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  • 04:04 Making the Longest 1:1 Lego Gear Train

    Making the Longest 1:1 Lego Gear Train

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    Wanted to make a long gear train where all the gears visibly rotate. Using only Lego parts. Restriction: the first gear and the last gear must rotate at the same speed (gear ratio = 1:1). Enjoy! Music: Alpha Polaris by Anders Enger Jensen https://www.yout

  • 10:22 Making a Powerful Lego Hoist (re-edit)

    Making a Powerful Lego Hoist (re-edit)

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    6 old videos re-edited into one. The aim is to make one Lego motor (Power Functions Medium) pull a weight scale with great force using only Lego parts and a string. The video demonstrates mechanical advantage in the form of gear reduction and pulleys. Enj

  • 05:52 Making Lego Car CLIMB Obstacles

    Making Lego Car CLIMB Obstacles

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    Testing a Lego car against different obstacles and improving it until it becomes a capable climber. Demonstrates what you need to consider: wheel diameter, gear ratio, 4-wheel drive, tire grip, breakover angle, weight distribution. Enjoy! Base rules for a

  • 02:47 Creating a BIG Vortex with Lego Motors

    Creating a BIG Vortex with Lego Motors

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    A few Lego parts, a bucket, and water. Enjoy!

  • 09:59 Making a GOOGOL:1 Reduction with Lego Gears

    Making a GOOGOL:1 Reduction with Lego Gears

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    Building a long gear train using 186 Lego gears. Many different types of Lego gears are used. Enjoy! Inspired by Daniel de Bruin's "universe's biggest gear reduction": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFslB0AcVmM The finished gear ratio: 103417963084873348

  • 05:25 Can Lego BREAK a Steel Axle?

    Can Lego BREAK a Steel Axle?

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    Let's see how Lego-compatible stainless steel axle deforms or breaks when high torque is applied. The test bench is made using only plastic Lego parts. Enjoy! The axle was bought from Brick Machine Shop in www.bricklink.com a year ago but the item doesn't

  • 12:25 Making a Drone with Lego Motors and Propellers

    Making a Drone with Lego Motors and Propellers

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    The motors, propellers and frame are made of Lego. Non-Lego parts are the battery, radio receiver and flight controller. After building I fly this quadcopter indoors and outdoors. Enjoy! Drone specs: Motors (4x): Lego L-motor [88003-1] Propeller blades (8

  • 03:11 Cheap the Lego Wheel Spins ALMOST TOO FAST

    Cheap the Lego Wheel Spins ALMOST TOO FAST

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    Cheap, the winner of the spinning contest, aims for higher speeds.Enjoy!Music:Achilles - Strings by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)Source: http://incompetech.com/music/r

  • 06:13 Building and Testing a Lego Press

    Building and Testing a Lego Press

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    A short version of the previous long development video + new tests at the end.The target is to generate the maximum possible pressing force with Lego. The progress is measured using a disassembled person scale (max 180 kg).Enjoy!The long unedited version:

  • 13:30 Building and Testing a Lego-powered Submarine

    Building and Testing a Lego-powered Submarine

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    Making a radio-controlled submarine with Lego and other materials. At the end I test it in a lake. Enjoy! The submarine specs: Length: 22 cm (8.7 in) Displacement: 1880 grams (66 oz) Speed: 0.2 knots (10 cm/s) Operating depth: 3 m (10 ft) - ballast tank w

  • 03:58 How To Make a Lego Man Fly

    How To Make a Lego Man Fly

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    You want to make a Lego man fly? It's easy. You just need helium, a sky lantern, a tablet, three Lego motors, and a few other parts. This state-of-the-art airship will lift your chosen Lego figure up in the air in a fast, accurate and thoroughly reliable

  • 04:44 Testing Lego in Cold and Hot Temperature

    Testing Lego in Cold and Hot Temperature

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    I tested my wheel spinner and hoist at -20 degrees Celsius outdoors (lovely Finnish weather in January), +20 room temperature, and +60 inside a sauna. How the temperature affects top speed and max hoist weight? Will something break?The spinner results:-20

  • 04:18 Lego Press vs Barbie Head and Other Things

    Lego Press vs Barbie Head and Other Things

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    Pressing some things + my fingers with a mechanical press made from Lego. The intro is copycatted from the Hydraulic Press Channel. HPC rulez!Starring:Play-Doh humanoidCoca-Cola tin canBubble wrapPlastic army soldierPlastic ugly warriorWaffleBarbie headSl

  • 07:31 Shredding Paper with Lego Gears

    Shredding Paper with Lego Gears

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    Testing different gear setups for shredding paper. Enjoy!

  • 06:17 Testing a Lego-compatible Steel Axle

    Testing a Lego-compatible Steel Axle

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    I bought a stainless steel axle and tested how well it performs in a simple Lego hoist. How much better is it compared to a standard plastic axle? The axle specs: Lego Technic compatible 19 Lego-units long stainless steel sold by Brick Machine Shop in www

  • 10:23 Spinning Lego Propellers

    Spinning Lego Propellers

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    Thrust testing some Lego propellers and rotor blades. At the end I try to get a tandem helicopter build (externally powered) up in the air. Enjoy! Tested parts: -Propeller 2 Blade 9 Diameter [2952] https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=2

  • 06:10 Testing Lego pulley systems

    Testing Lego pulley systems

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    How much weight can you lift with pulleys and a Lego PF Medium Motor? Only Lego parts allowed, except for the string.

  • 09:22 Testing Lego gear and pulley systems - part 1

    Testing Lego gear and pulley systems - part 1

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    This time I use both gears and pulleys to try to generate the maximum possible lift force with a Lego PF Medium Motor. The name of the game is continuous improvement in small increments.

  • 02:55 Lego Motor Lifts 100kg

    Lego Motor Lifts 100kg

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    Lego PF Medium Motor with gears and pulleys lifts a hefty 102.2 kg. Gear ratio 15:1 and tackle velocity ratio 8:1. Only lego parts were used, except for the string. Enjoy! :) Development videos: Part 1 pulleys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUjVby8H-bQ

  • 02:46 Spinning a Lego Wheel FAST

    Spinning a Lego Wheel FAST

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    How fast can you rotate a Lego wheel & tire using a Lego motor and gearing? Let's find out.

  • 08:54 Testing Lego gear and pulley systems - part 2

    Testing Lego gear and pulley systems - part 2

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    Last time we passed 100 kg, barely. This time the target is 200 kg. Hopefully I won't break as many pieces as last time. The purpose is to generate the maximum possible lift force with a single Lego PF Medium Motor. Special thanks to Imanol BB from Eurobr

  • 05:18 Spinning a Lego Wheel FASTER - Over 17,000 RPM!

    Spinning a Lego Wheel FASTER - Over 17,000 RPM!

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    How fast can you rotate a Lego wheel using gears and a Lego motor or two? Last time we got to 2850 RPM (2950 with a drill). Now, let's remove the tire that caused a lot of vibrations and try again. Also test two types of lubrication: canola vegetable oil

  • 01:31 Lego Motor Lifts a Rock (88kg/195lb)

    Lego Motor Lifts a Rock (88kg/195lb)

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    Some of you wanted to see Lego motor lifting an actual weight instead of a meter. Here you have it. 88 kg of granite is lifted to a height of 20 cm. It took 21 minutes. :) Compared to the 220 kg machine, some changes were needed to increase the lifting di

  • 08:50 Testing different lego gear systems for hoisting

    Testing different lego gear systems for hoisting

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    How much weight can you lift with gears and a Lego PF Medium Motor? Only lego parts allowed, except for the string.


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