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  1. ProjectGBK

    [MOC] Motorized Free Fall Tower

    After I built Pirate Ship Ride last year, I've just completed my new project - Free Fall Tower! I always want to construct a minifigure scale thrill ride and make it fully automated model without any manual control or mindstome programming. Spec of the Free Fall Tower: Maximum capcity: 12 minifigures Length: 32 x 32 Studs (not include motor and gear box) Structural Height : 65 cm Drop Height: 54 cm How it works Gear Box serves 3 main functions: 1) Generating pull power It will pull rope which connected passenger car so the car can be lifted up. 2) Looping 2 gear modes First "pull mode" & Second "neutral mode". gear box will keep looping between two modes in a fixed time period. Pull mode will lift up the car and neutral mode will stop giving pull power so the car will drop. 3) Reducing drop speed The main axle connects to a high scale gear. When the car drop, the main axle will make the high scale gear spin really fast and it will generate a reverse force to the main axle for reducing the main axle spin speed. As a result, the drop will slow down. (Just imagine you are playing beyblade) I've submitted it to LEGO IDEAS, if you like my work, please vote: Thank you!
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    [MOC] LEGO Pirate Ship Ride - Powered by a XL motor

    1700 Supports now! Thank you everyone for supporting my project!
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    [MOC] LEGO Pirate Ship Ride - Powered by a XL motor

    Thank you @Digger of Bricks Yes, they are very kind to featuring my project and currently I have 1467 supports now! Wish it can keep up the speed Thank you @Ozp for supporting my project. There are shifting gears to controls two way forces to the wheels under the ship. I will show how it works if I got 10,000 supports
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    [MOC] LEGO Pirate Ship Ride - Powered by a XL motor

    @Digger of Bricks Thank you for your support always! And I just checked it is more than 900 supports now. Wish my dream can come true.
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    [MOC] LEGO Pirate Ship Ride - Powered by a XL motor

    Sharing some photos
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    [MOC] LEGO Pirate Ship Ride - Powered by a XL motor

    Thank you for your Support!!! Thank you very much for your great comments and great support! It means everything for my effort of creation! Thank you very much for the positive and kind comments. I want to show the best way to present it. I spend a lot of effort creating it and it truly worth when I see peoples' comments like you! Cheers
  7. It is a motorized LEGO swing pirate ship powered by only one LEGO PF XL-motor (8882) and a LEGO PF battery (8881) which can accommodate maximum 16 minifigures. Experience the adventure spirit of Pirate Ship Ride, you can ultimately feel the speed and the excitement of the massively swinging force! The swinging range amazingly reach up to 41cm! Please watch following video demonstration to see how it works: It is in LEGO ideas now! If you like it, please support it and make it become an official LEGO product. Thank you ! Update on 17Jun2018: I bought a Carousel - 10257 for extending my amusement park
  8. I would like to introduce my new MOC project – Pirates VS Kraken Ride ! It is a motorized Pirate Ship Ride powered by only one Lego XL Motor. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please support my project in LEGO Ideas! Thank you!
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    [MOC] LEGO Pirate Ship Ride (Motorized by M-motor)

    Thanks everyone for the supportive comments and supporting to my project!!! I got 600+ supports now
  10. Hello everyone, I would like to share my MOC - Swinging Pirate Ship Ride which is featuring one PF 8883 medium motor Here is the Video: I am gathering support in Lego Ideas, if you like it, you can give me a support: Thank you!