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That is very cool!

Not only is it something unique, it also looks terrific!

Bravo! :classic:

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This tractor is really nice. I had few oportunities to see such in real life. I like how it "shakes" just like real one with the same engine. And even the forward movement is not so smooth with this engine - originals with similar engines have the same problem until they reach a certain speed. Very realistic engine and tractor.

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What is this? I dont understand:) but looks cool:)

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And for those who asked for a video about the engine, I have made on with SR3D to show how it is made.

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Both the loom and the Digicomp I are absolutely fantastic! Awesome work!

The Digicomp was actually on my long-term list of things to make, but you beat me to it! :)

Many thanks also for making instructions. I'll definitely be making one of these...

Edited by aeh5040

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Thanks Nico you teach us a lot of with your MOCs, I think I will build it, I want to know more about pneumatic systems, thank you again.

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One of the first models I built was one of your Unimogs, and I continue to be inspired. Great work on the tractor, I will surely build in the future. And the stage is lovely, I've seen many live shows on the north american equivalent!

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If you likes maths, here are some :

Very simple and very clever I think, the planimeters are awesome object ! I plan to build some other, include polar and orthogonal for the exhibitions at fanabriques in june, 2013.

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Wow, that is crazy!

Simple yet technical...

What's the secret underneath the circle?

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If you likes maths, here are some :

You make the coolest stuff.

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What's the secret underneath the circle?

Nothing ! Juste a 40/8 gearing. The aim is only math : the green's theorem : http://en.wikipedia....Green's_theorem The trick is that the angle between the begining and the final position is arround equal to the double integral because the cursor follow a tractrix which is arround equal to the derivative underneath the curve, and the double integral is the surface thanks to green's theorem.

Some readings :

http://www.planimete...et/hatchet.html

http://persweb.wabas...Prytz/Prytz.htm

http://persweb.wabas...z/PrytzArea.htm

ps : yes I will make instructions, it is very basic.

Edited by nico71

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You always build the most technical creations, super impressed with this one.

tim

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This is great. :thumbup: I like how you use LEGO Technic to attract attention of people to things they would normaly find not so attractive. :classic:

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Will you include the template for the dial in those instructions?

Edited by legomuppet9

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