Frequenzberater

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  • Birthday 12/17/1981

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    Electronic music, Lego, Fast cars

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  1. Frequenzberater

    GBC General Discussion

    Very impressive build and a unique principle. Like it a lot. Are there any instructions available?
  2. This is BTW my entry for the TC14 contest: What do you think?
  3. Frequenzberater

    Lego GBC Castle Shooter Module

    Again a really nice one from you!
  4. Frequenzberater

    Ideas Book 8888 Excavator

    This is great! I always love to see old technic stuff.
  5. Another Idea could be to use the Arocs pinion racks. Would love to see you get this working!
  6. Frequenzberater

    [TC14] Randomonium

    Perhaps you should consider to use the BWE quarter ring things as a proper bearing. The turntable you actually use seems a bit under dimensioned.
  7. Frequenzberater

    [TC14] Randomonium

    Awesome! Never seen that before...
  8. You could extend the range of the actuators by using some kind of a lever system.
  9. Great topic for a contest! I am exited how this turns out.
  10. Frequenzberater

    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Managed to get it working acceptable: http://youtu.be/fcOUgIiq4eY Approx 1 ball out of 30 drops during Transfer from scoop one to scoop two. I have no clue how to improve that.
  11. Frequenzberater

    LEGO Technic Turbo Polyp / Kraken

    That is exactly the reason why I skip most of the "See my giant Bulldozer moc with 13 motors and 3 servos" - videos.
  12. Frequenzberater

    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    http://youtu.be/uTWUVwgQLIc You are welcome :)
  13. Frequenzberater

    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    BTW, yesterday evening I applied a flywheel to the driveshaft of the module. It was late, so I couldnt test it extensively, but rotation seems to be a bit smoother now. What I also noticed is, that the sometimes jerky movement of the rotor is caused by slight collisions in the rotor structure itself. For example the DBG hinge (1) slightly touches the black connector plate (2) in one specific position of the rotor. This always results in a sligthly stuttering movement. Is it normal or did I something wrong? Also the scoops of rotor 2 and 3 are touching in a specific position.