The attachment builds on previous episodes this time using two LEGO rubber bands. When a lever is released the rubber band exerts pressure on it and moves it in a circular motion. As an example we are solving the 2012 FIRST LEGO League, Senior Solutions, stove mission (which was quite interesting as a mission)
- 19 Jul 2015
The FIRST LEGO League 2012, Senior Solutions, Oven mission involved a circular motion. Teams had to build attachments that could move the Oven lever in half a circle. Now this proved to be challenging to do without the use of a motor. It is always a good idea to do every possible mission without a motor because you could save the motor for missions where it is actually not possible to accomplish without them.
Having said that, rubber bands for this mission is a very elegant solution.
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Previous videos on rubber bands:
- Rubber bands - Solving the FIRST LEGO League World Class COMMUNITY TREE
- Rubber bands - LEGO robot attachment that triggers with a motor
- Rubber bands - LEGO robot attachment triggered with a motor - part 2 removing the motor
- Rubber bands - one more way to remove the LEGO attachment dependency on the motor for triggering
- Rubber bands pinless attachment for taking loops
Other pinless attachments:
Building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms attachment using Rubber Bands
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