david4662

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    <p> My favourite theme would probably have to be speed champions, I have recently bought a few sets in London Leicester square (Katana V11 and The leicester minifigure) </p>

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  1. Hi, My friend and I are working together on a project. He sent me a studio project file which I wish to open in LDD. I didn't manage to find an .lxf option in Stud.io's export menu. Could anyone help?
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    HELP! ! !

    Thanks!
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    HELP! ! !

    Is there an easy way to link LDD files in posts? If so, how do you do it? Where should I upload the file?
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    [MOC] Speed Champions - Devel Sixteen Hypercar

    This i not a bad start, however, I would say in needs a bit more roundness in its shaping. Have you tried taking an advantage of the relatively new speed champions windshield pieces?
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    [MOC] Ferrari Enzo (2003)

    I tried making some changes: Shortened the front, moved the windscreen to the front (making the model 1 plate taller), modded the intakes(?) the way @imvanya suggested. Do you think it is any better? Thank you a lot for your advice and criticisms.
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    [MOC] Ferrari Enzo (2003)

    I have been trying to move the wheel to the front, however, I haven't been able to move them , they just started interfearing with the headlight, the only part I am fairly happy about. I may try moving the headlights 1/2 a stud to the front. Would you mind clarifying the: "Almost works but not really" part? Thanks for your feedback, I apperciate it. Edit: I may also try replacing the F1 nose piece with something else.
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    [MOC] Ferrari Enzo (2003)

    I attempted to recreate the iconic Ferrari Enzo in the scale of the Speed Champions line. I built it in LDD, then imported it to stud.io to add the wheel detail and to render. In total, this build contains 153 individual LEGO elements.
  8. It has already ran in the UK on Channel 4.
  9. Hello, I have a couple of questions regarding Lego Mindstorms EV3 1) Is it possible to program the EV3 brick using C++? Is it a viable option when programming? 2) Is there some software that could help me programme an EV3 robot with NXT sensors? I have not been able to find this option in Labview so far? Can you recommend me an alternative? I’ll be highly grateful for any answers.