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  1. lostdriveway

    DIGGER Construction Roller Coaster

    Hi folks, I would like to share with you my newest Roller Coaster "DIGGER". It was displayed this weekend at the BrisBricks Morayfield Brick Expo and will be displayed later again this year at Chandler. The coaster uses the CDX Blocks track and everything else is LEGO. You can see more on my Instagram page @brickcoaster and @stewbricks Video at the end. Thanks The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr The DIGGER Lego Roller Coaster by Stew Costello, on Flickr
  2. Hi Everybody, I'd like to show you my latest MOC, which I created for an internal ITLug contest. It represent a microscale rollercoaster, themed "Highway to Hell" Hope you like, any comment or suggestion is welcome! Bye Teazza
  3. Hopefully ok to post here https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nanocoasters/the-cyclone-lego-compatible-roller-coaster-constru New project on kickstarter from the same guys that did the Rollercoaster Factory kit a few years ago. I'm not affiliated at all but I've been chasing a Rollercoaster Factory kit for years so I'm backing this!
  4. Inverted LEGO Roller Coaster 1 by luc.2000, on Flickr It's here: my newest LEGO Roller Coaster! Some facts: - 5 cart inverted roller coaster train - 10 minifigures per train - 4 person staff - Half corkscrew followed by a half loop (is this called a Diving loop? Reply in the comments!) - Total heigth: - Track: 79 studs - Overall: 95 studs - Track length of the track (measured from the middle of the track): 655,5 studs - Built on 4x2 baseplates (128x64 studs) - Powered by 1 Mindstorms NXT unit - 3 NXT servo motors - 3 NXT sensors: 2 touch and 1 color More pictures are available at flickr. Hope you like it! Want LEGO to make some sort of roller coaster set? Support here: http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/2201 I know there's a different roller coaster on the picture, but it's about SOME SORT of Lego roller coaster. If this reaches 10000 votes, LEGO will consider making a design themselves, and then produce it so you can buy it in your local store!
  5. **Recovered from the server chrash** As some may have seen in the generals section, I'm building a rollercoaster vehicle with some help from legolijntje Almost obviously, I'm also building a rollercoaster and it's a bit larger than I first thought. (This one) Scale equals 1:28,125 and the complete lenght of the track will become 26,84 metres and 1,78m x 5,69m in dimensions or 10,11 m2 The scale is based on that the original rail have a distance of 90 cm in between, and my track has a distance of 5 studs (or 4 studs, mid-hole to mid-hole) that equals 3,2 cm At this stage I have build a 1,5m long track and I'm not to happy about the results. I think that it's the car that's the problem because the track should be smooth enough. I can't upload a video in this given time because I don't have enough internet left (already used 55Gb this month), so in the next weekend, it will come. However I can show you guys my experiments and findings so far. There are 3 different track parts that I need to make: - A 4-sided track for the first hill including lifting mechanism (3,02m) - A 3-sided track for the middle part of the coaster (15,64m) - A 2-sided track for the last few metres of the coaster (8,18m) I'm not quite sure about the 4-sided track yet but I have build a 3-sided one. This track consist of the following process: + = + Link = It's really flexible: And in full it looks like this: For the 2-sided track I figured I'd just do this as it's easiest and I see no reason why it shouldn't be like that: As it looks now, the car drives really well on straight lines, but as soon as it starts to curve, the car derails. It's because there are no wheels under the track but I will see what I can do about that. I think, that to make the car go all around the track, I need to put in a motor in one of the cars to get it around. Also, the gravity is really weird; IRL the car doesn't come as fast down the hill as the LEGO version does, but then the LEGO version slows down muh faster..... It's a strange world really....
  6. Uses 100% LEGO pieces. It traveled over 400 miles in the back of my ute to be setup and displayed at Brickvention 2012 Melbourne Australia. I wanted to make an old wooden styled coaster which meant big dips and no loops. It took ages to get the transition right. I had to record high speed video to find out why it crashed at certain sections. The hardest part was the chain lift. It is difficult to make the chain bend at the pickup zone. I ended up using more of the blue train rails as a guide http://www.youtube.c...bed/kO6oa7KvsEM A fun project that killed a lot of minifigs during testing.