Lego Hidden Blade (like the One From Assassin's Creed)

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Introduction: Lego Hidden Blade (like the One From Assassin's Creed)

I have a power point on a hidden blade i made from lego. It goes step by step. Its pretty simple, but watch out. Everytime u load it, make sure u push the blade into the holder, or u may get a hidden blade launcher!!

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    23 Discussions

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    AndrewH154
    AndrewH154

    4 years ago

    isn't a hidden blade suposed to be hidden

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    tommako
    tommako

    6 years ago

    here is my i add phantom blade :-)

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    ddocdman
    ddocdman

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you, most of the YouTube videos containing a tutorial on how to make what is shown above are mostly tutorials that have... Uncommon Lego pieces. When I constructed it, I kinda found it a bit small for my hand ( Gods Hand jokes ) so obviously I made it alot fatter and instead of a rubber band. I used a lace material and made it have a flex motion when ejecting the blade out.

    Great Tutorial, thanks and keep it up!

    Cheers,

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    catwomann
    catwomann

    8 years ago on Introduction

    how does it lock in place i dont get it and how does it eject also can you just explain to me how it workks too

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    Exscaly
    Exscaly

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    See the 0 degree connector at the back of the device (at the bottom of the picture)? It connects to the axle that goes down the middle. At the point in which the axle meets the connector, there is a little bit of lego sticking out. This catches on to the plate. To eject it, the connector is pressed down, releasing it from the plate. I'll see if I can make a vid on it. It's hard to describe. :D

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    legoman1234
    legoman1234

    9 years ago on Introduction

    ive made my own lego blade using a comb and a belt ill tell you how to make it if you msg me back

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    fformento
    fformento

    9 years ago on Introduction

    How to you lock it in place ready to be thrusted out?

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    Exscaly
    Exscaly

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Good question. The rubber band is positioned so that it pushes the shaft forward and a little up. The 0degree connector has a small ledge which catches on the 4x1 plate going across (like in the pic).

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    l9nely
    l9nely

    9 years ago on Introduction

    it's a pretty good idea but you need to make it longer and retractable so you can move the pen in and out

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    LiftAndLove
    LiftAndLove

    9 years ago on Introduction

    dude
    for one, it isnt even a blade, its a friggin pen
    and for two, its not connected to your wrist
    i wish i could find a good but cheap switch blade build
    but i do give you credit for being cheap and creative
    and dont think of me as a mean person for critisizing your build, im just expressing my opinion

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    mrafter
    mrafter

    9 years ago on Introduction

    how does the blade point out? i'v done all of it.
    but the blade doesn't come out? why not.

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    Exscaly
    Exscaly

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    That's strange. Try tightening pieces and jiggling things around. Sorry I have no direct solution :(

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    killersir751
    killersir751

    9 years ago on Introduction

    i made my own lego hidden blade and it's mechanism uses a spring and i locks in and out after just pushing a button

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    Exscaly
    Exscaly

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    That's an idea to try the next time! Thanks.

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    killersir751
    killersir751

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    yh, but the i built, works perfectly, perfect size, but too many pieces and different sizes (4) of springs (can all be found inside the P.185A BB gun).

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    ezio819
    ezio819

    9 years ago on Introduction

    could you explain the purpose of the cross plate on the back?

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    Exscaly
    Exscaly

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    The crossplate at the back prevents the entire contraption from exploding, as it is under a fair amount of force from the rubber band.