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  1. Hello people, as i have seen some topics made by some members were they share their creations, modifications and ideas, i thought it was a good idea to start my own topic about that, this way i can avoid filling other topics with too many information by saving all that information here and just posting small texts in those other topics. To start, i would like to share some creations which i worked on: Model Team Nissan Frontier. This is one of my oldest models, i made it even before i knew about Eurobricks, and i would like to share it with you because you might like it or modified it: This model features front independent suspension, rear leaf spring suspension using 5.5 axles, HOG steering, working doors, bonnet and tailgate, 5 seats and a towing hitch; its very possible that some parts are with wrong colors or there could be outdated building techniques, but i think that is not too bad for one of my first LDD models (i am no sure, but if i have enough time and inspiration i could make it in real Technic parts), The LXF: http://bricksafe.com/files/imanol/nissan-frontier/Nissan Frontier.lxf. Model Team Paramount Group Marauder MRAP. Again, one of my oldest models, it is made at a pretty small scale but it could still be considered as "model team" (i think), it has pendular suspension in both axles which are damped by cross-axles which act as leaf springs, it has HOG steering, working winch and doors, a spare tire and 2 turrets that can be mounted on the roof: The LXF: http://bricksafe.com/files/imanol/paramount-marauder/Paramount Group Marauder.lxf Technic Unimog U500 Long Chassis (I have called it UNI-MOC) You might have seen it in the latest posts at 8110´s Mods topic ( http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/topic/57543-8110-unimog-mods-and-improvements/&page=78 ), it is a 64 studs long and 24 studs wide model which i started to make because the modifications in the 8110 got to a too high level and i wasn´t satisfied with the whole model, i created this new model to hold all of my wanted functions and details, this model has some designs from other builders: Madoca´s Tatra 2-speeds gearbox (slightly modified to fit in this new chassis), Efferman´s planetary rims, a modified version of Didumos knob gear driven axle and a 3-side dumping system and dropping sides inspired by Kumbbl´s modifications, it was also made by some help and inspiration by Pat-Ard: This Unimog has 4 M-Motors, 2 L-Motors, 2 XL-Motors, 3 IR RC Receivers, 2 AAA Battery Boxes and 3 PF Switches (brick-built with ugly colors), why so many motors? well, as you might know, the 8110 had only one M-Motor inside it, which was meant to drive the 3 main functions of the set (front PTO, rear PTO and the pneumatic pump) the problem was that the functions couldn't be used simultaneously, you couldn't power front and rear PTO´s at the same time or with the pneumatic pump and because this system uses a gearbox and axles to engage and transmit the power to the different parts, this results in a lot of friction and power losing (other of the reasons of why i started this MOC), other thing that bother me about the 8110 was the proportions of it, it was very tall with lifted wide axles, but very thin cab and bed which made it look silly, the chassis had no space for all the functions that i wanted, i couldn't place enough motors or functions on it, and the axles were another problem, the steering pivot and angle was a disappointing, the tires couldn't steer too much with the half pins, and if you removed them, the mudguards and the surrounding elements needed to be placed far away from the tires to avoid them from colliding, these are few of the reasons of why i started to make my own version of this UGN class of Unimog (which are U300, U400 and U500). Some of the good features of this model are: Improved steering pivot (2 studs closer to the wheels compared to standard portal hubs) Wheels and portal hubs can handle more torque without jamming parts The axles are more compact (less tall), so the chassis can move even lower for a more realistic performance Front steering by L-Motor Rear steering (By M-Motor) with the same axle design as the front one Anti-roll bars in both axles, which help a lot to handle with weight and give a lot of stability, and they can be easily removed for serious offroading Remotely shifted 2-speeds gearbox by M-Motor Directly driven pneumatic pump (L-Motor) and PTO´s (M-Motors) for less power losing 3-side tipping 37 studs long 23 studs wide dump bed with dropping sides using a V2 large pneumatic cylinder Drive by 2 XL-Motors So, these are some of my models, i hope you like them, and i hope to upload more of them, i will try to do my best with all them, let me know what you think about this topic and the models, and any suggestion is well received Thanks.
