Orthogonal Planimeter

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6 Responses

  1. Nico71 says:

    It is possible but the area will be set up by the maximun width of arround 20cm.

  2. NXT45 says:

    Hi, are you working on something? I hope to see it soon.

  3. Arjan says:

    Can you also measure bigger distances with it than 400cm^2 ??
    Just by adding up 400cm^2 to the outcome for every round the meter turns??

  4. Arjan says:

    Nico you’re a genius man. I’m studying mechanical engineering and I wonder what happens if I bring this machine to one of my calculus exams 🙂 .
    Maybe you should replace the needle of the clock with this part: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=x346 to make it a bit easier to read.

  5. Nico71 says:

    Hello, thank you for the comment. Regarding the parts, I use the parts from my sets, I don’t keep all this build, I take apart and then re-build for other creations. Sometimes, I ordered some parts from bricklink.com Also, 90% of the parts I use are standard parts from 2001 or 2012, whatever. You can check on rebrickable or at the end of the building instructions the bill of material.

  6. Guillermo says:

    Hi, Nico. I´m from mexico. I think that your work is brilliant. I love the technic series and that´s why i found your website.
    I have a question, i have seen wich sets you own in brickset.com, do you only use this sets to create everything or do you buy some pieces in your country?
    i want to know that because in mexico is almost impossible to get technic sets.
    Also i want to know if i could make some of your creations with technics sets released in 2010, 11, 12 and 13, because you have some sets from 2003 and it´s impossible for me to find it
    thanks for reading it!

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