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  1. Legotyres

    FWD Lego Model

    Hi All, im currently in the throes of building a transverse fwd Lego moc. It’s in its early stages at the mo, it it has an ultra 4 speed gearbox, engine and differential all mounted transversely. Ive still to do a bit of work on the gear selector to make it a little easier, but here’s a small video of it in its current state if if you see bits of your Lego Design in this model, thanks for the inspiration
  2. Good day. I've been building this for the past 2 weeks, but haven't really succeeded. This is a model of 1991 peugeot supermini - 106. Features: -solid axle suspension on front and independent(?) on rear -Buggy Motor for FWD -BuWizz -working steering wheel -detailed interior -openable hood and doors I've been posting photo updates and got some critisism regarding it's looks without panels. I tried fixing that , but I don't want to use technic panels, I prefer the studded look of the model. One of the most problematic areas is the front not having enough slope and the headlights being slightly off. That's why I would like to ask for recommendations regarding this build, because I'm running out of ideas. Photos below, LDD in progress. The front axle is inspired by Piterx's Panda 4x4 one, but has been changed with my parts selection. Bricksafe gallery
  3. Hello you guys! My name is Ahmed El Shobaki, 25 years old, originally from Palestine, born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden. I've been reading through the topics for a while now in the Technic Mindstorms etc. section which led me to start a project of my own. After being inspired by very famous technic builders, namely Paul Boratko aka Crowkillers, Nathanael aka NK as well as Sheepo, I felt interested in building something extraordinary. Currently, I'm studying to become a MSc. Engineer in Advanced machine design at RIT, Stockholm where I only have some courses left before I get my degree. Enough said about me for now My project is about designing a smooth, great looking car as the fellow builders which previously were mentioned build, but I want it to be multifunctional. So I stated some criterias for the car to feature: Realistic suspension and steering (camber, caster, ackermann, multilink etc.) Front wheel driven by PF PF operated steering of wheels and steering wheel Remote controlled Fully mechanical automatic transmission. Pneumatic controlled doors with onbord compressor and remote controlled valve (open/close) PF Lights Two-seater Last but not least, easy access to batterybox as well as other functions like e.g. openable boot and hood. Three days ago, I learned how to use SR3D and now I'm almost halfway through with my model. I haven't built the model IRL, so the project can be either a real success when I finally build it or a complete failure hahahaha This is due to my regular work in the university where I'm an experienced CAD-designer and design stuff first in CAD before I manufacture something. I will post images of the building process and I hope that you'll like what you'll see. - MSc Shobaki Some WIP images: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zkvp9a2tj3447os/AACc-ffpXP16P-lY06Y450Hea?m=
  4. Hi guys, i need some help with my new front axle. It´s working fine but it can not handle the power of motor (more in pictuter). Do you have any idea, how to make it stronger? or make it another "better" way ? Here is the picture (green circles marks the week spots) And here is the LDD file : http://tomashubik.cz/temp/001.lxf Thanks for your help.