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  1. Expect tutorials for the use of the new app and i'ts new features next week
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    Zero's workshop

    I (finally) edited the video of my Rolug Xperience 2018: These are the models I built for this competition: You can find the LDD files of my competing models in this link: All I can that is that the whole trip and competition was a blast! A big thanks to all the Rolug members and especially to @braker23 for inviting me.
  3. Thank you Paul. I wish everyone a Merry Christmas too, here's what Santa brought me previous week:
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Yes, and kids can forget to turn it off and drain batteries. But if they are using PU, servo motor triggering can be done in app.
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    But that means you have to constantly hold the control for servo.
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    If the excavator uses 4 motors, then we can expect a model like 8043 with a gearbox, but I suppose we would see L motors and wave switcher parts to switch between 6 functions.
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    I think TLG kept connectors color coded in Porsche, to keep people from mixing the ones with axle hole from ones with pinhole.
  8. I just built mine. I agree with otehr complaints regarding the lack of functions, too many and different colored stickers. I would also like to note that the rear wheels are almost touching the rear frame, which is a bit concerning. On the upside, the set has plenty of room for upgrades, either gearboxes or motorization and the suspension is more than capable to take on the extra bulk. The set is also a very good parts donour, you get plenty of panels, suspension parts and such, simillar to 42077, but a bit more.
  9. I see Jim also got a new version of the mini linear actuator. I just noticed it while building my copy, it is a different mould of the casing without a central rib and a squarer look.
  10. Is that a yellow T piece liftarm? Those are rare in bright colors.
  11. You can also use ball joints to create king pin inclination which moves the steering point onto the wheel: This is what many real trucks use, but the wheel still requires large bumpers.
  12. I usually don't like to brag, but what I came up is IMO the ultimate solution: The links used to hold the axle are attached above the center of the wheels. This way wheels are ALWAYS rotating in the center and the compensation is done automatically: Moving the pivot point on the edge of the tyre reduces compensation and axle tilting, but it will increase steering angle: This means the system can be adjusted according to your needs. I think this is an awesome new way to build rugged offroad machines
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    I mean ones from Porsche, not 'vette compared to Chiron's ones for example.
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Seeing now that we have 2 different wheel arches sizes, is it safe to contemplate the next supercar might use different sized wheels in front and back?
  15. I had another idea how to implement the system: Basically the servo motor drives the 24 tooth gears which move the axle holding links in order to rotate it. I am using knob gears and 24 tooth gears as lever to compensate for 45 degree offset. IMO this is a cleaner and sturdier solution. What you guys think?