Make a Lego Segway

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Intro: Make a Lego Segway

This is an instructable how to make a simple segway out of Lego bricks. As I said, this is very simple and will probably take less than a minute. This is my first instructable, so please take it easy one me. Constructive criticism is wanted.

Step 1: Finding and Getting the Pieces Together.

These are the pieces that are required for the making of this segway. It doesn't matter what color any of these are. I have to sets of wheels, but you will only need one. THEY MUST HAVE A FOUR STUD BASE.

Step 2: Add the Neck

Add the thick two-studded piece onto the wheels.

Step 3: Add the Handle Connector.

This is the flat piece with one hollow stud in the middle. Put it on top of the neck. On mine, it is the black piece.

Step 4: Almost Done!!!

This is the part where you add the handle. Connect the handle to the center stud on top of the neck.

Step 5: Add the Lego Man

this step is optional. Put the lego man's legs on the are where it is lowest on the wheels. Connect his hands to the handles. Now you are finished.

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    meertch

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I got a good model, but my camera broke a few days ago D: it looks much more to scale, and the post is thinner... ill post ASAP

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    meertchmeertch

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    oh, and it stands up straight without any help, and the person fits so perfectly it's like an actual segway

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    jpguitardudesanty22

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    on the bottom center, there is a hole and you can put a connector piece to make it tand by itself.

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    reedz

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Good job on your first instructable. A few things to improve on though... Don't be afraid to rotate your pictures. Use a macro setting on you camera and check how steadily you hold it. Don't apologize for the quality of your work, just go with it. Good job though, keep on workin'.

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    reedzjpguitardude

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    If you put your picture in paint on your computer and go to the options at the top. Click "image" Click "flip/rotate" Click "rotate by angle" Click "90 degrees" Then save it and re-upload it into your library.