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I would LOVE to see this car 5 years later... dont suppose there are any photos around?
Wow, this would be great if Rhino didnt cost $1000 ... [sigh]
Sorry, but this makes me want a hamburger!!
LEDs and Lighting Class
and, how does this work exactly?? would love some contact info for the Lego repair.
well, I answered my own question... http://forums.usfirst.org/showthread.php?18087-broken-nxt-brick
or... you can also purchase electronic flashers, that take literally 15 seconds to change, on Amazon for about $9
you can also purchase electronic flashers, that take literally 15 seconds to change, on Amazon for about $9
Hi there, I'm wondering where you get the IE-3076 do you buy it direct... or from a distributor? not seeing it on Amazon, or even their website... thanks
Hi there Arno... Thanks so much for the plans, I am getting ready to cut them on my plasma CNC, (after I convert the connecting bits over to SAE steel... cant get 5mm) but I had a couple of questions. I was just wondering if you can offer any details about the couple of things. first> I was wondering about the drive on the Z-axis, and how that's linked. Also I was wondering how many 10mm rods you used and are those threaded on the ends? (and are they 1m rods?) Looks like a project ahead of me, but I've built one at work, that was similar so I shouldnt be too baffled. thanks again.
Hi there Mr Arno1978, very nice project, I am thinking about using this project as a starting point for a router cnc... do you have cnc cutable files that you would share?thanks
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