Frequenzberater

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  1. Frequenzberater

    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Me personal, can not overcome myself to dissassemble a well running module. I love to collect those masterpieces. Result is, that I have build more than ten modules in the last twelve months. Think Iam officially addicted :D Right now Iam waiting for the parts of akiyukys train system V2.
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    42093 Corvette ZR-1

    I agree that it looks better than expected from the first pics but it is still a boring set in terms of functions.
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    That is looking really promising!
  4. Thanks! But in the meantime I had a conversation with @dunesand he suggested to use The Lego Digital Designer with its automatic instruction function (by pressing F7). Now I know everything I need :)
  5. There are no other steps. There is only step 1. I installed "Stud.io 2.0". What is the LDD Program you use? I will try that one.
  6. As I said, when I click the instructions icon, barely nothing happens. This is what I got: One single step for the whole model. Do I have to mark something before, or adjust the amount of steps in any way?
  7. Sounds promising! One question regarding the Ldd files: When there is written "Ldd instructions by..." on the first page, am I right that the files basicly contains the assembled 3D model or is there somewhere a hidden magic button which provides me with the instructions? (when I open the Ldd files in Stud.io 2.0 and click the "instructions" icon, there is nothing) So I expect that I have to estimate the sequence of assembling by myself, or do I miss something?
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    LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    Great! This thing got a nice 80's vibe. I like it.
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Yes this is mine. There are two issues with the bucket wheel tower: - The whole tower is wobbling during operation - The rotation of the bucket wheels slightly struggles from time to time Because of the first Issue I found a way to decouple it from marble run. Also I think a wider base would bring some improvement. The second Issue is mainly caused by slight interferings between the wheels itself. I believe its all a matter of fine tuning. Apllying some lubricant to the gears could also help. Unfortunately I had no time to test it yet.
  10. Thanks a lot for enlighting me. I will check out stud.io at the weekend.
  11. Thank you very much @Doug72! I will have to have a further Look to the Lego Digital Designer. But before I put further effort on it, do you think this would be a feasible setup?: Would it work or do I forgot something?
  12. Another stupid question: The track types I have to use are declinated on bricklink as "Track Plastic", right?
  13. Thanks! In the meantime I discovered the updated first page,but I still have some questions: What I want to build: - two of the train units with electrical switch Are there any Information besides the pictures? Edit: Noted that its the original Akiyuki design - modified rotary dumper PDF files available I suppose there is no bsx partlists? - modified elevator with counter weights Ldd file available - modified double crossover passing module Are there any Information besides the pictures? Edit: Noted that I just need the original simple passing module - original loader unit PDF files available - modified reverser unit Can it be combined with the original loader unit? LDD files available General question: Is it possible to create bsx partlists from an LDD file? It seems that its time for me to install the Digital Designer and have a closer Look to it.
  14. Again, I appreciate your great work guys! I would love to build the train System over holiday but I have to admit, that I have lost the thread a bit. Are there pdf instructions for the latest lift/rotary dumper module? Have you guys improved any other modules of the existing train systems or can I build the remaining parts according to Akiyukis official instructions? Are .bsx partlists available?
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    GBC General Discussion

    At least it is the smallest module I have seen so far :) Perhaps I will try it to build from my spare parts.