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  1. I started working on this model many weeks ago in Lego Digital Designer first. The whole concept started with the quarter circles from BWE, which are able to perfectly accomodate the small rotors. I was heavily inspired by the (movie) Avatar's rendition of helicopters. After a lot of tinkering in LDD, it was time to start building in real life: It was here I discovered I made a big mistake. The control stick located in the cab used to tilt the rotors was reversed! I had to go back to the drawing board and correct the control mechanism. Few days, fixes and improvements later, this is what the final model looks like: I wanted the colors to randomly switch from yellow to make it look more eye-striking. Where possible I used black 2L pins instead of the blue ones. As stated in the topic name, this is a motorized model, powered by the small LiPo battery box which is hidden in the tail, next to a single M motor: The single M motor powers a total of 3 functions: - Drive rotors (always engaged, spinning in one direction only) - Opening cargo doors and rear ramp (powered by a gearbox) - Working winch (powered by a gearbox) You can see the driveline of all the motorized functions here: The red mechanism at closest to the M motor makes sure rotors are spinning in one direction only, irrelevant of which direction M motor spins. This way changing direction of the gearbox does not change in which direction rotors spin. Gearboy in front switches between openining doors+ramp and a winch. The doors and ramp are actuated by a single actuator located right behind the cockpit: The rear of the cargo doors is connected to the ramp via bewel gears, so both open at once: I also bult a small container which can be easily lifted by the motorized winch: The container can easily fit inside the cargo bay area: You can see the finished model's video below:
  2. Lox Lego

