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[WIP] Lego monorails. [Custom Rail Systems (CRS)]

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@XG BC it is your build, just some ideas from me :) As @mrfuture correctly said, "it is beauty of Lego", we built on together to make something new and astonishing. 

I had to put motor one plate higher, and it is pretty usable on straight line, but either i failed with built, or it doesn't like any curves very much

 

 

Also placing motor higher than gear with smaller gear gives better speed characteristics

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Using a 16T spur gear meshing with 12T single bevel gear is not good the teeth don,t match.

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Another tip to the Hidaka design. Make sure all sidepins rolls well, inclusive the drive wheels /roll wheels (if any).
Edit: Any designs with same type of sider roll pins. I may failed on the free roll wheels on my train at the event. I check tomorrow if losing up the free rolling wheels helped my problem.
Edit 2: Checked the train and it looks like the problem i had was still there but looks like it is better than with some friction on the free roll wheels.
The transjering cogwheel between motor and the actual wheel  started to move sideways, melting so the cogwheel could not interlock with the other anymore.

 

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@tkf can you place the buwizz lower on the follower car? this might help with reducing the wobble and make driving through the curves easier. And the speed problem is that i currently dont own a pf m motor just an education e motor wich has higher rpm so my gearing has to be differently. also have you checked that your side guiders arent spread out a bit so it shouldnt tip over so hard.

XG BC

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I wonder if my design will help anyone who's trying to build 4 wide? 

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Because of the gearing it does run a little slow, but I solved that by running it on three 3.7v 10440 lipos instead of six 1.5v AAA batteries. Now it speeds right along. 

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For the next exibithion i've built a "litte" Monorail Station for Snottingen Monorailways:

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Find more pictures on Flickr.

I'm very excite for the exhibition on June 22th and 23th in Rüsselsheim, Germany, when all my builds from the last 8 month comes together. Over all it will be a 20x8 Basplates Layout (5,12m x 2,05m)

Cheers

Filius Rucilo 

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Wow, that is fantastic! I hope the show goes well. Keep us updated with some pics. I think the small clocktower is my favorite single design element. Is that original? How'd you make that gold border? Is Snottengen a real word or location somewhere?

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Hi Sed, 

For the clock post i've made a litte instruction. You can find it here. The golden borders are from a LEGO-Dice. 
Snottingen ist my modular town and not a real place. The Name comes from to SNOT (Stud not on top) an definitely not from snot. ;-)

Cheers

Filius Rucilo

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Impressive train monorail station! :thumbup:
So many nice details on that crowdy place. :wub_drool:
I always wanted to do domething similar for my trains. The roof technique is brilliant - I might copy that... :innocent:

 

Thanks for the link to the clock tower!

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