Nalyd997

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  • Birthday 08/06/99

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    Australia!
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    I like building with LEGO Technic, solving twisty puzzles and riding unicycles

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  1. [MOC] Spirograph V2

    Thank you:) Thanks for your kind comment. Starting from the top, the first two gearboxes select the primary speed of the arms. The input is from the motor and the outputis into one side of a differential. The central gearbox not only controls the speed of the turntable, but the input to the secondary gearboxes. These gearboxes feed into the other side pf the differential and add/subtract rotations in the arm based on the turntable. Hope this helps :p
  2. [MOC] Spirograph V2

    Hey everyone, last night I finished up the ldd file for this spirograph. Just submitted it to Rebrickable but here is the link to the file: http://bricksafe.com/files/Nalyd997/Spirograph V2.zip There were a few issues with alignments so I am yet to make the fixes for them obvious, until then enjoy:)
  3. Hey everyone! Finally found some time to shoot a video for my second spirograph. I actually had this finished over a year ago but you know how life works sometimes:) Thanks to PG5200 for describing to me how his V5 works which largely inspired this one. To address the question I get asked all the time at exhibitions "Can you get two going at once?" I came up with this: These are drawn simultaneously, which you can see in the video here: Thanks everyone:) I'll have an LDD file on the way shortly
  4. Nice work Lachlan, the view from above looks stunning!
  5. Haha it just came down to time:) Good idea!
  6. Hey everyone, after a bit of a hiatus here is what I have got to show: I displayed this as part of this year's GBC circuit at the Brickvention here in Melbourne. I made it to answer what I guess is the one question GBCers get asked a lot. I was inspired by Nico71's brilliant sculpture and thought i would have a crack! Hope you enjoy:)
  7. 24: 10 16: 6 23: 4 18: 3 17: 2 36: 1 Well done everyone! There were some awesome entries, the more obscure entries took my vote though:)
  8. Lift Mechanism

    My friend Rohan B built a gbc module that has a mechanism perfect for this. It uses the small type technic chain with one tank tread that cycled a dump truck back and forth.
  9. This is awesome, I remember him saying that there was a V9 but it was never published. So so cool!
  10. Sorry about that, I guess I haven't been paying attention
  11. If you look on the website a shortlist has been reveiled by the judges. I think 20 or so received a comment from the admins to say they had passed into the final
  12. I like how you have combined design aspects from different cars into one, nice job!
  13. Nice work, I love the octan colours, especially with the green from the 24 hours car.
  14. They are from the dump bed of the Arocs;)
  15. What an awesome MOC! Bunch of nifty little mechanisms in there which don't compromise the overall look one bit