    Honda CR-Z

    The Honda CR-Z is a sport compact hybrid electric automobile manufactured by Honda and marketed as a "sport hybrid coupe.The CR-Z combines a hybrid gasoline-electric powertrain with traditional sports car elements, most notably having a 2+2 seating arrangement and a standard 6-speed manual transmission. The CR-Z is regarded as the spiritual successor to the second generation Honda CR-X in both name and exterior design. Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr This is a special design and is a one off build. No instructions will be made of this car. Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr I worked with my client on the features and design of the car to ensure accuracy to the original car - the 2016 Honda CR-Z! Honda CR-Z - red hatchback by lachlan cameron, on Flickr This car sports 4wd, torsion bar suspension front and rear, working steering wheel, RC doors powered by 2 m-motors tucked into the Center console, opening trunk and hood, 4 cyl. In-line engine, 2 lipo batteries and 2 Sbricks, 4 light in the front, 2 light at the rear. Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Flickr album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBY38RU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loxlego Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Honda CR-Z - Drive it like you own it by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
  3. Hello, I'd like you to show all the doors I've build for my last MOC. Some of them are quite tricky, others really simple (when you don't have to figure out everything on your own and just see the result). As you can see I use a technique here quite often that allows offsets that are not fixed. #1 Take a look at door #1. There is an extra inlet. You can put it into the frame and still move it. The trick is that you have to have several "segments". This fixes the inlet so that it stays in place. You could easily use this techniqe for exhibitions without worrying that something falls off. => the more segments, the more tight it is. Do not use only one segment. #2 same technique, different pattern. Note the colour usage in the outer frame: very light gray(!), light gray, yellowed light gray, bluish light grey and olive. #3 This one is really complicated because of the alternating brick directions. Think of two levels. One is used horizontally and the other vertically to connect the corresponding bricks in the back. #4 Easy (once you have the pattern) to build and looks very elegant. I love this one. #5 It's like #3 with a little simpler form. #6 Once again very easy to build from a picture, but it takes some time to figure out patterns that work. Which is your favourite one?
  4. I am pleased to announce my most complicated and rewarding build, the Lykan Hypersport. Flickr album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskUnVDew It all started with framework. I had to design it so it wouldn't have any motors in the back or the front of the wheels. Most of my previous builds have been too large in those areas, so I tried create more room with this build. This is a really early version of the framework.. a lot has been changed for the final version Some of my main goals for this build were to create as many realistic functions possible to the real car while maintaining a cosmetically appealing bodywork. Top secret 3 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The curves and features on this car are par to none in regards to bodywork difficulty and functions. It all began with the framework and a 4 speed manual transmission. The rear suspension, (horizontal coil over) was beyond me as to how I could implement it with Lego. Lykan Hypersport- mixed album by lachlan cameron, on Flickr I discussed my concerns with Dugald and 5 minutes later he sends me a photo (below) of a roughed out version of the proper suspension. Lykan Hypersport- mixed album by lachlan cameron, on Flickr We ended up using that same suspension for the build. The 4 speed transmission and rear suspension was build with a lot of help from him. I bumped a ton of ideas his way in regards to proper proportion and it really helped speed up this build. Lykan Hypersport- Red Supercar by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Once the ground work was laid out, it was time for the functions. I absolutely had to motorize the Lykan doors, to the same extent of the real car. Top secret 4 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr This beast has working lights, servo for steering, 2xl motors for drive, 1 m-motor for doors, 1 m-motor for rear wing, working twin turbo Flat 6 with fan. The front hood has an original latch system I designed to open the same amount as the real car. The rear engine cover was designed to have similar appearance to the real car and I found the grey flags to have the right shape and size. Top secret new build.... by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Everything opens like the real car Lykan Hypersport exposed by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Lykan Hypersport- Red Supercar by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The rear wing tilts and raises. Lykan Hypersport- Red Supercar by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Lykan Hypersport- mixed album by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Inspiration... Inspiration by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
  5. Hello, I don't know if this is the right place to post it, but there we go :) 70s Rock Band "The Doors" replica. Made this as a gift to my wife, because she is a huge fan of the Doors, she have every Vinyl, DVD, Books, etc, etc, so i try to give something unique/original :) Challenging parts: - Find heads, hair and clothes more like the elements of the band - The keyboard, because it is a replica of one of the keyboards used by Ray Manzarek - The logo of the band, which is made 100% Snot and well attached to the wall - Battery is not my first, but it is always challenging / fun to build. Images / links to the Flickr album: The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr The Doors in Lego by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Sem título by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Hope you like it
  6. My new creation is a school bus: Opening doors with M-Motor Drive with L-Motor Steering with Servo LiPo, 2x IR
  7. its been a while since I posted so I decided I'd post 2x the content. Focus was on maximum motorized functions including front rear clam shell, doors, shifting (via broken servo motor), 2 speed transmission, steering, sbrick and drive. Enjoy! Youtube: Flicker: https://flic.kr/s/aHskAxCnKJ To see the different build styles, Lox built the red supercar, and Dugald built the white one. The red car has actuating doors, V10, working steering wheel and rear wing when turning, 4wd & rwd. 1 servo, 2 xl for drive, 2 m-motors for opening doors, 1 Sbrick. The white car has 1 servo for steering, 2 xl for drive, 2 M-motors for doors, 1 servo for gear shifting, 1 M-motor for rear clam shell, 1 l-motor for front clam shell. Red supercar: White supercar Which one do you like best? :) Interior: Interior x2 Lox's V10 front suspension built by Dugald rear suspension built by Dugald Lox framework Dugald's bottom of car Lox's bottom view View from above: Rear wing: 2 speed transmission: I really like this front hood design Nice flow from top view: Custom seats modular design 2 servos and 1 m-motor - the broken servo sticks left and right (perfect for shifting) complete framework with 8 motors V10 and interior Under the hood: This is the axle that lifts the rear lid for the white car. Slightly too much torque
  8. Starting with a custom framework and a new design and location for the motors, I tried to put as much as I could into as little space. This time I tried to create a cleaner version of my suicisissor doors.This car has working headlights, steering by servo motor, driven by 2 L-motors with 3x differentials bringing the power to the wheels. I have been collecting all black parts for quite some time and am glad I can finally create a totally back supecar. Totally blacked out! Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskxjRSJA Youtube: Black back bandit style Interior :) Front end goodness Suicissors Seats Top View: Bottom View: [ Everything opens Black back Rear hatch Huge shocks for small car
  9. Due to the XL size of this car the placement of larger panels across the width of the car was possible. This really gave the vehicle a unique styling. I was able to use the large red panels for the interior and the black panels at the bottom rear of the car. Inside are 2 XL motors for drive, servo for steering, and 1 m-motor for the motorized suicide doors. The weight was so excessive on the shocks I had to put an extra strong shock on each axle bringing the total to 12 shocks. Still, the frame barely misses the ground. Framework was completed 100% from scratch, with a fake inline 6 engine. Check it out! Brickshelf link: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=563502 https://www.flickr.com/gp/139930963@N04/0dHU77
  10. Lego_Nerd98

    [MOC] Modular Toy Shop!

    Here is a MOC I finished recently: a Modular Toy Shop. I put it up for voting to become a Lego Set, but it isn't faring well. What do you guys think of it?