- 27 Mar 2016
These are building instructions for one of the greatest LEGO Mindstorms attachments that we've built. Super simple and easy to follow and at the end, you have an attachment with a rubber band that controls a lever and that could lift objects from the field. It could lift them up. Also because it is with a rubber band you don't need a motor and you could use the motor for other attachments.
- 07 Jun 2015
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot that we call Space Explorer. The motors are attached in a very interesting way to the brick. Both the brick and the motors are vertical and there are not many robots like this. With its ultrasonic sensor, this robot allows you to follow, find or avoid objects. Just like an explorer. And since it is a robot why not put it in space and call it "Space Explorer".
There is one part that is not from the EV3 sets, but you can actually skip it. You don't need it. Try to find which one.
- 03 Jan 2018
- 20 Mar 2016
Building instructions for a LEGO EV3 steering car. We use two large motors, so that the rear wheels will be driven independently by a separate motor. For your convinience, you can use the EV3-G MyBlock for moving the Boomer.
- 14 Jan 2018
A LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Chassis with wheels at the front. Built with the EV3 set you can use this robot chassis as a base for extending with attachments.
- 31 Jan 2016
This robot extends the Tetrix Box Robot chassis for FTC competitions with an additional arm. The arm could be used for lifting and placing objects and could be quite useful.
There is a special rubber band at the end of the arm, because there are not enough parts in the Tetrix set and we had to use a rubber band. But the principle of the arm is interesting, useful and you should be familiar with it - the arm keeps the motors always in the right orientation.
- 12 Dec 2017
One LEGO gear is powering two LEGO Gears and at the end, from one motor we rotate two axles in opposite directions. Follow the building instructions.
- 16 Nov 2014
This are building instructions for a second mechanism for collecting cubes. This mechanism is designed for VEX Robot Base 1 and can be used for solving VEX IQ Challenge Highrise 2014-2015.
- 29 Aug 2017