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  1. Ymarilego

    Chemicals terminal

    This is render of a commissioned model I am working on. 90% of the bricks are already ordered so building can soon start. The model has about 50k bricks and is 2m75 x 1 m in size
  2. aeh5040

    [MOC] Ice sphere

    Here is a little MOC for your enjoyment. It is a sphere (more precisely, a spherical icosidodecahedron), made entirely from one part, the trans 1x2 plate (1950 of them). It was very hard to put together, but it is very sturdy!
  3. Soul Killer

    Lego Building Sphere

    Hey, here a new video of how to build a lego sphere, very good animation I hope you like it
  4. On seeing that there was no working LEGO BB-8 Droid on the shelves at Christmas 2015, and only ready-made products from other companies that would not hold my interest, I decided to do what I could to redress the balance. Here is my project to create a moving Technic BB-8 droid with Power Functions. The aim of the project is to make a driveable BB-8 droid with Power Functions that the user would build from instructions like a normal Technic kit. I will leave programmability as an option for EV3 experts to do in another project. SInce one of the criteria for viability as a LEGO set is the price point, I am aiming for £100, similar to the Cargo Plane 42025. Even with the motors I hope it will end up no more expensive than the Crawler 4x4. The Sphero product is £130 so my project needs to demonstrate equal value to the user for that sort of price. So far I have a Technic sphere with an internal mechanism to roll it, though I am making improvements before making a video. I started with a tiny head for the first prototype, then a rather squashed head for the second one. Now, with the first update to the project I have a much better head shape. The head also has a self-levelling mechanism. The sphere, made with Technic axle joints and panel pieces, is a bit uneven, so I have improved that too. The updated head is designed to cope with some unevenness. I hope to get it to roll reliably soon, so that I can post a video for a further update. There will be more updates throughout the year as I make improvements. Please would you take a look and support the project. Remember that you will be supporting the idea of a driveable LEGO Technic BB-8 droid that the user can build themselves; I will get as far as I can this year, or in any time extension that is granted following your support. Many thanks! Please spread the word and share with your friends. It will take a lot of support for us to let the LEGO company know we want them to produce a moving BB-8 droid in a set! Mark
  5. Jareth


    This sphere is made entirely of Reddish Brown 2x4 plates. Hence the title (Mold and mart numbers from TLG) My first sphere used a combination of bricks and plates for the pentaginal hubs, and technic connections to make the struts inbetween hubs. It was very parts heavy, but also very strong. My second one looked a lot like this. On a side note, this one can be made into another spehere with 3 sided hubs. This sphere got me thinking....what if I could make a sphere with just one part type? After a large bricklink order, I found that I could, but I still didn't have enough 2x4 plates. After several visit to lego stores, I finally got a K-Box of 2x4 plates in a color that I could use for other purposes.