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I got a request for another racetrack, so I added WATKINS GLEN.
I was thinking about re-decorating my apartment - spicing-up these old cupboards and lockers or some new pictures on the wall.
As I am a huge motorsports fan it might be a nice idea to print some silhouettes of the world's most famous racetracks for that.
So, after some research I designed printable models of 20 racetracks:
Isle of Man
Red Bull Ring
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I will take look at the profile at the weekend and see what I can do.
I have found elevations for both long and short tracks and have added them with a CSV file.
Please let me know how you go.
Thank you so so much again.
WG Short course? Like the one that NASCAR uses?
No problem - done!
This is awesome ! Thank you so much.
Ok, I'll go to work and find the profile.
In the meantime could I ask another favour, could you please possibly do
the same for the Watkins Glen Short course? attached.
PS... I bought a small CR-10 3D printer and am starting to use tinkercad,
yes, yes I know very basic, but hey it's a start :) at some ppoint though
would love to learn Fusion 360, but it;s super expensive at this point.
Watkins Glen added!
For a non CAD guy the design of an elevation profile is quite a challenge . I can do it, but I need the elevation profile. That means I need to know what the height of the track is e.g. every 100m.
This is an example of a usefull profile:
If you can give me such a profile, I will see, what I can do.
That would be awesome regarding Watkins Glen. Thank you so much.
Regarding three dimenson profile for say Bathurst and Watkins Glen :), I
don't understand... is this something you can do, or can you show me how?
1) Watkins Glen? No problem - just give me some time. Maybe I can do it at the weekend.
2) Do you have an elevation profile of Bathurst? Then you can create a threedimensional spline. This will be the spine curve for a loft with a simple line as profile curve.
Great work :)
- can you possibly include Watkins Glen race track, please...
- I'd like to tinker around and see if I can add some elevations to Bathurst. Would you have any thoughts on how best to do this?