  2. Hello everyone 1- I hope this subject is in the right place. 2- Sorry for my bad english I think you all have at one time or another during a construction, wanted to have a room that does not exist to carry out your project. So, you've probably imagined several over the years. 1- I imagined myself to create several in recent days (others to come) You can find them on Flickr HERE you can react on what you see. 2- Would you like to propose some already, in 3D or other? I opened a group for: - the techniques, - tutorials - new coins 1 month ago on Flickr HERE 3- Do you have any ideas? => Could you describe by embellishing an image that you would like to have? I can try to create on request if my limitation 2D (photoshop) allows it. By the way for your information, I also realized baseplates that are on Flickr. I would like your opinions, your reactions, your proposals ... TYVM Some exemples:
  3. So, @Fieldtest requested a device to link two of the large V2 pneumatic actuators together, end to end. this is what I came up with, and it is so potentially helpful that I thought it would be worth sharing in its own topic. Pneumatic Cylinder Connection by Saberwing007, on Flickr It's pretty easy to make, but it was a real pain to figure out, because Lego, in their infinite wisdom, made some of the dimensions not a whole number of studs, which is really odd for them. Thus, this build needed some very illegal connections in order to work and be stiff. I've also got some more construction pics: Step 01 by Saberwing007, on Flickr IMG_20171214_180212047 by Saberwing007, on Flickr Step 03 by Saberwing007, on Flickr There you go, I hope you all find this to be useful.
  4. We did get Duplo circus sets, but I personally would love to see a sub-theme in a normal LEGO system set for either Friends or City with circus-themed sets including but not limited to: - Circus Cannon: a cannon and a "human-cannonball." - Circus Motor Stunts: ramps, two bikes, two drivers, and a generous employee - Circus Elephant Training: an elephant, a food pen, one animal tamer, one clown, and two employees - Circus Clown Car: a car with a clown face, some juggling pins, a unicycle, one child, and three clowns - Circus Train: a long locomotive in bright red, purple, and yellow, two cars for animals, one car for clowns, two tigers, an elephant, two clowns, a mime, an acrobat, an animal tamer, three employees, and a circus director - The Circus: a large circus tent, a tight rope, two rows of seats, a ticket booth, one tiger, two elephants, a tight-rope walker, three clowns, two acrobats, a circus director, a magician, two employees, an animal tamer, four children, and five parents - Circus Food Court (a retail exclusive): a hot dog booth, a pizza booth, a popcorn booth, a cotton candy booth, one clown, two employees, two children, and two parents I think it's possible for this to happen somewhere in the 2020s, or even 2019. Only time will tell. What do you think about these choices and what are yours? Warning: This is only a wishlist.
  5. PawpawBuilder

    Lego Ideas Theme

    Hi everyone! This is my first post, so please bare with me... I would love to make a model for Lego Ideas, but need a good theme; idea. Maybe have any ideas? I would like a theme; idea that the Lego community in general would like. Something that can earn a lot of support. Maybe some old theme that I can redo, or maybe even something totally new. It should also be something that wouldn't have a lot of copyright issues, etc. so that it wouldn't be to hard for the Lego Group to actually pass it through if it ever got 10,000 supporters. Thanks, I'm looking forward to hear your thoughts...
  6. I was watching some of the E-races on youtube ad thought to myself, why not have competitions like that too. Just like the trial trucks, but with the focus on being speed and handling. Here are the basic rules I'd propose use either 2XL, 3L or 4M motors for drive, no RC motors allowed use any Lego battery box, the Li-Po is lighter, but has lower voltage, while the new AA battery boxes have no current limit use of Sbrick is allowed since it only controls the model the model can use a third function like a gearbox, or even a spring-powered boost mechanis, as long as it does not power the car directly use of pre-2005 bricks is not allowed to keep things modern and fair What do you guys think? Anyone wanna try it? Few more ideas: size limit - all cars should be approximately at the same size paneling - cars should be properly covered with panels, bare chassis is not allowed
  7. Razgriz94

    F1 Ferrari 312 T2 MOC

    This is my first MOC. It's the Ferrari 312 T2, from 1976. How can I improve it? I know, decals missing, but I'm not an expert What do you think? :)
  8. Anyone on here ever heard of a Third Row Seat before? Most station wagons (typically in North America) have them, which converts the luggage area into a third seating area! Here's what mine looks like: Anyone used these in their wagon MOCs before? Thanks for viewing!
