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@ Nico71: My sister had a loom when she was a teenager -- your model is a good replica of it! Are you planning on making a garment with it?

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Wow...that is awesome! What a great piece of LEGO engineering! :thumbup:

Do you have any videos of it working?

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Nice work Nico :thumbup: This is looking really good. I hope you can get the accuracy and reliability issues worked out, and it'd be great to see a video of this machine in action.

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That loom blows me away, it is just so different from what I have seen done in the past. Great work.

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I am confused :wacko: , that's a lot of complex building you have their. Good job!!! :thumbup:

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Great job, nice to see something totally different build up from lego. My mom owns a looming machine and it looks much like this (well a bit bigger though..).

Edited by Finntech

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and the video to show the result of the first atempt to build the loom. You will see why it doesn't work : depending of lot of factor : tension, reed and thread (not juste the shuttle). So I have changed the system of launched shuttle for a pushed shuttle. I will show you.

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Truly amazing job nico. it is amazing to see all work at once.

tim

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A litle bit of mechanics :

It will be used on my mechanical loom to prevent damages :)

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Another awesome technical machine. I wounder if this could be used in GBC modules in case a ball gets caught and jams the gears.

tim

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I wounder if this could be used in GBC modules in case a ball gets caught and jams the gears.

tim

They would only get cought and jam gears in your desgin's.:laugh:

Nice work Nico.:classic:

Edited by Alasdair Ryan

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Something new : http://www.nico71.fr/harley-davidson/

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Ok, mainly inspired by Tango's work but slighly modified in order to be displayed at fanabriques which have taken place this weekend.

The video of the finished mechanical loom will be come soon.

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Looks pretty cool. I like the small amount of chrome, not too overdone.

tim

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thanks !

And the video taken during Fanabriques :

Result : 70m of string give 30cm-lengh of wowen material ! Who want a socket ? :)

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@nico71 - Great work :thumbup:

It looks like the updated method of moving the shuttle back and forward is working a bit more reliably now.

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I have seen that I have not presented my digicomp !

In late the video of this mechanical computer based on 3 digits :

To understand the complex functionning, please read the descriptionon my website here : http://www.nico71.fr...puter-digicomp/

Also, I am currently working for a company which produce special folding stage trailer : a trailer which turn into a stage using moving parts. Here is the first prototyp :

The aim is to build a replica of their product (available here : http://www.stagemaster.fr/ ), I have estimate the cost and have done the first part order today.

I work also on a new pneumatoc tractor with a special features : ajustable ignition timing. I will let you know when it is finished.

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Its awesome to see people get work as a modeler. The truck looks like it will be pretty cool when it is done.

tim

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Thank you !

A new creation : a hot bulb tractor with a special features : adjustable ignition point :

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