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Have you ever wanted to make a difficult puzzle out of LEGO without all the hassle of designing and complex building? If so, then this project is for ...
The base is probably the easiest part. I used three 4x12 plates put side-by-side to make a 12x12 square. Yours could be any size.
The first layer must have a depth of at least three pieces to let the mechanism fit. This layer has no special pieces in it, so it should ...
This layer is like the first, except with one minor addition. Four Technic 1x2 pieces were added to the inside edges, two on each side. The picture explains ...
This layer is built exactly the same as the first, so no explanation is needed.
Building the piece is easy. The picture will explain how to make it.
The mechanism is made up of two 2M axles. They fit into the holes of the base, as shown in the images below. The axles will slide into ...
Put the cross beams in the holes in the base. Put the piece in the base, making sure the holes are on the right sides. Put it in ...
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