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  1. Rules of the Topic (Please read these guidelines before posting) [*]Any Lego LDD "tricks" (NOT standard functions) are welcome to post in this topic. [*]Please take a look if your trick duplicate or not. [*]Please start your title with [bold] LDD Trick #??, ?? is last trick number + 1. [*]Tricks tutorial can be any form, video or picture (800x600 max). [*]LXF sample files (link) are welcome.
  2. I need help with a small section of a MOC. I've created a rock wall out of a bunch of 2449 1x3x2 inverted slope bricks - I stack four of the bricks on top of each other, there are 18 columns of bricks, and each column is raised two plates higher than the last one. However, each slope brick is only attached by one stud, which is a very weak connection, and ultimately they will need to help support a large rectangular roof that will sit over the entire chamber. Any idea how I can connect all of the slope bricks together to form a strong, solid wall?
  3. Hey all LEGO Technic Builders, First of all I'm an old guest member on this forum but today i decided to join this amazing Forum <3 I decided to male this topic which will be an index for all my LEGO Technic Tutorials i made on YouTube and it will be updated regularly when I publish any new content: Hope this topic will be useful to you and positive feedback are very welcomed. I know there are super professional builders here which i actually learn from them the art of LEGO Technic , their opinions will be so much appreciated :D Thank you :) 1- Adjustable Stiffness LEGO Technic Suspension (Shock Absorber/ Spring): 2- LEGO Technic Custom Pullback Motor Without Rubber Bands: 3- LEGO Technic Return to Center Mechanism using M-Motor and Shock Absorbers (No Rubber Bands!) 4- LEGO Technic M-Motor Steering Mechanism - Without Servo Motor: 5- LEGO Technic Working Exhaust System (First Prototype Test): 6- Improved Version: How to make a Custom LEGO Technic Shock Absorber (Spring): 7- High Precision Air Flow Control LEGO Technic Manual Pneumatic Valve: 8- The Simplest LEGO Technic RC Chassis Ever (Build under 15 minutes) 9- LEGO Technic Safari/Off-Roader Winch (Modular & Motorized): 10- The Magic of Hobson's Joint (Coupling) Done in LEGO Technic (SLOW MOTION): 11- LEGO Technic Steering Mechanism With Drive (Using Universal Joints!): 12- LEGO Technic Steering Mechanism Without Steering Rack: 13- LEGO Technic Pneumatic Braking System: 14- LEGO Technic Dog Gear Coupling Mechanism: 15- LEGO Technic High Precision Pneumatic Switch: 16- LEGO Technic One Direction Axle Rotation Mechanism: 17- LEGO Technic Simple Axle Lock: 18- LEGO Technic Custom Pullback Motor Version 2.0: 19- LEGO Technic Compact Arduino UNO Case Idea: 20- The Most Compact LEGO Technic Steering Mechanism (Tight Wheel Wells): 21- How to Build a LEGO Technic Custom Turntable with 3 Driving Options: 22- How to Build a LEGO Technic Mini Steering System (For Narrow Vehicles with Drive): 23- How to Build a LEGO Technic Realistic Car Clutch: 24- How to Build SCHMIDT Coupling in LEGO Technic: 25- Testing Schmidt Coupling in LEGO Technic : More Tutorials will be added soon, THANK YOU ALL :)
  4. Hey all, I recently compiles this list of building tips and tricks on how to make more advanced Lego trees. The video includes ways to build sturdier trees, ideas for adding different angles to the branches, and ways to increase the foliage of a branch. Check it out on my YouTube channel.
  5. Hi guys. I have been using LDD since 4 months approximately. Beside I have getting experience, there is a matter that I have not been able to find the answer. I want to model a Crawler excavator, similar to the model 42006 of Lego, but I have not been able to model the crawlers.. I have a similar problem trying to model some chains, like the ones used in motorcycles. In the attached file, how to put the chain connecting both gears and closing the chain in a loop? I have found the parts, but i could not manipulate to configure the crawler or the chain. Does anyone know how to do it? Could somebody recommend a tutorial or video explaining how to do it. Other question, Where can i find a tutorial to use the flex tools.. I am also having problems with this tool. Regards, Mauroperez67 Chains.lxf