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Old December 5th, 2010, 12:56 PM
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My new cargo containers.

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Cool! What are the dimensions?
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Very nice
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They'd look nice carried by my freighter
~3000dtons loaded
80 x 10dton cargo containers
2 x 50dton shuttles



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older pics...I really should update stuff more often
the second pic has a lo-poly man to show the scale
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Very sharp, man. Good stuff.
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I really like the textures. The procedurals on the sides of the containers seem a bit like vertical lines. I like how the lighting works with the textures as well.
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Cool! What are the dimensions?
2.65 x 2.65 x 5.75m (3dt). Small enough to actually fit into a ship, be moved, secured, etc.
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2.65 x 2.65 x 5.75m (3dt). Small enough to actually fit into a ship, be moved, secured, etc.

Nice work.
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If I may ask, is there anything considered canon regarding whether standard shipping containers are vacuum safe/hard-space durable ?

That said, would the container's volume be less due to outer surface thickness or internal insulation ?

And are 'space-worthy' containers rated for proof against various radiations and-or micrometeorite penetration ?
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Probably covered in GT:FT.
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