A module of great ball contraption using scotck yoke system to up the balls and a spiral slide end.
A simple GBC (Great Ball Contraption) module to know the speed of a line of GBB.
A Lego Vertical Ball Clock, featured hours and minutes, powered by a motor and regulate by balls.
A new small mechanical loom which weaves fabric using 6 reels, faster and more reliable than the previous one, including a many asked computing renderer building instructions !
A congreve clock with hour, minute and second hands, powered by a lego windup motor, featured a ring bell and a oscillating path.
A kinetic clock powered by a motor based on moving parts to display time.
A fancy mechanical Kinetic sculpture inspired by an illusion wood sculpture.
A lego braiding machine, powered by a single motor, which makes ropes and wristband.
A 3 hand clock, powered by a pneumatic engine with a Steampunk design. Include building instructions.
A retrospection of my Lego work, including new works and some clock future projects.
A trophy truck, features drive with A Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), steering and suspensions.
A mechanical device used for calculating area on an arbitrary shape.
My first planimeter, very simple and very demonstrative to understand how a mechanical device can calculate area.
A lego pneumatic tractor based on a hot bulb engine Lanz tractor. Features drive, single pneumatic engine, adjustable ignition point, steering and suspended seat.
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.