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    Arrow Free Scene: Mechanical Arm

    Someone asked if they could have this scene, so decided to give it away to everyone.

    It's nothing special, but if you want it, here it is!

    You can see the animation here.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    It's nothing special, but ...
    Oh, shaaaaahd-up.
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    Matt,

    Very generous of you... I remember the tut on how to do the welding joints on this rig.

    Thank you, as I learn so much from looking at the work of others.

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    wow thank you

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    Thank you Matt, very generous of you. Always lots to learn from other peoples work, time to dig out my spy glass.

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    Very cool; I had to something very similar about 6 months ago (a robotic arm that has a monitor attached). I wish I had it then as well!

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    Very well done, Matt! Thanks!
    BTW, are you in USA already?
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    Thanks Matt, looks very cool in VPR .
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    Yeah, that's great, Matt! It came out great - and I remember your welding tut also!

    Cheers!

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    That is awesome! Thank you Matt.
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    Thanks very much for sharing this!

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    Thanks Matt!

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    I'm rather late to the party. But thanks Matt
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    I probably have this sat in a folder somewhere already waiting for me to check it out, but I grabbed it again just in case.

    Looks very nice, thanks for sharing.
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    thanks matt, I think I can learn some tips about your materials

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