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  1. I know that. But look at the raindrops. Its speed up.for sure let me correct myself. its damn fast, for sure :) i looks like its speed up. but cool build!
  2. Why did you speed up your video? You can be disqualified for that...
  3. [MOC] 2018 Supercar

    I really like the whole black version. Nice!
  4. Very nice! good details and great modeling!keep it up!
  5. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    Update Transport chassis Last days working on the transport chassis frames. Mainframe chassis is almost finished. Here some photos with info: Mainframe chassis Foldable supports under the frame (not finished yet, on the sided there will be 4 more) Transport frame: The 2 detachable transport frames are not finished, but the chassis of it is ready. Like i mentioned earlier, the 2 middle motors are also the drive motors for the transport frames. 2 axles wil be connected when the detachable frames are connected The truck iam still building. the wheels turn with the turning of the wheels of the truck. to be continued!
  6. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    Thnx for the comment. the yellow knob gear is purely for the transport of horizontal to vertical axl. Since the knob gears has no slop, it works better with the heavy weight of the model (i hate slopping gears) But i will look at it, so thnx man
  7. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    A little update. REBUILDING THE MAIN CHASSIS Last weeks a had to move to another room with my project. And a big sort out of parts last few weeks Like i explained earlier, the 2 rotating armcrosses are driven by the gearsystem throught the center unit due the rotation the main cilinder. This main cilinder is driven by 2 XL motors. When i connect the 4 other arms to the main arms (ARM - DRIVEARM - ARM) (ARM - DRIVEARM - ARM), the xl motors are to weak to handle the torc and weight. So i am rebuilding the main chassis. Every drive tire on the main cilinder will be driven by 1 xl motor with there own batterybox 4 XL motors on the main cilinder are powerfull enough to handle it. also the motor that drive the lower cinlinder will be replace by 2 XL motors. Double the power, double the lifetime of the motor.. heres a photo of the new main chassis frame (building in progress) A little explanation: there a 6 XL motors. 3 on each side of the frame the 4 motors on the corners drives the tires on the main cilinder the 2 motors in the middle are driving the gears on the lower cilinder (2 gears per motor) These 2 motors has a double function The "gearboxes" in the frame select the function Function 1: the motor drives the lower cilinder gear Function 2: the motor drives the drivetrain for the transport modules that will be connected on each side of the frame. The polyp will be transported so a little extra help for transporting the whole model is needed To be continued
  8. Real cool! nice gear system. love it!
  9. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    On the real model: The middle section DOES rotate , otherwise the head can not make the arms go up and down Some polyps has a cover in front of the rotating section. some has a visible rotating section: Other models has a more different system: Like i said earlier: my model is a mixure of different types of Polyp machine. Read the topic or do your homework before bring up again a "fail" in the model
  10. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    Video update New test video with 2 rotating crosses. For now just 2 crosses that spinning. The drivetrain of these 2 crosses are connected tot the main cilinder. The other arms will be connected to this "drive"arms, but thats for later: enjoy!
  11. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    Thats a simple matter of adjusting the ground supports or lower the arms a little. no problem
  12. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    A tube like that doesnt fit. I will think about it how to do it. but leaving the mechanism exposed is also nice. An video update! This time stage 4 of the turbo spider. New seats added, rotation drive train adjusted, rotating of the main cilinder, lifting, speed adjusting, stability and lowlevel check. The rotating crosses i still working on. the 2 xl motors that drives the main cilinder are to weak. so there will be 4 xl motors that drives the cilinder, more power is needed to get this 6 kilogram machine get into full motion Heres the video enjoy!
  13. LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    I leave the mechanism exposed
  14. No man, its really awesome. Very cool build and i always like the way builders (like you) are trying to improve the model. A lot of work (same with my project, rebuilding, rebuilding), but the finished model is whats count, really a great job, bro! Is that Lego world in Utrecht?