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Making of Titan - Side exploded view
Exploded view of Titan on LDD. It is now finished and you can now have a complete tour here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/252434
About this creation
Titan is now finished, and you can now see the result here: Titan - Nuclear Submarine - V5.2 - Director's Cut

I've originally made this LDD MOC just to try to give inspiration on the interior's crew quarter to a friend mounting his own vehicle.

On the pics, you can see I've a bit cheated about the number of bunk beds:
Originally, I designed 6 but this was for the 105 centimeters version of Titan, not the 148,5 one!

Later, I realised the crew had to be at least 16(a 8 men team is working while the other is having some rest...).

And the individual bunks are quite wide, so I told myself:
"Why not solving the problem considering you've got 12 beds, and not 6?"

The next time I unmount Titan here, I could fix this easily by enlarging the bunks just with 2*6 plates... But I'm not in a hurry!

In bonus, I've hidden all the side hull, so I took screenshots of the interior.

Please take a little time to comment!

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  April 17, 2013
You'd better still be active ;) I'm building a ballistic nuclear submarine arpt the moment! You so need to see it!
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  September 11, 2012
Aweseome Awesome awesome!!! Ive just inhereted boxes and boxes of legos. And all i want to build is a nuke sub. Are you willing to share your template?! Thanks
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  May 1, 2012
very good 5/5 I love all your creations. http://mocpages.com/moc.php/321493 look that it's my shooting model 1887 and it can shoot in real!!
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  April 21, 2012
J'adore ! Tout ces détails force l'admiration
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  March 16, 2012
sorry but i have to ask! how do you fit it in the bath?
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  January 22, 2012
Wow, I'd forgotten how great the interior of this thing is! creativity: 9/10 originality: 10/10 photography: 4/5 official rating: 5/5 part usage 6/10 TOTAL: 34/40
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  January 21, 2012
One of the better LDDs I've seen here. -LB Senior
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  January 20, 2012
Quoting simone poluzzi wooooowwww!!!! that's incredible! good design and i really like the LDD project! you great man! are you inspired by the german U-BOOT submarine?
Hello Simone and thanks! This submarine has been inspirated by the big modern nuclear submarines. I wanted to make a futuristic/modern one! The German U boot is smaller and have a different hull shape. Regards - Jay
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  January 19, 2012
wooooowwww!!!! that's incredible! good design and i really like the LDD project! you great man! are you inspired by the german U-BOOT submarine?
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  December 23, 2011
very nice work
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  December 1, 2011
How much did it cost to buy it?
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  September 27, 2011
Wow, so many details - you are crazy, man :-)) (like almost all of us). That's awesome! Do I see right, are you building in DESIGNbyME mode?
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  June 18, 2011
vraiment une super vue jay! tes details sortent tres bien!
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  June 17, 2011
Quoting Sebeus I Awesome, love this cross-section view, great job
Woups! I'm late! Thanks Dude!
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  June 14, 2011
Quoting morthen poulsen great job, i like that you can see the very detailed intinor , and the torpedo hacth
Thanks!
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  June 14, 2011
Quoting Graaf Pieter Those bunks are pretty neat... so is all the detail.
Thanks!
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  June 14, 2011
great job, i like that you can see the very detailed intinor , and the torpedo hacth
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  June 14, 2011
Awesome, love this cross-section view, great job
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  June 14, 2011
Those bunks are pretty neat... so is all the detail.
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  June 14, 2011
Those bunks are pretty neat... so is all the detail.
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  June 10, 2011
Quoting ThunderT0D :) I've always wanted to see it like this! I can see every thing much more clearly. This is still awesome!
Thanks T0D!
  June 10, 2011
I've always wanted to see it like this! I can see every thing much more clearly. This is still awesome!
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  June 10, 2011
Quoting christophe corthay et justement..... en toute honnêteté, si tu l'avais fait ouvert comme ça ben ça serait super méga top... quand on voit tout le "travail' que tu as fais à l'intérieur j'ai trouvé dommage que tu le caches.... Attention !! il est énorme ton sub mais vu comme ça en LDD il serait encore plus méga top énorme giga cool sa race si tu l'avais laissé ouvert...
Je sais bien que vous voudriez tout pouvoir voir sur le modèle en briques, mon cher Chistophe! Mais même si ce fut possible en "3D", le résultat sur des trappes latérales serait resté incertain en "vraies briques"!!! A la base, je voulais eviter une "GROSSE" catastrophe au montage! =)
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  June 10, 2011
Quoting Anders T cool. I like the oldschoolness of the build, have you thought of twisting and turning bricks? the latest LDD is quite good at that. check out my HMS Ontario and Heinkel 111 to see what I'm talkin' about.
Thanks! I didnt know yet that technic when I designed Titan! Maybe i'll try later on a boat!
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  June 10, 2011
Quoting El Barto ! "Watch where you shoot...Missiles don't take kindly to bullets." Awesome cross section!
Ah ah ah! Thanks El Barto!
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  June 10, 2011
Quoting Tommy Mizzone Its cool to be able to see the inside! The interior is a little bit like mine! =)
;-)
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  June 10, 2011
Quoting JS Can Wow, I think I like the LDD more than the real thing because you can see so much more detail. Thanks for adding this.
You're welcome JS! Now, everybody can see almost every details! Especially the opened control room! I'm satisfied with my actual Titan, I think it would have been complicated to put some convenient and invisible hatches on the side...
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  June 10, 2011
"Watch where you shoot...Missiles don't take kindly to bullets." Awesome cross section!
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  June 10, 2011
Its cool to be able to see the inside! The interior is a little bit like mine! =)
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  June 10, 2011
et justement..... en toute honnêteté, si tu l'avais fait ouvert comme ça ben ça serait super méga top... quand on voit tout le "travail' que tu as fais à l'intérieur j'ai trouvé dommage que tu le caches.... Attention !! il est énorme ton sub mais vu comme ça en LDD il serait encore plus méga top énorme giga cool sa race si tu l'avais laissé ouvert...
  June 9, 2011
cool. I like the oldschoolness of the build, have you thought of twisting and turning bricks? the latest LDD is quite good at that. check out my HMS Ontario and Heinkel 111 to see what I'm talkin' about.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2011
Wow, I think I like the LDD more than the real thing because you can see so much more detail. Thanks for adding this.
 I made it 
  June 9, 2011
Quoting Zac . nice,inside the wall?nice idea,thanks i nnedded this
Through the wall, I've just hidden bricks on the side and the structure for display. Do you like these new points of view? enough of my bunks? In bonus, you can now see the control room! =)
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  June 9, 2011
Awesome, its great to have a cut open view! lovely interior :)
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  June 9, 2011
nice,inside the wall?nice idea,thanks i nnedded this
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  June 9, 2011
Quoting Doc. Jared (doing exams) Ahhh, incroyable! Merci pour cette!
Merci cher Jared! =)
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  June 9, 2011
Ahhh, incroyable! Merci pour cette!
 
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