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Lego NXT Axle Sorter

Hi everyone!

 

After sorting out your Lego’s you’re left with a huge pile of axles… I made a solution for that problem 😀

Here’s the Lego NXT Axle Sorter

 

Put you’re axles into the loading container and the robot does the work for you

 

Here are some photos if you’re interested in the design. It’s not much but with a little help of the video you can make something similar I guess.. Otherwise, please leave a comment 😉

 

This thing I used to dispense only one axle at the time into the machine;

video: https://photos.app.goo.gl/u9Qfsc1c2MDyCiVC3

 

NXT Programs: Lego NXT Axle Sorter

If you have any questions, please let me know!

 

 

 

Lego 40223 Snowglobe *Christmas* op YouTube

I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year! 

Lego 42054 

Hi, this time a second review of this year, the Claas Xerion! I hope you like the video. 

200 subscibers! 

Hello there, thank you all for the 200 subscribers on my YouTube channel! In 2/3 years I reached finally 200 subs. Thank you for your support! If you have any ideas to make from Lego Technic. Please let me know. 

https://www.youtube.com/paulklop

youtube-200-subs

Lego World 2016

Hello everyone! At October 19, 2016 I went with a friend to Lego World in Utrecht, Holland. It was a very nice trip and cool to see so much Lego and Lego fans. Here is a video with my highlights.

 

Lego Technic Truck and Trailer (Convoi Ecxeptionnel)

I just uploaded my new creation on YouTube. 

Lego Technic Truck and Trailer (Convoi Exceptionnel)
This is a Lego Technic Truck which is specially made for the Lego Technic 42053 set. The truck itself is geared down 1:2.779. It's driven by a L motor and has approximately 97,9 RPM. It has a servo motor for steering.

The trailer equipped with two M motors. One for the ramps and one for the small cylinder which attaches and detaches the trailer.
The whole model has remote controlled lights.

For more details: https://goo.gl/photos/sULYmYvnyJpy9Uv4A

Lego Technic Bus

Today I uploaded my new Lego Technic Bus. 

It has a few functions:

  • Working doors (front and rear)
  • Drive
  • Steering

The bus has pneumatic pump, a pneumatic switch, a thin large pneumatic cilinder and 5 motors:

  • XL motor for drive
  • Servo Motor for steering
  • Two M motors for the doors
  • One M motor for the pneumatic pump

The video:

Lego 42053 Volvo EW160E (Review)

Lego 42053 Volvo EW160E (Review)
This is my first review of a Lego set. Thank you for watching!
Pros and cons:
(Pros)
– Very good design and good detail
– It includes 2 pumps (one large and one small)
– The large pump works really good

(Cons)
– It’s a little bit wobly when you use the large pump
– It’s difficult to use the switches.

But overal it’s a very nice design and a good piece donor.

Lego NXT Medi (Medicine Assistant)

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MEDI is a prototype of a robot which helps people to take the correct amount
of medicines at the right moments. It's called MEDI because Medi
is a friendly maiden name and the robot must be friendly to the users.
The android app is made with: http://appinventor.mit.edu
For more information: See the photos

01_Cartoon Medi503_Conveyor MEDI2 04_Units MEDI3 05_Lego NXT Medi Stroomdiagram3


 

How I make my removable stickers for Lego creations 

Hello everyone! I am stickering my Lego bus and I need to make custom stickers. I also made stickers for the ANWB Rally Service Truck and for the Lego Medi. Here is a step-by-step instruction how I make my custom stickers:

Material list

  • normal paper
  • scissors
  • double sided tape
  • Adhesive (one side sticky) window film

Instruction

  1. Design your stickers on the computer and print on normal paper.
  2. Cut out your design a little bit bigger.
  3. Take the double sided tape and stick your design on one side.
  4. Peel of the other side of the double sided tape and stick it to the non-sticky side of the window film.
  5. Now cut out your design how you want it to be.
  6. Peel of the paper (from the window film) and apply your sticker to the Lego piece.
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