Saturday, October 17, 2015 2015-01 Parts Update Now Available

The LDraw team has sent us the following announcement:

The 2015-01 LDraw Parts Update has now been released. This update includes 502 new files in the core library, including 338 new parts and 34 new primitives.

This update includes an unusually large, but welcome, proportion of improved and corrected parts. This is largely due to the work of Roland Melkert with the 'libfix version' of LDCad. Significant effort has also been expended by Magnus Forsberg to inline dithered colour subfiles (a now obsolete technique). Most of the obsoleted subfiles will be released in a future update.

You can preview the new parts in 2015-01 and download the update from the Latest Parts page.

The LDraw Team

Happy (virtual) building!


Seaweed 99 said...

When will the Reverse build competition start. should bring some liveliness to this blog.

Fernando Correia said...

@Seaweed 99

I do not intend to do the TechREVERSE Challenge this year...
I've not been very good to deliver on my compromises lately, so I do not want to break them again. Work and family has taken almost all my time unfortunately.
Also by this time there are already plenty of details about the new 1H2016 small sets, which would make the challenge, not a challenge anymore. :)

I will try to find a different kind of challenge for the future, which would not require so much of my time.

Seaweed 99 said...

Ok Well thanks.

"Use technology, don't let it use you"

Don't know if it is a quote but sounds like one. :)

That is ok. I know how you feel. technology is so time consuming.

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