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Experiment with SBrick

Dad build another vehicle, this time from two modules, to test the SBrick.

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The front module for another vehicle to test the sBrick.

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The second module for the test car.

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Build by dad to check the SBrick. It works.

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Build during Catbrick 2017.

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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.

Chair 1

Folded:

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A sunday evening session, a difficult decision.

Christmas Tree

Poinsettia

Wreath

Snowflake

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Build by dad in a common LEGO session with me.

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Improved version: higher, fixing clip for load and augmented base, by Pau and me.

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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 Pau.

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Build by Martina.

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Build by Pau.

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Crazy pencil, done by Frank.

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Dad got a tip for a shop in Barcelona. There he found the last missing piece for the Power Functions books, an uncommon motor. He build the only…

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Build by Pau. Video

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Build by Martina. Video

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Wow! Video

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The second model. It has the advantage that the battery box is included. Dad has the idea to integrate the infrared receiver, too. And I added a second…

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Dad ordered the book some days ago. He showed me the book saying that it will be a Christmas gift. I didn’t agree and found a reason to…

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During 2nd session of FLL Jr.

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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 during the first FLL Jr. session. Not so easy or loosing the practice.

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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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I build it together with a WeDo robot. I didn’t want it, but dad insisted. It is not the prettiest modell.

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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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In an first attempt the doors were not blocked by the red liftarms. The problem was caused by a missing adjustment of the black gears of a door….

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Another shooting mechanics. The first without motor in the book, but it makes a lot of fun. Easy.