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Hey guys, I am looking for some washers to fit on technic axles to help with some very marginal space issues. I'd like them to be roughly the dimensions of the 1/2 bushings. Anyone have any links or suggestions? Thanks, Jeffinslaw
hy A while ago i started making alternative wheels for lego uminog tyres. First i made them using sketchUp but i had a lot of problems so i restarted building it in a totaly unknown program for me, 123d design. It was hard to learn to use this program. Today i got the final version, finally after 4 months.at first they lookt really ugly (see below) but halfway through the cutting of the support matterial it was much better. IMG_20160524_120140122_HDR by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr IMG_20160524_163606705 by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr i am really happy with the final result. beside the not-that-accurate printing, my wheels look pretty awsome. IMG_20160524_164657686 by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr IMG_20160524_164726639 by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr i don't like the looks of it when they are out of the tyres but when they are on them, it's like it was meant to be IMG_20160524_164851636 by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr uminog rim stl by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr uminog rim stl2 by thenextlegodesinger, on Flickr i am probrally get some wheels printed by shapeways or i.materialize. thanks TNLD more pics on my flickr acount: https://www.flickr.c...6413@N05/albums
Hi I am not sure if this has been done before in MOC's but was wondering if there are any MOC, or official set examples of having gears meshed on different planes. This generally applies to bevel/crown/worm gears, maybe gear knobs. Here is an example of what I mean, the offset is an entire 1L, however a 0.5L offset works better with smaller bevel gears. It reduces space significantly. I was also wondering if offsetting one of the gears effects the speed and/or torque. This idea works with the 3L wide differential too!. Regards. Snipe