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  1. A fun little build during lockdown. Powered by two PF L motors and a Buwizz brick. More pictures at the Instagram post below:
  2. Thanks! As soon as I have access to bricks again :)
  3. Thanks all! Which aspects won't work? I didn't mention it, but the suspension and battery box are missing in the digital model.
  4. Still not sold on the catchy name, or the front end. It's powered by a Buwizz and the old buggy motor, driving the planetary hubs. More progress when I can build it physically - until then, feedback is welcome!
  5. Pictures / LDD file + parts list
  6. I made this, also based on the 42082 turntable: https://www.instagram.com/p/BnzNidGiWKs The mechanism easily supports a computer monitor: https://www.instagram.com/p/BqVVxwBgd4w
  7. Super cool! What a fun competition :)
  8. A series of experiments, before Labo is released. The designs I made for the connectors are pretty poor - therefore I'd recommend looking at these designs instead and adapting them to your requirements: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2758102. Images are here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmgTDMg5
  9. Thanks for all your comments! That should be possible - an earlier version (it kinda worked, but ended up being too heavy and complex):
  10. vmln8r

    Peel P50

    Did a rudimentary stepped LXF: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/vmln8r/Misc/peel.lxf
  11. Thanks for the instructions! I haven't dived into trial trucks much, so building a copy was a great learning exercise - the leaf springs in particular work incredibly well!
  12. That's excellent! It seems incredibly capable; great work on keeping it simple and light.