  9. Well, I've got a bunch of ideas and other random things, as I am building more often, so rather than make a dedicated thread for every off the cuff thing or proof of concept I turn out, I'm just going to compile it here. The first item is a proof of concept chassis for a Gottwald crane, which I meant to be an AK-912, but there are many different models that have a similar chassis, including the AMK-1000, and the AK-680. It's a WIP, but I have other projects I want to finish first, so I made this, and am currently working on an LDD file. Once that file is finished, this thing will be taken apart, so I can use the pieces for other projects, and once I am ready to give this my all, I will use the LDD file to rebuild it. Gottwald AK-912 chassis. by Saberwing007, on Flickr The model is meant to be like an official set, like 42043, meaning one motor, and no RC. The chassi has a V-12 engine, like the real thing, and 8 wheel drive, with a single middle differential. I found that given how far apart the axles are, a differential is required between the 2 sets of driven axles. The different angle between the steering axles is achieved by a diagonal beam, which is very effective. There is almost no backlash, and the axles are in sync automatically. Also, due to how it works, the axles are set to the correct angle relative to each other automatically, due to how it is built, without any calculations. Another picture of the front unit: Gottwald AK-912 chassis. by Saberwing007, on Flickr In addition, the chassis can be separated into three parts, like the real thing. Seperate by Saberwing007, on Flickr Although the steering on the front and rear units works well, it's connecting the two that has proven problematic. I blame lack of stiffness in the middle reversing linkage, and using friction pins for every steering connection. But, for now, this is finished. I will get back to it later, I don't know how much later, though.
  10. So, I was fooling around with one of my many bins of parts, and I came across some X-pod parts, specifically these: Milan had me thinking about building wheels with good and realistic offset, and that got me thinking, would this fit in a 94.8 tire? As it turns out, it totally does. And, it's a pretty nice fit. I can't move the tire relative to the wheel at all. Wheel Idea by Saberwing007, on Flickr Wheel Idea by Saberwing007, on Flickr One thrown together hub piece later, and you can see that the pivot point is now a whole lot closer to the center of the tire. Wheel Idea by Saberwing007, on Flickr Also, a turntable would totally fit in here. I just don't have one lying around to show.
  11. After watching some youtube videos I noticed some trucks had some weird suspension on them... It looked something like this: So naturally I started investigating and found that this is a type of setup called a twin beam suspension. So I tried to replicate one in Lego. To explain the concept behind this hybrid, here's a series of stages leading from live axle suspension to the double beam setup: In order: Yellow setup is a live axle Red setup represent the change from dependent suspesnion to independent suspension By extending the half axle lengths (blue) we get a lower change in wheel angle relative to the drive surface (camber) And finally by extending the swing arms PASS the center point we get a double beam suspension And here's a version with drive and steering: So what are the advantages compared to the live axle? - Its independent, which as name suggest aloows the wheel to work independent from each other - Lower unsprung weight - Less moving parts - to keep a live axle in place you need several linkages. Here the axle pivots around one central point And disadvantages? - Complex design, the axles have to be made to travel pass each other without interfering. - A need for a CV joint which needs to allow the axle to slide in and out - Not as robust - Hard to implement portal gears without making the wheels slide sideways excessively - Camber changes are still present I also made a video explanation of the principe. You can skip to 4:30 to see the final version in action: So the final question. Is it useful? Fo me as far as the Lego version goes....no. The disadvantages outweigh any possible advantages. Also lately I have been working a lot on long travel double wishbone suspension which outperform any other previous suspension system in almost all categories. The only usefulness in this design I see is realism, if you are building a replica of a truck that has such suspnesion. Because I want to hear your opinion, here's the LDD link to the suspension, so you can try to make your version and improve upon my prototype: Download prototype here
  12. After several requests, I have made an MOC of a Sherwood camp, including Friar Tuck and his faithful dogs, Marian, and another member of the Merry Men roasting a fish. The MOC includes: A hut covered in vegetation, with loopholes on the sides for archers, a table for eating using gold dishes, plenty of food in barrels and crates, and some tools and cooking utensils on the wall A campfire surrounded by rocks and places to sit, with a fish rack and a bipod for making stew The target, conveniently "borrowed" from the tournament grounds, with which Robin Hood split his opponent's arrow Three minifigures, as mentioned above: Friar Tuck, Marian, and another member of the Merry Men roasting a fish over the fire. Since Friar Tuck is such a difficult minifigure to design with existing Lego pieces, I decided to give him his characteristic look using a yellow sticker over the bowl cut hair piece (after deciding that painting made the hair indentations even more conspicuous). He is accompanied by his trusty dogs. You can see better pictures of the camp on Flickr at https://www.flickr.c...157659507712026. This is also a project on Lego Ideas if you like it enough to support it or share it: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/119057 I have always wanted to portray Robin Hood through Lego bricks. I hope you like it, and if not practical suggestions are always welcome!
