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Hi! Here are the instructions to the multiple arm lift. Here's a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IF4ZdzzzVs This isn't the exact same as the video though, because I forgot to make ...
Nah, this has a name. This part holds the ball dispenser, I just can't summarise it into a title.
This section fits on top of what's been built so far. It should give a clear view where the arm comes to.
As the name explains.
Again, self explanatory.
This section will hold the path coming into the dispenser.
Here's the actual track the ball goes on.
Here's the side bit attached to the dispensor bit with the path on it.
Just get 4 red rods and add them like in the picture.
It's just a hexagonal prism, only with a bumper at the front. I'll stress it in the picture.Y
This fits in to the four red rods. All together it didn't fit into the picture, so that's why it's split into 2 steps.
Layer 1 excluding the main base. There should be a missing blue rod (that's where the lower arm comes).
Now stick that layer to the rest of the lift.
Now the second layer. This time there are 2 missing red rods. They get in the way of the crankshaft. You might realise extra parts sticking out, they're ...
The bit on the side should help with the orientation.
This is layer 3, as the name says. Like layer 1, it's missing a blue rod.
Sorry about the photo, the side bit should clear things up.
This part is for the motor (of coarse).
This motor attaches to the side part.
The picture is of the rod that clips into the motor with gaps where the motor, white connector and the orange connector go.
Here is a demonstration where the rod goes.
This is a doulbe crankshaft which is why there's no room for two extra red rods. (an excuse to save pieces).
There is space for two more blue spacers on the tan rod, enough for the crankshaft.
Here's the lower arm, there is a large hub as a counterweight.
This is why a blue rod was missing in layer 1.
You might've realised this arm is shorter. Good, you should have.
This is why there was a blue rod missing from layer 3.
This section supports the side opposite the motor.
Put this on the side opposite the motor. The orange connector should clip into the crankshaft
This layer Holds the exit track. The last picture is for if you want a split path afterwards.
Almost done! Build this, add it, and thats it!
Just stick it in and you're good to go!
Now you're done (as the title suggests). Try to make sure there's not much tilt in the room because it added to the trick photography in one of ...
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