Building Instructions -
EV3 is a robotics sets from LEGO Mindstorms. With EV3 you could build an infinite number of robots like Vehicles, Animals and Tanks. The set comes in two parts - base set (45544) and a resource set (45560). EV3 robots are very popular at LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Competitions
Building instructions for a robot for the World Robotics Olympiad Sputnik competition. This is the light version without the lift at the top.
- 27 Mar 2016
Building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot used for accomplishing WRO 2014 mission. It is the full robot with the lift at the top
- 01 May 2016
This is the third version of the LEGO Mindstorms Grabber. This time we use a LEGO EV3 Medium motor and worm gear to make the two levers move smoothly and symmetrically.
- 01 Apr 2017
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
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Multi-axles mechanism
- 03 Jan 2016
This LEGO attachment connects a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Motor with a LEGO Technic Linear Actuator. The connection is through a couple of gears which makes the whole instructions quite interesting and useful as an example.
The attachment was used during FIRST LEGO League 2014 Robotics competition.
- 12 Apr 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