Completed Wharf jack Winch
Posted 04 August 2012 - 04:34 AM
If anyone is interested in my cockpit and how it was constructed, here is the link http://www.orbxsyste...-for-a-cockpit/
USA/Canada - PNW FSS0063121 - NRM FSS0088873 - PF FSS0088873 - CRM FSS0116264 - SAK FSS0252551 - NCA FSS0276900 -
AU SP3 FSS0029711- NZSI FSS0135350 - NZNI FSS0174951 - NZMF FSS0194313 - NZQN FSS0238448
EU England & Wales FSS0217557 - Scotland FSS0218196 -
Global FSS0240248 - Vector FSS0256493 -
FSX Go Tweak & Launch FSS0114479 - Lancair IV-P FSS0112229 -
Win 7 home Premium 64bit; Intel i7-950 3.03GHZ 8mb;Gigabyte x58A-UD3R motherboard:Evga Geforce GTX460 Superclocked 1GB ddr5 763MHZ/gpu?3899Mhz;
OCZ Gold 2g DDR3 1333MHZ ram (x 4, 8g) Lg gh22ns50 22x sata inturnal DVD writer; 512GB SSD (for sims); 64GB SSD (for OS); WD caviar black 1TB sata 3 GB/s HD (for downloads & storage);
850w power supply; Main screen 42" LG HD LCD TV + 3 19" attached to a TripleHead2Go. Used solely for P3Dv2 and associated Programmes. (I have no idea what most of that means )
"For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you will long to return."
Leonardo de Vinci
"It never worries me when I get a little lost. All I do is change where I'm going."
Posted 04 August 2012 - 07:48 AM
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Posted 04 August 2012 - 08:05 AM
Thermaltake Armor LCS VE2000 case ,Intel Core i7, 930 Asus Rampage Extreme 111.Patriot Viper 6GB DDR ,Corsair Hydro H70 CPU Cooler,,Gamers Extreme 1KW Power Supply,,Gainward GeForce GTX 480 Graphics Card,1xVelociraptor 150GB WD1500 10,000rpm ,1x Velociraptor 300 Gb 10,000 rpm,1x 500GB SATA Drive,Windows7 64bit ultimate,[email protected]
FSX with Acceleration.
FSGlobal 2010 FTX Edition,Terrain Mesh for FSX used in FTX Global.
REX Essential OD, REX 4 Direct, JV ENB, Nvidia inspector.
Posted 04 August 2012 - 08:39 AM
Posted 04 August 2012 - 09:21 AM
Thanks again really enjoying this work going up to Sechelt next week for some research and once completed will share both the completed scene and all the components to make your own. The entire scene is composed of 5 basic wharfing components with various swappable textures and the embellishments. For instance the next section to be installed on the Porpoise Bay Sechelt area the "Royal Reach Marina" component was assembled in 10 minutes in Gmax.
By the Way it is fun docking the Beaver and pivoting to face back out for takeoff between the West Coast Doc and the public Gov Wharf with just momentum, by the way for an obstacle I am working on a motorized barge to pull up beside the Wharf jack then linger and motor off (if I can figure it out) for an obstacle. So as soon as I figure out how to wrap it up in a package it will be available.
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