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Here it is, the MUCH smoother version of the ring lift! Most credits go to Shadowman39 as he original invented this lift, I rebuilt it from the fil...
Ok, here we start with the base!
Now it's time to make the motor which is inside the bottom. You could also use a different motor, but my instruction is on the 12V motor.
Now you'll do the next part of the motor.
Now you'r making the last part of the motor!
Now you add the mtor to the base and connect a bit of the chain as it is later on far to complicated to do so.
Now we're making the entrance!
now it's finally time to make the ring! It consits out of 32 single cabines.
Now you just have to complete the lower part of the lift!
Now it's time to make the tower. It is just three red rods high.
It's time to make the lower top.
Now it's time to make the exit path.
It's finally time to make the far top!
Now it's time to make the chain. The rest of it (remember, you already atached a bit) has a hole lot of 116 chainlinks.
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