New Design - Micro Standy

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Postby sqweaka » Mon Jun 29, 2009 12:17 pm

anymore details on this design... like it alot
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Re: New Design - Micro Standy

Postby Miriam C. » Mon Jun 29, 2009 6:13 pm

stomperxj wrote:I'd like to admit to you all that I have a problem. I can't seem to stop drawing trailers. I really enjoy it. Here's another one:

I have named it the Micro Standy but it is based on a German trailer I found called the Werferlinger LT9-200. It is a very compact design with a cool dinette setup. The original is only 6'6 long. I added a couple inches for bed length. I bet you could build one pretty light too...

Specs:
6'-8" long
6'-8" tall
5'-8" wide
5'-4" standing height
78x48 bed
Closet and small counter area
Room for a/c under the bed somewhere

I need to update a few things on it, change the length of the table and add windows but you get the idea...

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I like the compact trailers for some reason. Easy to tow and you can build them in a standard garage as most of the ones I draw are under 7' overall height...

Jess


:thinking: I was looking back over this and ---well huh!-- The standing height and the over all height are kinda outta whack. Did I miss something?
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Re: New Design - Micro Standy

Postby jagular7 » Tue Jun 30, 2009 12:40 pm

Miriam C. wrote:
stomperxj wrote:.....snip.....Specs:
6'-8" long
6'-8" tall
5'-8" wide
5'-4" standing height
78x48 bed
Closet and small counter area
Room for a/c under the bed somewhere
----------Snippity snip-----------


:thinking: I was looking back over this and ---well huh!-- The standing height and the over all height are kinda outta whack. Did I miss something?


Ground clearance?
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Postby Bill_Storey » Tue Jun 30, 2009 7:45 pm

Overall height, from ground to top of roof?
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Postby stomperxj » Tue Jun 30, 2009 7:57 pm

yes correct... Overall height from ground to top so it fits in a standard garage
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Postby sqweaka » Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:57 pm

sorry to drag this design back to the top but i really fancy building this one and could do with an idea as to the chassis to go under it, also in the photos it was based on it had what looks like a pop up roof on it. how could i consruct such a roof on this project?
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Postby Ageless » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:18 pm

Naver thought I'd see CATIA mentioned here; I used it for many years at Boeing. The price would be way over our needs. And not very user friendly.
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Postby sqweaka » Sat Sep 19, 2009 1:02 pm

Ageless wrote:Naver thought I'd see CATIA mentioned here; I used it for many years at Boeing. The price would be way over our needs. And not very user friendly.


sorry you have lost me :thinking:
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Postby Ageless » Sat Sep 19, 2009 1:39 pm

It was mentioned on page 1 CATIA Solidworks

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Developed by deSaulte in France for the original Mirage fighter; capable of extremely large data files. Very expensive
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Postby stomperxj » Sun Sep 20, 2009 2:52 am

sqweaka wrote:sorry to drag this design back to the top but i really fancy building this one and could do with an idea as to the chassis to go under it, also in the photos it was based on it had what looks like a pop up roof on it. how could i consruct such a roof on this project?


I can give you some PDFs of the basic dimensions of the frame and body if you want. That would give you a start at least...

Let me know


And i agree about CATIA. All the people i know that have used it have said its not user friendly at all...
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Postby TheOtherSean » Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:06 am

Cool little trailer. I like it.

As an aside, CATIA is sold by IBM in the US because of their alliance with Dassault. When we asked IBM sales reps for some information on their product life cycle management software, they instead spent most of their time trying to sell us on replacing our 3D systems corporate-wide with CATIA. This didn't go over very well, oddly enough....
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Postby sqweaka » Sun Sep 20, 2009 3:27 pm

"I can give you some PDFs of the basic dimensions of the frame and body if you want. That would give you a start at least..."

Let me know"

yes please :applause:
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Postby stomperxj » Sun Sep 20, 2009 3:56 pm

sqweaka wrote:"I can give you some PDFs of the basic dimensions of the frame and body if you want. That would give you a start at least..."

Let me know"

yes please :applause:


PM me your email address...
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Postby sqweaka » Wed Apr 21, 2010 11:36 am

been thinking of building one a micro standy for a while now since selling my teardrop at the end of last summer! i want something small in size but i like the idea of being able to stand up... the pic's posted of the one behind the trike looks like it has a pop up roof! that idea appeals to me i could then lower the roof hight slightly for towing.

any good ideas for doing a pop up roof to fit this design?

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Postby YuGun » Wed Apr 21, 2010 12:20 pm

That is very smart camper. I like it too.
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