New Light Standard Design... I hope...

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someone else had to sneak a preview
Little Ted lives the life of Riley! Your yard is like a doggie amusement park! Look at all those toys and place for him to lift a leg. :ya:weee
 

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3D lamp posts are better suited for dogs. They won’t corrode like metal poles if those friendly chaps come often to pay ‘one leg lift’ visits. :p
 

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and place for him to lift a leg.
They won’t corrode like metal poles if those friendly chaps come often to pay ‘one leg lift’ visits
It’s a rite of passage, he has peed on both my lamps now so they have pissed the test, like a Certificate of Authentication… 2 Genuine Acme lamps..
Question:- @Artur5, Why don’t you use a nice Avatar…:hu
 

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I've just found this thread after being away from the forum for a while. It's brilliant, especially following the step by step history of the lamppost's creation:thumbsup

What tool did you use for the design?
 

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This was my only go to App..

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In that case, I'm even more impressed with your design. I use OpenScad myself. It suits me. But I've not used it to design works of art like your lamppost. I thought that would be just too difficult for that kind of application.
 

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With my limited capabilities, I taught so too, but wonders never cease…:lol:
I tried and stayed at it, and that was the results..:hu
 

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I just looked at and glazed over :th It took me back to the first day I switched on my first PC and the DOS prompt appeared and I thought "what do I do now" :he

I assume you can't actually draw anything, it's all done using command lines like cylinder(r=10);

Or have I missed the obvious?
 

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Canon were, BUT 3D are better.
I assume you can't actually draw anything, it's all done using command lines like cylinder(r=10);
That’s what I do, armed only with a Calliper tool… O’ and I sometime engage my brain..:D
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99% of this is all in my imagination and you know how dodgy that can get…:fl
 
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