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    Default System Scaffold - Temporary Bridge (rendering inside)

    Hey everyone,
    I have been using this site for about 5-6 months. I started off with very little experience, but now my design skills in 3D are getting better.

    I wanted to share with the community my latest achievement! Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

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    Forgot to upload these renderings as well!
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    Hi spat.
    Whats your gap distance?. Cos was wondering why not beam straight over with numours rows of beams thats braced and tranned proporley. That would save all the scaffolding required underneath.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scaffy 1980 View Post
    Hi spat.
    Whats your gap distance?. Cos was wondering why not beam straight over with numours rows of beams thats braced and tranned proporley. That would save all the scaffolding required underneath.
    there4s fek all in that scaffy marra wid layher #doddle
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