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Yamaha R1 (RN04) Lower yoke that I mount on my Yamaha TRX 850.
More info on my blog http://thetrxproject.blogspot.com.es/search/label/r1 yokes
Congratulations! Your model is included as one of today’s "Featured Content: Staff Picks" on the home page – www.3dvia.com/
It’s great to see you modeling again Marcos! Folks should really check out the Gallery, in particular the hand-done drawing of the part necessary before modeling could start. Looks like it will be a beautiful casting!
Thanks a lot!! I´m proud of that. I glad you like it!!
You’re welcome!I hope the project is still progressing. We haven’t seen anything in a while. You seem to be the type of guy who probably has a dozen projects all going at the same time. :D
Congratulations Marcos! Your model is included in the Top 10 – 140 blog with pictures and links to your model.
Go to www.3dvia.com/blog/3dvia-top-10-3d-models-140-four-years/ to check it out!
Hi Don, excuse the delay I don´t know why, but I do not realized about this top ten. A lot of thanks again, little bit later but always thankful. It´s a great honor for me being between all of these great modellers. Keep the good job with 3dvia!!. http://thetrxproject.blogspot.com.es/2013/03/late-thanks-to-3dvia.html
About the projects I have in place you are right. I have started more projects than I can manage , my Yamaha TRX 850, my friend David´s Vespa (Almost finished), my last acquisition an a Honda NSR 125 that I started to model some tools and parts that soon I will publish, the mini lathe…. , I have not always the time or the money to take them out. But I try….
No problem! I often find messages months after they were sent. :} Your modeling is excellent and the way you share your process is really valuable to everyone.
With better weather on the way, I’m sure that you’ll be eager to hit the road more than the tool box, but that’s another good reason to get some of those projects ready! :)