Category: Part 1 – Basic Mechanisms Page 1 of 2

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Build during the Catbrick 2017.

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Cooperative work and final choice for carousel platform. It is very stable and speed depends on the used gears which can easily be exchanged.

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Build by me for comparison. 

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Build by Martina for comparison.

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Build by Pau to compare platforms for the carousel.

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Build by Martina.

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Build by Martina.

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Build by Martina during waiting time.

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Build by Martina during waiting time.

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Build by Martina.

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Build by Pau.

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Build by Pau. Video

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Build by Martina. Video

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Realised by Pau.

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Done by Martina.

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Done by Pau.

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Build by Martina.

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Build by dad.

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Build by dad.

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Build by dad.

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Dad started to help me. To build all the models it requires a lot of time. For dad it is finger training.

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We compare the number of revolutions. With the remote control for trains we can control the speed of the motors, so that we can count the revolutions.

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Dad didn’t want to wait. So he built the model by himself.  Only the visible black pin is from me.

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Easy.

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Easy.

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I build it for the robotic teacher. No problem.

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I build it for the robotic teacher. No problem.

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Easy.

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Dad build the model some time ago. Because it seems the only model with servo motor, we didn’t dismounted it. Now we will show it in school.

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The first model I choose for my dad’s presentation in school. It is funny due to the amount of gears in the half circle.

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The second model I choose for my dad’s presentation in school. Also a lot of movements.

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The third model I choose for my dad’s presentation in school. One of the few models with the XL motor.

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I “improved the model a little bit to show in school that it is the base of a mixer.

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The models are becoming bigger. But thanks to detailed pictures it isn’t too difficult.

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Funny! It moves like a stitching machine.

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Today’s challenge.

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Like a mixer, but slow.

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A little bit tricky.

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The rubber band makes the difference.

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Very fast.

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No problem.

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The movement is unexpected.

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The most complex construction up to now.

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A lot of pieces, but nearly the half are chain elements. I repeated this model for the school presentation.