How to 1LDU

e1m1e1m1 germanyMember Posts: 3
Hey, I am currently building a Diorama of Shadow Moses Island (Metal Gear Solid)

Now I am a little stuck.
For the Heliport I built a frame an I want to insert bricks that lay on their side, because I don't find another way to build a thin H sign. When I insert this Module into the heliportframe then I have the problem that the heliportframe is 1 LDU higher than my Module. Does anyone of you have a solution how I can reach 1 LDU so that the frame and the module have the same height, without compromising to much height of my diorama?

I could use 2*6 plates instead of 1*6 plates, but then I have to build the whole diorama a few LDUs heigher.

Comments

  • omniumomnium Brickenham, UKMember Posts: 767
    When I do this, instead of inserting into panels like that, I would build the whole "floor" on its side, using SNOT bricks to attach the red parts to the H section.
  • e1m1e1m1 germanyMember Posts: 3
    omnium said:
    When I do this, instead of inserting into panels like that, I would build the whole "floor" on its side, using SNOT bricks to attach the red parts to the H section.
    Is it possible to do the "module" with SNOT bricks?, 'cause if I am using 99780 or 99781 there still be an offset.
  • e1m1e1m1 germanyMember Posts: 3
    can I edit my posts?
    I think i found the solution for my initial problem, I'll take the green or pink solution until I get it solved with an SNOT-solution.
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 2,468
    ^ You can edit your posts for 6 minutes after you first post them. 
  • omniumomnium Brickenham, UKMember Posts: 767
    I'm talking about using only 1 x n bricks and 1 x n plates on their side. And using 1 x 1 bricks with studs on the side will allow you to attach plates at 90 degrees.

    So the whole base would be built on its side, just like the new #40333 GWP.
    dmcc0
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