2 short liquid fuel fuselage has the same amount of fuel than the Mk1 one. Shouldn't it have a little bit more than that? If it doesn't, there's really no big advantage in using it instead of a Mk1.
  4. This challenge is really simple. You can use any 10 parts that are NOT a type of fuselage. You may use solid fuel boosters or external fuel tanks, but remember: you have a limit of 10 parts. You must be able to fly all the way to Duna and back . If you decide to upload a video of you doing the challenge, please put the following in the description: Challenge by *GGKSPMC* (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtLy17F1L83z3oqtcGWML4g) forum thread at (http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/134860-no-fuselage-challenge/) Badge ONLY PUT ON YOUR SIGNATURE AFTER YOU HAVE COMPL
  5. I've been thinking about some things lately, regarding part mods that include hull parts (as opposed to wing parts etc.) with cross sections that are not circular. The classic examples of such parts would be the stock Mk2 and Mk3 parts, which follow a standard set by Squad. Mk3 and the B9 HL hull parts fit each other - as I understand it this was a deliberate choice. Well, why not make this choice some more? The ability to add to parts produced by others makes sense, and can only improve the quality and flexibility of parts mods. As such, I propose setting down a standards board made up o
  6. So I keep running into situations where it would be useful to have some half length (and even quarter length) Mk1 1.25m jet fuel tanks, in the style of Porkjet's stuff. Are there any mods that have this? And if not, would it be hard to make it a mod? I feel as if it would only require taking the current model and scaling it down on one axis.
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