  13. While we wait to see what Nexo Knights has in store for us, I thought I would share another MOC I just made. One of Robin Hood's Merry Men enters the village ready to give out stolen treasure . . . since his cart looks to be carrying refreshment, he is able to smuggle the treasure in without being stopped by the Sheriff of Nottingham's men! This MOC includes a horse-drawn cart featuring a barrel full of treasure, and two minifigures: One of Robin Hood's Merry Men to steer the cart, and a village blacksmith ready to gather up the treasure (as shown in the last image). This is also a project on Lego Ideas, if you feel inclined to support or share it: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/113997 You can also see these and additional pictures in better quality through Flickr: https://www.flickr.c...157655165310134 Feel free to add any suggestions or questions in the comments if I missed anything.
  14. I just got a Robin Hood themed set approved on Lego Ideas, at https://ideas.lego.c...rojects/108565. If you are interested in seeing more sets that work alongside Forestmen and Dark Forest sets, or are just a fan of Robin Hood in general, please support the project to show that we want more of this type of set. Feel free to leave any suggestions as well, and I will work to update the set based on these suggestions. The project includes Robin Hood, George a Greene, Bettris, Much the Miller's Son, and Sir Guy of Gisbourne. It also opens up (from a locked position) so that you can easily access the different levels of the tree, and includes several Robin Hood-like accessories. I have three future projects in the pipeline as well, revolving around Little John, Marian, and Will Scarlet. Lastly, do you know of other good places for me to share this project? Main shot of the Trysting Tree by ootkaman, on Flickr Split pic by ootkaman, on Flickr
  15. So yeah, been thinking and working on some ideas for some cool Agents themed sets... Warning: contains spoliers. SPOILERS! SPOILEEERS. Possible ideas that popped up in my mind: "S.H.I.E.L.D. SUV Pursuit" A Shield Black SUV, a Hydra soldier, agent May or a shield agent as the minifigs. Kinda of a small, $15/$20 set. "Attack on the Fridge Tower." Inspired by the scene where Grant Ward, John Garrett and HYDRA raid the Shield prison known as "The Fridge", and are attacked by a SHIELD helicopter. A Black S.H.I.E.L.D. attack helicopter with flick-missiles or stud shooters, a section of a building meant to represent the Fridge. A Hydra agent, Grant Ward (not in SHIELD uniform), Garrett and a SHIELD pilot/agent would be included in the scene. Helicopter could be similar to the one from the Jurassic World set, but a bit bigger and with weapons. Average set, around $30/40. "Vanchat's Arrest." Inspired from the part in AoS's premiere where Ward arrests criminal Vanchat, would include a SHIELD Helicopter, bigger than the one in the set above, kinda like a Huey or Black Hawk, two SHIELD agents, Vanchat, Grant Ward in SHIELD outfit with a logo on the chest or shoulder, and Victoria Hand. A $40/50 set. "Attack on the Playground" This would be the biggest set, including FitzSimmons's science/medical lab, a hangar, a Quinjet and a landing hangar for the Quinjet itself, and a SHIELD SUV. Minifigures would include Fitz, Simmons, Coulson, a SHIELD pilot, and Calvin Zabo (Skye's father). This is the biggest set of them all, and would depict the scene where Calvin Zabo takes the "Super-soldier" serum given to him by Jiaying, and attempts to kill Coulson. "Mojave Desert Incursion" Includes Skye, Raina, May (if she's not included in the SUV set), Coulson, a desert building with Raina's mind-reading machine and some control panels, two soldiers working for the Centipede, a small/damaged desert building, SHIELD unmarked car. Meant to resemble a scene where Coulson's team attack the Centipede's facility where Coulson is held prisoner. What do you guys think? I have built the SHIELD helicopter which could be similar to the one in Vanchat's arrest, built the SHIELD SUV. Will update with pics soon.
