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  1. TLG redesigns the set without flaw, puts it on the market with a mea culpa, speculators of flawed set stuck with it. Win-win situation. Unfortunately mea culpa and TLG don't go well together so.... will not happen.
  2. Not promoting sales of this on a LEGO forum but just to let you know some AFOL designers get honored by Chinese manufacturers the right way. Free instructions still up for anyone who wants to build it and I will keep publishing free instructions.
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    Union 72 Amsterdam tram/streetcar

    I've uploaded free instructions for the tram with color sensor to Rebrickable. Please note that parts are different from the inventory list for the tram with color sensor. Check out my Tram Depot video to see the tram running with color sensor for automatic stops.
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    Tram Depot and BrickPolis

    I've published the free instructions on Rebrickable:
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    [REVIEW] 42112 - Cement Mixer

    Thank you for the review. If driven backwards the drum unloads itself! With the drum indeed GBC comes to mind but only one end is open and you can't see any balls in the drum, not so attractive to use in a GBC therefore.
  6. They had contacted me on their own 3 months ago but have not heard from them after that. I confronted them with the set they had published without my permission and they followed up a few weeks later. I feel there is competition in China amongst set producers and they want to distinguish themselves by selling with approval from the designer.
  7. I'm happy to announce MouldKing has paid for the design and in this way has honored me as the original designer. I won't endorse non-LEGO on this forum but MouldKing has done the right thing. The money will flow 100% into new LEGO builds :)
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    [GBC] Akiyuki project (EV3)(NXT)

    I've considered using parts of the sequential gear boxes (with their new parts) in the latest Technic models to achieve two speeds forward and reverse so I will look into that. I assume that is what you mean? But I'm not at that point yet, just building up the Container Transporter with real bricks and digitally so I can fully understand it. I have good hopes (otherwise I would not have started the build) :)
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    [GBC] Akiyuki project (EV3)(NXT)

    @Courbet thank you for creating the instructions Laurent! It must have been a lot of work to reverse engineer it and make the instructions. I'm currently building the Container Transporter with the aim to replace the EV3 with a mechanical controlling system. Without EV3 it doesn't belong in this topic but just wanted to let y'all know :) I've seen the analogue version of Riku Katsumata. I admire it a lot but for me personally this version is too far away from the Akiyuki CT. If I can get it to work I will post in the Blakbird topic, if not I won't post anything :)
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    Central Perk Big Bang Theory Modular

    @Faefrost Thank you. I'm planning on making a Seinfeld floor when the set is released. Also planning on making a building instruction and parts list per floor so builders have choice of floors.
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    Tram Depot and BrickPolis

    My new tram depot with diorama with city tracks, free instructions of the tram depot soon. I'll be publishing free instructions for future Town builds in this channel and on
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    Tensegrity GBC

    Uploaded a new BI with improved ball catcher, thanks @OneMoreRobot
  13. Agree. Or collaborate to create missing instructions. I'm still very interested in the Ball Cleaner. Jeroen Stam has done a lot of excellent work on it, not sure if he is here on EB.
  14. Well, let's continue then, thanks @Jim A tremendous amount of work has gone into reverse engineering the non commercial modules. That what's got me started so again a thank you for everybody involved and especially @Blakbird
  15. @9v system great work Aron! I don't see how the wheels are build up with the 3mm hoses right? So the hoses are also missing from the parts list right? I also placed the 'viewer' in 45 degree angle for better readability by visitors as I noticed during events people did not see a counter in it until they bended their knees. If you agree I would like to have a look at the Studio file and see where I can make improvements?