higgins91

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  1. Hello, I present to you a MOC based on the set 76218 Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum. He doesn't really have a name. OSM Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum by alex peraux, sur Flickr On the left half, I went on the construction of a vaulted tunnel. I wanted to try to make the vault with plates on which there would be vegetation. OSM Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum by alex peraux, sur Flickr And on the right side, a house in which a creature would have appeared out of nowhere and would risk invading the world... OSM Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum by alex peraux, sur Flickr OSM Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum by alex peraux, sur Flickr Luckily the superheroes are there to fight it The construction is of the modular type with 3 levels. OSM Doctor Strange Sanctum Sanctorum by alex peraux, sur Flickr you will find more photos in the album https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAgS1z
  2. Wheels TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr Wheels consists of 4 successive synchronized wheels which transport the balls to the next module!
  3. interesting module. It seems that your module is not quite at 1 ball per second, with an XL motor, you can remove a reduction to gain speed. Another tip, put a beam to prevent the clutch from coming out of its axis!
  4. Unfortunately, I don't have an intermediate circle to make a progression in the size of the wheels. thank you I edited the post, the youtube link didn't go well!
  5. Hello, here is my entry for the TC23 GBC contest. TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr I started with using the part 6335786 to make two wheels. TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr Then I continued in the theme by changing the principle of rotation, the chain turns around the rim. TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr For the last wheel, I wanted to make a hollow rim, without spokes. The chain also turns around. TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr The module has a frame rate slightly above 1bps. I designed it especially so that it works during an exhibition without having to intervene on it :) It can be dismantled in 2 parts for easy transport: TC23-Wheels by alex peraux, sur Flickr thanks for reading this post. Feel free to leave a comment !
  6. I finished my module, I have to make the video to make a post
  7. You can use the pin and put this part or this one inside to securise the assembly ?
  8. thank you @Berthil, finally a GBC contest is coming!
  9. I think a sub forum would be good, it would make it easy to find all the contest entries and to better see new topics or answers to topics without searching between contest entries.
  10. you can try another profile in the app to see if the hub and motors work.
  11. do you have other PU element? motor or hub to do a cross test?
  12. 18: 10 5: 6 11: 4 12: 3 29: 2 35: 1 good luck everyone !
  13. well done ! you would need transparent exterior doors to see the elevator going up and down!