Inspired by BMW's Z4 GT3, I created my own race care with some cool features. My Lego BMW Z4 GT3 contains a four-speed gearbox, inspired by Sheepo. It also has rear wheel drive, suspension, and steering. In order to make all these functions work, I used an NXT for operating the transmission, two NXT motors for switching gears, and two NXT touch sensors for operating the motors. The drive uses two PF XL motors, and the steering uses one M motor. Another M motor and E motor are used for bumping the NXT touch sensors to switch gears. Enjoy!
All new 2014 Lego lawnbot with with rear double axles. 14 1/2 inches length, 6 1/8 width, 6 1/2 height. But "there is more to this lawnmower than meets the eye". Check out Buzzsir to see what under the hood and its not a briggs n stratton engine.
Slwr stands for sliding walking robot.This is my latest walker with the best walking mechanism I ever built. The biggest draw back it: not work on carpets because it is ment to slide. I hope I win. (Please don't ask what does it do because I am telling you it slides)
At 16 inches long, 6 1/8 width, 9 tall. Buzzsir Transforms from a Robot to a lawnmower. My first successful one. It elevates by using a worm gear lift. I had a few problems with the weight of it The housing i made with the worm gear in the center and 2 micro gears lifting the bot. The housing wanted to split apart on me. But i fixed it and it works fine.
This is technically a pinball machine with a The LEGO Movie theme. It uses three NXTs (one for money, one for the hitters, one for the obstacles and scoring.) There are two obstacles (Gears) with two ways to earn points. If you hit Emmet, you get 20 points, if you hit bad cop, you get 100 points. But if you hit Wyldstyle, you lose 10 points. I wanted to make it look like a real pinball machine, so I printed characters and stuck them to the sensors. I also printed some extras for an attractive look. I didn't use a color code so that it would look colorful.
Robo Husky was built for the Walking Bot Challenge. His eyes light up and his legs move. For the eyes I used the NXT color sensor, and for the legs I used all three NXT motors. Two of the motors were used for the front legs in order to have enough power to lift the heavier side of the Husky. The third was used for the hind legs.
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