Davidz90

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  1. This is super cool! Now I want to get those sails :D I'm also curious how this works out. How about replacing some axles with hoses (the thin, rigid ones)? Might save some weight.
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    Lego Dishwasher

    Now that is something unusual. Cool!
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    [WIP] Blade Runner Spinner

    For more German insanity, I can recommend this page: http://www.luft46.com/
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    Technic Walker

    Very interesting linkage, a bit like Theo Jansen's, but not quite. Very smooth and fast! (and yes, a bit creepy :D) Nice job!
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    [WIP] Blade Runner Spinner

    The engine looks great! If You want a twin engine with radial and twin boom configuration like P38, there is P-61 Black widow. For single engined fighters, I'm a big fan of Polikarpov I-16. That thing is cute
  6. Fantastic build and brilliant engineering! I'm also curious if the mechanism is inspired by some other mechanical solvers or original. Either way, fantastic
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    Compact heavy ratchet joint techniques?

    The legs are very narrow (seems like 2 studs to me), but somewhat wide in the other direction. There might be enough leverage for linear actuator to do the job.
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    Quadruped kinematic workbench

    I mean something like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUsOouwjsL4 One leg is moving at a time. The tree legs form a stable base, and the centre of gravity (Cg) is moving to keep within this base. I've made schematics: walk by David_Z1, on Flickr Blue circle is the moving leg. Triangle is the current base. Note that Cg could simply move in a circle, either by rotating counterweight or by leaning whole quadruped on the standing legs.
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    Quadruped kinematic workbench

    That's a great idea! I'm a big fan of walking Lego contraptions and actually used Algodoo in the past, but this is much more convenient. I always wondered if one could make a quadruped with walking pattern similar to star wars AT-AT e.g. moving only a single leg at a time, while standing on the remaining three. Potentially, that would be more stable than usual solutions.
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    Cards sorter

    Wow, that's some seriously impressive image recognition algorithm!
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    Portable Nintendo Arcade Cabinet

    Very interesting idea! Maybe a stupid question, but with all that stuff packed closely together, isn't heat an issue?
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    My mechanical clocks

    A final version of my Arnfield clock, and my first wall-hanging design. And here are building instructions for escapement:
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    [MOC] Mechanical Game of Life

    Incredible . Very interesting idea and great execution!
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    How much weight does a liftarm hold?

    I think it should work ok as long as the zeppelin is more or less hanging on them. In pure tension or compression, even a single liftarm can withstand 3+ kg. I had a gravity powered clock where the 2.5 kg weight was hanging on two liftarms. There was no damage after a week.
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    My mechanical clocks

    Thanks! Figuring out gear ratios took me more time than actually building the thing :D Lining up u-joints is definitely a good idea. Another thing I'd like to improve is to use a large turntable for frame rotation - that would be much less wobbly. Sure, I have few photos on Flickr: Orrery_5 by David_Z1, on Flickr Orrery_1 by David_Z1, on Flickr Orrery_2 by David_Z1, on Flickr Orrery_3 by David_Z1, on Flickr Orrery_4 by David_Z1, on Flickr