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 Author: normann1974 View Messages Posted By normann1974
 Posted: Jun 13, 2019 11:38
 Subject: Note on 160ac* and 737ac* parts?
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Could a note be written on the 160ac* parts, specifically

[P=160ac01]
[P=160ac02]
 
Part No: 737ac01  Name: Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Same Color Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
* 
737ac01 (Inv) Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Same Color Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
Parts: Plate, Modified
 
Part No: 737ac02  Name: Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Blue Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
* 
737ac02 (Inv) Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Blue Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
Parts: Plate, Modified

, that although it's tempting to use the amount of magnet visible to guess
the variant (the current BrickLink images show a clear difference between amount
of magnet visible between the two types), it shouldn't be done, as this image
shows. Only the top part is the "long cylinder" variant.

/Jan
 
 Author: normann1974 View Messages Posted By normann1974
 Posted: Jun 13, 2019 11:42
 Subject: Re: Note on 160ac* and 737ac* parts?
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In Catalog Requests, normann1974 writes:
  Could a note be written on the 160ac* parts, specifically

[P=160ac01]
[P=160ac02]
 
Part No: 737ac01  Name: Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Same Color Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
* 
737ac01 (Inv) Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Same Color Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
Parts: Plate, Modified
 
Part No: 737ac02  Name: Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Blue Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
* 
737ac02 (Inv) Plate, Modified 2 x 4 with Train Coupler Open for Magnet with Blue Magnet Coupling, Train - 7mm Cylinder (737a / x547b)
Parts: Plate, Modified

, that although it's tempting to use the amount of magnet visible to guess
the variant (the current BrickLink images show a clear difference between amount
of magnet visible between the two types), it shouldn't be done, as this image
shows. Only the top part is the "long cylinder" variant.

/Jan

Also, the short cylinders are ~7 mm long, and the long cylinders are ~8 mm long.
 Author: normann1974 View Messages Posted By normann1974
 Posted: Jun 15, 2019 20:35
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  Also, the short cylinders are ~7 mm long, and the long cylinders are ~8 mm long.

I see that changes have been made to the part names. But how did 7mm become 6mm?

/Jan
 
 Author: randyf View Messages Posted By randyf
 Posted: Jun 16, 2019 00:53
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In Catalog Requests, normann1974 writes:
  
  Also, the short cylinders are ~7 mm long, and the long cylinders are ~8 mm long.

I see that changes have been made to the part names. But how did 7mm become 6mm?

/Jan

I'm sorry, Jan, I forgot to add that bit of knowledge to the name change
requests that I put in. I will get them renamed for you, again.

Cheers,
Randy
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In Catalog Requests, randyf writes:
  In Catalog Requests, normann1974 writes:
  
  Also, the short cylinders are ~7 mm long, and the long cylinders are ~8 mm long.

I see that changes have been made to the part names. But how did 7mm become 6mm?

/Jan

I'm sorry, Jan, I forgot to add that bit of knowledge to the name change
requests that I put in. I will get them renamed for you, again.

Cheers,
Randy

How do those look now, Jan?

Randy
 Author: normann1974 View Messages Posted By normann1974
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  I'm sorry, Jan, I forgot to add that bit of knowledge to the name change
requests that I put in. I will get them renamed for you, again.

Cheers,
Randy

How do those look now, Jan?

Randy

Excellent.

/Jan