Maico

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  • Birthday 05/27/1968

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  1. @Paperballpark nice videos and modules. Are these modules coming to PKH in Trontheim, Norway as well? for those who can't get enough of following the blue ball... https://youtu.be/DGyDJeV2Rck https://youtu.be/ruu_zGKOWM0 https://youtu.be/fjRfMXfMfRw https://youtu.be/B07Hz93uaGo https://youtu.be/RX_7pt7zN1c
  2. A new World Record at LEGO World 2018 in Bella Center in Denmark:
  3. You're welcome ;-)
  4. Our small circuit at Skaerbaek Fan Weekend... As you can see we had a lot of these small skaerbaek2017 modules available. about 190. These were driven by 19 motors, So one motor is driving 10 modules. On LEGO World Copenhagen I will NOT put something like this n the table. Just a max of 20 to show the idea of motorising more modules with just one motor. I also have seen some others who picked up that same idea to use one motor to drive several modules.
  5. lpub 3s doesn't like to use nested call outs like this. You should unpack the yellow call out and get all steps on one page. The red call out can stay as it is: a call out.
  6. Could this part be an alternative: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=15395#T=C
  7. that's an easy thing to do with small modules and a must do on a small surface...
  8. This weekend I was attending Texels Bouwblokje:
  9. The circuits I attend often show the same modules because I am contributing most of it... Most of the shows are not that far away from my home. Taking just the friday evening and the weekend. So it doesn't cost me any leave from work. The video of last event as promised.:
  10. I agree I don't like 100 of the same modules to get a World Record, especially a Guinness World Record. Some of the same modules is ok, also depending what their purpose is. A stackable module is nice but it becomes awesome when you have plenty of them so one can build a real tall stack! Or two stacks to close a walk through gap. To to be able to do so you need a lot of modules. On august 3rd I have uploaded a video of a GBC circuit. The miniature picture shows you my interpretation of one XL motor driving several modules. And I also know it is very difficult to come up with a different module with new building techniques. It will almost always be a renewal of an existing one. Or using different parts to reach the same goal. I don't have the knowledge to create machines or modules in the way like Akiyuki does... In a couple of days I will upload a video of last weeks event at Museum Buurtspoorwegen in Boekelo. In this video you can find a couple of new modules. When uploaded I will post a link here. About LEGO World Copenhagen: for now I only know we are planning to do a new Guinness World Record and as Brickworld Chicago had 220 modules (if I counted the modules correctly from their video) we need to beat that! Hi Martin, For me it was not possible to attend to Brick in London this year. On www.GreatBallContraption.com I try to keep the list with upcoming events up to date with events I will be attending: http://greatballcontraption.com/wiki/Main_Page#Europe I love to see more people into GBC...
  11. Who is the actual copyright holder of these models? Has anyone ever bothered to ask Akiyuki what he thinks about this?
  12. hmm, he looks familiar to me...