Introduction: 12 Lego Kits DIY

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Hi Guys

So my sister and I worked at a Robotics Lab back home in Pakistan. So my sister was teaching children from the age 3 to 18 to make different things with lego kits. So here are a few picture guides to making a couple of lego kits.

Enjoy :)

Step 1: Elevator

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Step 2: Conveyor Belt

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Step 3: Swing

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Step 4: Seesaw

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Step 5: Rocking Horse

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Step 6: Merry Go Round

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Step 7: Basic Helicopter Model

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Step 8: Advanced Helicopter Model

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Step 9: Frogs

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Step 10: Catapult

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Step 11: Lego Car

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Step 12: Lego Butterfly

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Comments

CalebR1 (author)2014-08-08

Really Cool Ideas and In depth instructions

TheDarkMage (author)2013-10-13

You could also swap out the technic motors for nxt motors

wilgubeast (author)2013-09-03

Cool projects. You might have more success and more views by splitting these 12 kits into separate photo Instructables, then putting them all into a collection.

I'm unreasonably excited about that butterfly and conveyor belt.

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