  16. jorgeopesi

    Scissor door idea

    I was trying to build a more solid and functional scissor door than the Enzo set, I thought even put a rubber band to secure the grey piece, what do you think?, any better idea?.
  17. Hello! This is an idea that I haven´t seen before, and wanted to share. It is the 81.6 x 38 balloon tires stretched on the unimog rim. They are 10 studs in diameter and 5 studs wide. The tires will stretch and become unusable on the normal rim after some time!
  18. Today, I decided to bang out something quick, and simple, to take my mind of of a couple of other projects I've stalled out on. It is a replica of the Overland Train, which was built by LeTourneau for the U.S. Army in the 1960's. The vehicle was 570 feet long, and could carry 150 tons of cargo over most any terrain. Sadly, the Army thought that newly developed, at the time, heavy lift helicopters made the concept outdated. And, in 1969, the vehicle was scrapped. However, the cab/tractor section still remains, as a display at Yuma Proving Grounds in Arizona. Wikipedia article on this vehicle and other similar machines: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overland_train My model is actually not a straightforward replica, and is far more primitive than the real vehicle. Overland Train Concept by Saberwing007, on Flickr The only way to actually get a good view of the entire vehicle was to arrange it in a circle, as the real machine was arranged at least once. One thing my version does not have is steering on the trailers, which makes maneuvering a massive pain. The tractor is also tremendously slow, which makes driving it an even bigger pain. In addition, one of the gears in the drivetrain rubbed against some supports, making weird noises. In all, it was more to see what it would look like than to be an actual workable vehicle. Trailer Details by Saberwing007, on Flickr As explained earlier, the trailers are very primitive, and identical, with only the colors and the wheels being different. Tractor by Saberwing007, on Flickr The tractor, with some minifgs for scale. Going by this, I could in theory make it in minifig scale. All in all, it was meant to be a quick project, and it shows. Ah well, I hope this is of interest to someone... Parting shot: Wall of Wheels by Saberwing007, on Flickr
  19. Epic Technic

    [IDEA] Hybrid vehicle

    Some time ago I saw a WIP of a Toyota Prius (yes RM8, another yota) and was fascinated by this project. It was an LPE+buggy motor hybrid but it was not finished and it is still not done. The link is here: So in maybe august I converted my HOG trophy truck chassis into a hybrid with a V2 LPE + an XL motor, but sadly this project was a total fail since there were a lot of gears slipping. So no pics or vid I was wondering if anyone has ever done something similar or is planning to ? Epic Technic
  20. CamelBoy68

    Simple Decoupler now on Ideas

    After some recent interest in the MKIII decoupler, it made me think should I put it on Ideas ? Would it stand on its own, or should I group it with other track items or lighting ? If you look at what TLG has said over the years, that automated controls/lights and other stuff which would turn our train layouts into proper model railways is not going to happen. If you look at the interview with the designers of the 2014 trains in issue 15 of Railbricks magazine, you'll see the reasons why. So alone it is. I have no misconceptions that this very easy design could match the great models this program has produced (Ghostbusters, Exo Suit etc..) That's not the point, I'm glad they changed its name to Ideas, because this is one that fits the definition. Throw in a railroad minifig and you've got an Ideas Polybag ! So if you've built one, going to build one or just like the concept, please take a minute to register your support for the Simple Decoupler on the Ideas website. thanks CB This thread is where it all started
  21. Hi all, Trying to do something for work but my ideas haven't worked. Could anyone make the following logo for me out of lego (LDD) and let me know how. Requirements: Needs to be as small as possible (Fewest bricks). Best colour match as possible. All pieces must e available in pick a brick. If a deign is used I will of course credit the designer. Thanks!
