Kit Fisto

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  1. [MOC] Liebherr R 926 Compact Litronic

    Yes, if it works, it`ll hold both upper and lower slopes and won`t touch the gear.So, the half-pins are not needed(1 x 1 plates are connected via bar 4l, going from the top to the bottom of the black bracket part).
  2. [MOC] Liebherr R 926 Compact Litronic

    Replace black 1 x 2 plates with this: Then use this(4L): I think it`ll allow the gear to spin freely, but not 100% sure
  3. +1 to the previous question! What do I have to aim for: something like TV-show battle bots, or absolutely anything, that can be described as battle bot/robot?Will something animal-like, for example, scorpion-walker design fit the contest rules?
  4. As for the clutch I mentioned in my previous post, it`s very reliable.
  5. Take this part (2983 BL): And add this: Insert the stud in the pulley and you have a really great clutch(Original idea by ZED http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=3414030) Very cool progress, btw :)
  6. My prize has just arrived :) And I`ve already sorted parts for Didumos69`s fix
  7. Well, I have seen some mocs that use pneumatic valves with 2 ends, but only one of them is connected to the air.Just like this great crane from Makorol: So, what`s the secret of such systems?
  8. Well, I`ve recently got that part. The problem is that it`s working only in one direction( In OR out movement of cylinder). Changing the postition of the switch doesn`t make the valve to move in(while the pump is in action, ofc) Is it the case pneumatic brick is broken or am I missing something?
  9. At first I have to buy this part from BL;D I need to make a system with 4-valve compressor and 4 pneumatic cylinders(using only one port on each of them).I hope it will work..)
  10. That`s just what I wanted to know, thank you! You are right - it`s the situation where I can`t run a hose to the second port
  11. I`m not sure if I should post this question here, but I feel like I don`t have to create a topic for that. So, can anybody explain me how this part works? I`ve checked old instructions of sets where it was used (with old, one-holed cylinders) and the question is: Is it possible to control both up and down motion of pneumatic cylinder with 2 holes(http://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=2793c01&idColor=3#T=C&C=3 ), using only one of these holes and this part:
  12. The message is only visible if you are logged in. Btw, Jim, that entry is already on list(post #133), so we are still missing 1 entry...Your list has 19 entries as well
  13. Got the message..! Well done, guys!