- 25 Nov 2015
Building instructions for this LEGO Mindstorms EV3 attachment for the FIRST LEGO League Nature's Fury robotics competition
- 18 Nov 2015
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Ambulance Robot Attachment for the FIRST LEGO League 2013 Nature's Fury robotics competition. The attachment grabs the ambulance car and slightly lifts it. The rubber bands help with triggering the attachment at the right time
- 15 Nov 2015
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Truck Robot Attachment for the FIRST LEGO League 2013 Nature's Fury robotics competition
- 15 Nov 2015
User this flywheels construction for experiments in physics. Start rotating the wheel and they would accumulate energy. You can try to calculate this energy and to measure how fast it would be consumed.
The construction is built with LEGO Mindstorms EV3
- 24 Oct 2015
- 17 Oct 2015
If you take a look at the videos for this attachment you will see a nice idea on taking the track and the ambulance. These two vehicles from the FIRST LEGO League 2013 competition had to be collected and returned back to base.
Built from LEGO Mindstorms EV3 parts.
- 11 Oct 2015
Building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms robot attachment used at the FIRST LEGO League Natures Fury Competition. This robot attachment takes two of the building and moves them without demolishing them. It is a good example of the use of gear wheels and worm gear. The gear wheels move levers in opposite directions.
- 06 Oct 2015
Building instructions for the EasyBot LEGO Mindstorms robot using in many of our courses and tutorials. This EasyBot has two motors and two front wheels. The third wheel is...well, check it out, see how the third wheel is built.
- 27 Sep 2015
Attachment part of a series of robot attachments for accomplishing the FIRST LEGO League 2013 competition. This specific construction lifts the two vehicles. It uses rubber bands for locking the levers. Take a look at the video tutorials for details explanation on how it works.
Build from LEGO Mindstorms EV3 parts.
- 27 Sep 2015
Kiril Mitov's most favourite attachment. To quote him "I had a really great fun building this attachment and recording the videos for it".
It's an attachment with a Rubber band and a Flywheel and a Gear Wheel and a Worm Gear. So much knowledge in just one small attachment. The goal of the attachment is to be able to have an active attachment without actually having a motor. So you can place that attachment and it will do the work for you instead of using a motor to power it.
Build with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 set.
When placing the rubber bands check out the tutorials
Placing the white rubber band is shown at https://www.fllcasts.com/tutorials/105-rubber-band-attachment-with-a-flywheel-solving-fll-2014-search-engine-part-2 at around 05:40.
Placing the red rubber band is shown at https://www.fllcasts.com/tutorials/104-rubber-band-attachment-with-a-flywheel-solving-fll-2014-search-engine-part-1
- 13 Sep 2015
- 30 Aug 2015
- 23 Aug 2015
- 16 Aug 2015
The instructions for building the improved EV3 Competition Robot by Mic Lowne
- 09 Aug 2015
Building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms attachment using Rubber Bands
- 19 Jul 2015
Probably the simples trick for pinless attachments that we've found. It is a construction build in just three steps. Simple as that. But it has a lot of potential to teach you how to use pinless attachments. Pinless attachments are very useful during FIRST LEGO League and World Robot Olympiad competitions.
- 12 Jul 2015
Building instructions for the Pinless Rubber Band Attachment:
- 08 Jul 2015
Building instructions for the Rubber Band Attachment
- 28 Jun 2015
- 21 Jun 2015