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  1. Thanks a lot. I figured out, that the cheapest way two build this robot is to buy Zetros (and use M instead of one L) or buy two Buggies or two TopGear cars. Liebherr is retiring, CAT has way too high price, Volvo and orange Xtreme-thingy gives only three motors out of four.
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    Attachments -- and how to delete them

    @Peppermint_M As I may see, the problem with undeletable attachments is still here. I found this out when I accidentaly pasted picture from photoshop instead of it's URL into the post and it has been added into attachments. And now I can't get rid of them. And,as I am the clever one, I have experimented with other pictures, so now I have three stucked attachments in this post:
  3. This is R.O.R.S.H.A.H Robot Of Remote Speech Human-connection And Handshake EXPLANING THE IDEA Well. this is not just another MOC which sole purpose is to collect dust on a shelf. No. This one has a real purpose and it is been in use in my family for quite a while now. As you all very well know, there are all this pandemic thing around the globe. And because of it a lot of people lockdown-ed in different countries and not able to travel to meet their relatives and friends even on holidays. So, to solve this problem at least a bit, a have created this little one. It is not actually a robot, but wheeled platform with attach point for tablet. Idea itself is not anything new, as example, you may know BUDDY the Emotional Robot by French company Blue Frog Robotics, model of which I once have made. Point is that actual robots are complicated (include more than just that function), not close as cheap as even big lego technic sets, rarely customizable and not available on market or can be purchased by only very big hospitals with political connection or smth like that. Lego on the other hand is affordable (mostly) and easy to use. So, why not to use it instead! WHAT YOU WILL NEED To build yourself such a Robot you will need: -At least two motors for each wheel -Optional third motor for tilting tablet -Optional fourth motor for extra function -SmartHub -Two wheels (use may use whichever you want, but narrow ones are better choice) -A bunch of technic parts to build the chassis -Smartphone to control the robot -Tablet or second smartphone for videocall HOW TO USE IT The idea is simple, imagine, that you have a family member or friend who has stucked in other city or country. But you want him to be present on family gathering, usually you would connect with him via videocall, which is good,but boring - as he will be present only as picture on the screen. Why not to place tablet with opened videocall on a wheeled platform and give the person on the screen an ability to control this platform. Such he will have some kind of a free will of movement around your table or floor. This is a purpose of such robots - and of this one too. After you've built your own RORSHAH - you should set an interface to control it in app that you prefer to use - my app of choice is ControlZ Then you should share the screen of your phone with the person you want to use the robot. (I recommend using Parsec - as it is free) - make sure to share the screen in app that allows to control scren via sharing. After this you make a videocall and place tablet with active call on your robot - and voi là - your friend can see you,talk to you,drive around your room,look around and even shake your hand! Here is the video,demonstrating RORSHAH in use: Thanks for watching! P.S. What do you think? As for me - this is really useful invention which really enhances connection between people divided by borders.
  4. Real life ISS is constantly growing with new modules attached. So set #21321 has become outdated. In this video I will show how to add missing modules "Nauka" and "Prichal" to the Station and how to upgrade russian segment for better resemblance. Everything is made from extra parts from this set (and parts from one of Soyuz spacecrafts from this set) or from enough easy-to-find parts. Except for solar panels, which I used from Shuttle Discovery 10231 (But you may use the ones from newer and cheapier sets like 60227). Thanks for watching! Keep your stations safe!
  5. Trick or Treat, everyone! After playing marvelous Happy Game by Amanita Design I was inspired enough to create a monster of my own! Behold! You aren't afraid? You don't think it is dangerous enough? Then you should watch the video: (Or watch next pictures if you aren't afraid even of spoilers) SPOILERS AHEAD: Remember, Smiley Monster isn't the smile itself - it is a monster within! It will eat everyone who is not happy enough. Cause everyone should be happy...! Happy Halloween! P.S. The pumpkin on the right is kinda MOC too - I've grown it myself :)
  6. Good day, everyone! Now you may call me "Q" as I've recreated one of MI6's machines: Folding glider This glider was used by Nomi and Bond to get to Safin's lair. I liked the simplisity and effectiveness of it's folding wings and tried to replicate it in lego. To unfold the wings you have to rotate driveshaft with turbine/propeller on it's end. (In the movie this craft had an ability to float underwater as little submarine) Video is here. Thanks for watching.
  7. I have updated the pictures. Now they are much better.
  8. Good day, everyone! This project has started as an idea of creating better a bodywork for 42099, but after some time in development it turned into undependent rc modification of Defender 42110. I took inspiration from Bowler WildCat and Bowler Nemesis which are extreme buggy-like offroaders based on Land Rover cars. So I pondered the question, What if... new Defender would be made into Bowler? In result - original defender has become lower, has got lower roof profile, bigger tires, front and rear pushbars, snorkel pipe, stronger footrests, two sets of additional lights and fog lights, antennas, front and rear mudguards, some chains ('cause chains are cool!). Engine was swapped from 6-inline to V8-supercharged! (After I made this model in spring, LR has announced that they will actually make a V8 Defender. Sadly, not supercharged :) Engine and cooling fan are connected to the front axle via chain links. (Yes, chains ARE cool. I had to buy whole Ducati set for this) And the most important - Control+ components. As this Bow-fender shares control profile with 42099, set of electrics is the same. One XL+ for each axle One L+ for steering SmartHub for SmartThings And then I found out that I am... well... not really good in making offroad chassis. At least it was my first try. So I tuned it as much as possible and made a note for future to learn more about lego offroading. (I think, I'll start with Zetros). Video of how this Bow-fender drives on everything it can is of course here: Watch till the very end! And Thanks for watching. Subscribe. P.S. This cat was walking nearby, while I was making video, so I asked him to participate. So there is A cat in the video now, instead of THE Cat - erpillar :)
  9. Oh, I see that Sariel has already posted his April Fools Special... Well, I am here for the same thing. Enjoy! P.S. Yes, I know its actually a remake of my very old idea, but i couldn't help releasing it once again on such a great day!
  10. Good time, everyone. It is actually a really good time to Iive in. With all this historical events like yesterday's landing happening around us. To celebrate the successful landing of Perseverance, I've created this Lego technic model of Marsian rover. I've tried to recreate as much detail as possible. because one of the goals was not just to make Lego rover, but a good educational model, which can be used to show people how the real one works, what instruments it has on board and which experiments they will help to conduct. So,the video serves the same purpose - to be entertaining and a bit informational. I hope, you'll like it. And if you liked this video, please share it with others, because science popularization is a good thing to do! Also, tell if you want, do you have such ticket to mars, like in the video? See you on the Red Planet! P.S. Music in the video is by soviet group called Zodiac.
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    [MOC] Big Yellow Bulldozer with gearbox

