Placing geometry in the 3D point cloud in Metaio Creator 2.6 is a little cumbersome, bewildering and often inaccurate. It takes lots of clicking and seemingly random fiddling to place geometry. You also can’t really determine if your geometry is placed correctly within the 3D point cloud until you upload to your channel and then view your channel in Junaio on your device. If it’s not placed correctly, you need to tweak it in Creator, publish it and then view it again in Junaio. Repeat process until it looks like it might almost be placed correctly. Curious.

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The first step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to remove the bracket from the caliper. Use a spanner to loosen the retaining bolts.

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The second step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to inspect and clean the retaining bolts and remove the rubber seal from the bracket.

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The third step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to remove the piston from the caliper.

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The fourth and final step in disassembling a rear brake caliper is to remove the piston seal from the caliper.