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Old 02-28-2011, 05:36 PM
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It appears that all the Semroc balsa turnings are now up on the Designer. I am guessing you could cover pretty well any base now either through modification or scaling. Now wasn't the Titan III a BT-70???
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Very nice. Thanks for loading all the cones Carl. I went ahead and deleted the Sergeant cone I didn't like and renamed the other to proper naming standard.
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And I deleted an early version of the Vostok nose and tried to renumber my Shenzhou noses according to the Semroc numbering conventions.

And in case I forget later: Thanks Carl. I know this must be alot of work.
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Not sure if this happens as I did not want to try it. Shouldn't the "delete" be limited to those designs that you created? I would not want to delete a Semroc cone by accident.
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Not sure if this happens as I did not want to try it. Shouldn't the "delete" be limited to those designs that you created? I would not want to delete a Semroc cone by accident.

That is not a problem. I do not really delete anything. I just mark the record as 'Deleted' so the SQL search does not find it. I can change the flag manually to recover deleted items. Also, each SAM# has a separate directory and can only modify and delete those in the corresponding area.
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Good enough. Filed as Deleted works for me.
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