Some months ago, I have bought a fake Lego set, I wanted to x-ray it to see the quality of parts. Here is the result.
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A Lego Technic steam machine powered by two pneumatic cylinders engine, with valve gear mechanism, speed indicator, air control valve and building instructions.
We have seen on the Lego Excavator an interesting thing about lego axles. In this episode, we will look in depth on this subject : the air bubbles in lego.
Here is the retrospective of the 2017 year, with important moments, stats and future projects.
A Lego reproduction of a iconic car, the Citroën 2CV in 1/15 scale, featured independent suspensions, steering with steering wheel and HOG on the rear, and openable doors, hood and trunk with detailed interior and engine. With pro-building instructions and also available for sale on mochub in 11 different colored versions.
The third episode of the Lego under X ray, about this time the 3D scan of the #42006 Excavator.
The second Video Lego under X-ray, about the small wind up motor #42073.
Here is the first article of a serie about lego under X-ray, today we have a look to the lego servo-motor.
A lego technic replica of the warthog from Halo licence, featured drive, steering, suspensions, lockable differential, turret and opening element.
A 5 reels fast lego braiding machine, with pro-building instructions and whole package parts + instructions for sale.
A working lego microscope using a water drop, with dual light with down shutter.
A Lego Vertical Ball Clock, featured hours and minutes, powered by a motor and regulate by balls.
The digicomp was a mechanical computer sold as a plastic toy in 1963. Capable to count, multiply, divide, depending of how it is programmed.
The finished mechanical loom, designed for Fana’briques 2012 exhibition which took place the 29th, 30th June 2012.
Here are the results : Many thanks for your participation ! It is very useful for me to know what you want and what you need. According to the result, I have decided to develop the digital PDF sale shop, then the printed building instructions. Despite the large amount of people who are interested in complete package, there are not enough for paying 125%-150% of the Lego price. Because this is the real price for crafted sets (depends on the price of Bricklink). Consequently, I have decided to NOT release this type of product at the moment. Concerning the E-shop...
A reproduction of Citroën Mehari in 1/15 Scale, featured independent suspensions, steering, working doors, tailgate, bonnet and removal hood, with building instructions.