    Yes! You're right!
  12. Good day, everyone! I'm glad to present you my newest contraption - Big Yellow Bulldozer. Originally it was built as an entry for Foundation Contest in russian lego community, but it hasn't won anything. As the contest has ended, i am now able to post the model here. The goal was to create bulldozer with as many functions as possible while using only two motors, so it can be controlled using only one RC (Two parallel XL counts as one) So the model implements complex gearbox which allows to switch between five funtions and to have V6 engine working on every one of them. I've tried to write a really long text about how this all works, but i think it'd be better to just watch the video: Thanks for watching!
  13. Good day, everyone. Nowadays, when everyone has to stay at home, I want to show you, how you can spend a lot of your free time with interest. As you know, all Lego sets with control+ system have special "achievements" in the app, which you gain for special actions with set. I've made this video as a tutorial, how to get all the achievements that I know about. Thanks for watching, stay at home! Your Cog In The Machine
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    [ MOC ] General Grievous Kinetic Sculpture

    Hello there! I want to show you my first kinetic sculpture - Walking Grievous. Figure is activated by turning a little switch on the left side of a stand. This swith is connected to the PF Battery Box via interesting lever. The stand contains M-motor for the main function - walking. L-motor for battle mode. Walking mechanism consists of two levers to move legs forwards and backwards and lifting them. Also M-motor drives a crankshaft to move whole figure up and down for more realistic movements. p This is not a 75112 set at all. Only things thsy have in common are chestplate and head. Other thing are different. Legs have been completely reworked to match Grievous from TCW series, I've added tubes for his neck, trans-yellow barrel-pieces for chest container and removed a lot of spare plates and armor. Now the figure is much closer to the original proportions of General. It also has battle mode - Grievous is able to twirl his sabers with upper arms, which can be added and connected to the L-motor with an axle behind Grievous's back. I recommend you to watch the video to see how this all moves and works: Thanks for watching!
  15. Soon after I've got my 42100, I decided to use it for making something epic and funny. So, after a month of work I've made this "movie" which tells a story about the last battle between old and new. Don't take it too serious, just have fun! P.S. Moral of the story is that the winner hasn't won at all. Cos' all the fallen gained an ability to be revived into different models and live forever, but the winner will stay useless and untouched. :)