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This Lego tripod Is really useful if you want to make smooth clips, avoid shaky videos and even when you have to capture some really fast movements. It is compatible with most of the common phones because of its elastic phone holder. You should also use this LEGO tripod when you want to make a good timelapse because it stays stuck in the position, you need, because of the pneumatic piston placed opposite the handle. If you want to build this tripod follow the instructions in this tutorial:
A month ago I decided to make an excavator, first I was thinking about a mechanical powered one, but later I realized, that The mechanic cylinders are not that much powerful as I need. So I decided to do a pneumatic powered excavator. I had to buy the Lego Technic 42053 excavator because I needed the two biggest pneumatic 19478 cylinders to lift up the bang, one for the arm and fourth to move with the bucket. This excavator is based on pneumatic system v2. Its half rc and half manually controlled, that's sometimes hard if you work with it in terrain. In a few months, I am planning to build an updated fully rc version. Here is the video of the excavator: Parameters: length: 36 cm Max dig deep: 18cm Width: 17cm Max speed: 0.28km/h Weight: 1320g Electric motors: 3 the tracks mechanism The cabin
With Lego air tanks going on average, 34 dollars USD, here is a three-minute tutorial how to create your own. With virtually no end to the different shapes and sizes of medicine bottles, you can make an air tank fitting more.... or less (bigger or smaller) than the official Lego versions.