  22. Ok, here is a gearbox I made. It was made to be realistic, so it only has two shafts, one for input, the other for output. I had to make two types of gears myself, a 20 tooth clutch gear and a 24 tooth clutch gear. The 24 tooth clutch gear was cut off of an old type differential, and the 20 tooth clutch gear was made by hollowing out the center of a regular 20 tooth double bevel gear, cutting the teeth off of a regular 16 tooth clutch gear, and putting the 16 tooth inside the 20 tooth. The gearbox is a 6 speed + 2 reverse gearbox, so 8 gears total. Really though, it's a 3+R gearbox hooked up to a 2 speed transfer case. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/technyk32/Miscellaneous/Forum/img_20130531_072212.jpg The picture is too large to embed, and sorry for horrible quality, it was taken on my mobile, and gearbox is long disassembled. Maybe sometime I'll rebuild it and take better photos. Here is a car I made a while ago to teat steering and suspension. I lost the shot where it isn't upside down, sorry. These photos were also taken on my mobile. I'll take more pics of the front axle later, the model has already been disassembled, but I kept the front axle for future projects. These photos are also too large, so I'm putting links. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/technyk32/Miscellaneous/Forum/img_20130522_070614.jpg This is a good WIP photo, taken of the first version of the front axle. Later, this axle would lose the shock absorbers and gain improved steering geometry and suspension travel. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/technyk32/Miscellaneous/Forum/img_20130528_071434.jpg This is the new front axle. The vertical 6L link is for suspension. This model has all-round floating solid axle suspension with transverse torsion bars. As you can see, this new front axle has caster angle. I couldn't get the shock absorbers to work correctly, and I wasn't satisfied with the suspension travel, so that's why I switched to torsion bars. It works very nicely. The caster angle is achieved by simply moving the upper links backwards. The front suspension is a triangulated 4 link type, and the rear suspension is a 3 link with a bionicle ball joint. This model has no fake engine, as the main focus of this model was steering and suspension. Plus, the front suspension took up too much room for a fake engine. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/technyk32/Miscellaneous/Forum/img_20130528_071406.jpg Here is the underside shot. The center of the model is held together by the floor and "doors" entirely, forming part of the central body, almost like a unibody construction. Oh, and here is just a strange mechanism I made. As the input rotates, the output "punches" in and out. http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/technyk32/Miscellaneous/Forum/img_20130612_072035.jpg
  23. I wanted to share a project that I'm doing which I think will be interesting to the members of this community. I've recently purchased the Lego Architecture Studio set, and I created a personal challenge to build 30 models with the bricks from this set in 30 days. Each day, I create a new building challenge to try and build, and I've already completed 9 models so I'm almost 1/3 of the way done! I hope that others will take the challenge, either by doing the same 30 challenges I've done, or expanding the idea with new challenges to try. Learn more about the project: http://tomalphin.com...-challenge.html Please take a look and let me know what you think! I'm especially interested to hear if others have taken on similar personal challenges, or if you have idea of other challenges I should try... Sincerely, ---tom Gallery of a few of the projects I've built so far: Lego Challenge #8: Make a model of a piece of furniture Lego Challenge #5: Build a model based on an architectural style Lego Challenge #2: Build a microscale home, then a bigger model with more details. Lego Challenge #9: Fire Lookout Tower
  24. I don't have much space to use and the servo motor needs to be lifted from the bottom and up totaling 90° radius. The servo needs to be lifted with pneumatics. I've built this model in SR3D Builder to show you guys. It's not really many pieces so anyone could build it IRL and try to make out something. It should be easily recreateable from the pictures. I'm pretty clueless and I don't know of that many different mechanical solutions with 4 different liftarms or so, so I'm asking for help in hopes that someone would help me