sawyer klegr

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  1. These two lego great ball contraption modules are designed to be simple and reliable so that they can easily be built by new lego gbc builders but still be cool and interesting to watch. I designed these GBC modules to be able to share the power/motor from one module, this means that you can easily power up to about 5-6 great ball contraption modules from one motor. You can also easily use almost any modern lego motor, including Mindstorms and lego powered up motors to power the modules. One of the reasons I built these modules is because I wanted to build some simpler modules that are easy to build. I hope you like it, if you want to build them I have made the Bricklink Studio file, part list and PDF instructions available for free on Rebrickable here: Conveyor || Stepper
  2. So glad that they made a new diff design, I always found the old design to weak.
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    Lego GBC Double Gear Module

    The “15 tooth gear” is the large gray ring made of 1x4 and 1x1 round bricks, it is not actually a 15 tooth normal gear. (sorry, should have made it more clear what I meant) Hahaha, thanks ;)
  4. This lego GBC module uses two gears for the main mechanism, one with 16 teeth and one with 15. This means that the inner gear meshing with the outer one will rotate slowly and in lean from side to side. The balls roll onto the "forks" at the bottom with the use of a timing mechanism which is attached to the main gear. It is a reliable module when it is on a flat table, but it does take some time to set the timing right. I have instructions on Rebrickable here. Hope you like it!
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    [GBC] Turntable Cup to Cup 2.0

    Good way to use the net pieces, have never thought of using them like that before.
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    Lego GBC Dual Forks Module

    Thanks! I would recommend using the stud.io file as it has all the correct parts, the LDD file has some different parts as LDD is out of date.
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    Lego GBC Dual Forks Module

    Thanks! I am glad you like it.
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    Lego GBC Dual Forks Module

    Thanks! If I was to make it again I think that I would have made it a extra 16 studs longer.
  9. This lego great ball contraption module uses a set of "forks" attached to technic lift arms to lit the GBC balls to the next module. The lift arms have to lift when they can't turn any farther. The mechanism is very reliable, but it can't be running to slow. The mechanism that loads the forks looks weird, but it does work well. I had a hard time getting the design right but it works well now. If you want the LDD or Stud.io file you can get them here.
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    Lego GBC Rotating Cup Module

    Thanks :)
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    Lego GBC Rotating Cup Module

    So sorry, I guess they did not upload properly. They should be there now, if they are not then they are on Rebrickable here. Sorry that it did not work the first time. (thanks for telling me that they were not there :)
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    Lego GBC Rotating Cup Module

    Thanks! That could look very cool, especially if I hid some of the mechanism. I don’t normally build themed modules because they use so many more pieces than no themed ones, but I might try this one.
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    GBC General Discussion

    Great way to make that with the technic pieces, I have wanted to make a ramp like that but not "waste" tiles on it, I think I will try to make with technic pieces like yours.
  14. This Lego great ball contraption module uses mechanism with the transparent food covering type pieces (I have no idea what they are actually called) It is a reliable module, even though it looks like it is flexing a lot in the video. The tightness of the mechanism that holds the balls is able to be adjusted very easily to make sure that they pick up the balls each time. I have (as you can see) finally got some proper GBC balls to run my modules with. This module can hold one layer of them in the input bin before they get stuck, I would guess that that is about 30 - 35 balls. Like most of my recent modules it is compatible with my power sharing standard. The LDD file is on bricksafe here.
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Yes, I made two versions of it but they were not that reliable. Version 2. Version 1. (sorry for the horrible video quality)