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I've been starting on the bodywork and have added a quick clip of a flush mounted door mechanism. I'll periodically add bits until it's done, enjoy (Above pic is a link to video) This is my current supercar WIP. It has fully independent suspension, torsion bar, cantilevered front, typical rear, and sway bars. steering with attached steering wheel one servo, drive 2x XL, custom miniature V12 engine on an AWD chassis with a remote driven four speed sequential gearbox powered by an M motor. Race jacks with remote compressor, adjustable rear wing, tilt steering wheel, pedals with feedback, adjustable with single lever tilt and slide seats. Photos: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUraaNt Flush mounted door hinge operation by Dugald Cameron, on Flickr Let me know what you think! Video edit and teardown to follow!
Attika posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHi Fellas, I've built a gearbox for 4x4 vehicles and it is rather space efficient. Hope you find it usefull. As usual, I'm being lazy and copy-paste the video description as it has all the basic info. Please feel free to ask, judge, or comment and I try to give my best in the reply It is rather small, I'd love to claim that it is the smallest of it's kind. (but I'm not sure, so I don't say that yet.) Help me find out. Dimensions: L: 7 studs W: 9 studs H: 5 studs Comes with the usual gear ratios: 1st gear 8/24 x 16/24 2nd gear 8/24 x 16/16 3rd gear 16/24 4th gear 16/16 The selector lever required some attention as the upper axles are 5 stud apart. I've been using some rare parts there: -Technic Ball Joint with Through Axle Hole http://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=53585#T=C -Bar 4L (Lightsaber Blade / Wand) http://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=30374&idColor=16#T=C&C=16 However this lever mechanism can do the shifting quite well, it still not "stupidproof" and need some attention while changing gears. The frame (housing) First. It is made so colorfull to help you dear watcher separate the parts on the video. For motorized version I recommend to rebuild the housing using studded technic parts. Input/Output Outputs are self-explanatory, two red axle ends sticking out from the differential. The input in the other hand is the axle with the 8tooth gear on the front. It is offset by 2 studs, but using a pair of gears it can be transfered to the center too. Whats more, it can be done on the front as well as on the rear side. Thank for your attention
Kiwi_Builder posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHaving none of the new 3 wide driving rings is a problem if you want to build Sariel's new RC gearbox, so I decided to modify the gearbox to work with the 2 wide driving rings for all to use. I have made the LDD file which you can download below. Full credit goes to Sariel for the original design and his post can be found here: http://www.eurobrick...howtopic=107240 The green and red axles on the sides are supposed to be connected to the green and red right pieces on the model, it is like this due to LDD not allowing me to place the sides on the model. Any faults in the model, put them in comments and I'll fix them when I can Enjoy the gearbox! Sariel's 4 Speed RC Gearbox Using 2-Wide Driving Rings.lxf
Doc_Brown posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHi Everyone! I just created this, and thought I would share, as it might give someone an idea for a us in a Moc or something. I'm thinking a car perhaps with seats on top. It could only be 3 studs high. It basically gears around the stationary motors and I'm guessing creates the following ratios. 1 motor equals 4:1 2 motors equals 2:1 3 motors equals 4:3 And 4 motors equal 1:1 output. Now if you could create a level on the remotes that engages 1 channel at a time, you would have silky smooth gear changes! Sorry if this has been done before!