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    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Machines and Mechanisms Volume 1

    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Machines and Mechanisms shows off small projects to build with LEGO's system of gears, motors, gadgets and other moving elements. The book is filled with hundreds of buildable, clever mechanisms that demonstrate a key technique or mechanical principle. Follow along and build rack-and-pinion steering systems, sliding doors, grasping claws, ball-shooting devices of every sort. And just by building, you'll explore the principles of simple machines, gearing, power translation, and more. Imagine. Create. Invent. Now, what will you build?   Format Paperback | pages Dimensions x x 18mm | 1,g Publication date 01 Feb Publisher No Starch Press,US Publication City/Country Daly City, California, United States Language English Illustrations note komplett in Farbe

    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Machines and Mechanisms Volume 1
  • The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    Autor : Yoshihito Isogawa, Popis : This first volume of The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Machines and Mechanisms, showcases small projects to build with LEGO Technic gears, motors, gadgets, and other moving elements. You ll find hundreds of clever, buildable mechanisms, each one demonstrating a key building technique or mechanical principle.You ll learn to build sliding doors, grasping claws, rack-and-pinion mechanisms, and ball-shooting devices of every sort!Each model includes a list of required parts and colorful photographs that guide you through the build without the need for step-by-step instructions. As you build, you ll explore the principles of simple machines, gear systems, power translation, and more., Druh sortimentu : Kniha, Název : The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1, Jazyk : Angličtina, Počet stran : neuvedeno

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1 - Yoshihito Isogawa
  • The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    Autor : Yoshihito Isogawa, Popis : This second volume of The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Cars and Contraptions, showcases small projects to build with LEGO Technic gears, motors, gadgets, and other moving elements. You ll find hundreds of clever, buildable mechanisms, each one demonstrating a key building technique or mechanical principle.You ll learn to build four-wheel drive cars, adorable walking bots, steerable tanks, robotic inchworms, and cars that can follow the edge of a table!Each model includes a list of required parts and colorful photographs that guide you through the build without the need for step-by-step instructions. As you build, you ll explore the principles of gear systems, power translation, differentials, suspensions, and more., Druh sortimentu : Kniha, Název : The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2, Jazyk : Angličtina, Počet stran : neuvedeno

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2 - Yoshihito Isogawa
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    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Vehicles and Movement shows readers small projects to build with LEGO's system of gears, motors, gadgets and other moving elements. The book is filled with hundreds of buildable, clever mechanisms that demonstrate a key technique or mechanical principle. Follow along and build four-wheel drive cars, adorable walking 'bots, steerable tanks, robotic inchworms, and cars that can follow the edge of a table! And just by building, you'll explore the principles of gearing, power translation, differentials, suspensions, and more. Imagine. Create. Invent. Now, what will you build?

    Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 2
  • Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 1

    Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 1

    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Machines and Mechanisms shows off small projects to build with LEGO's system of gears, motors, gadgets and other moving elements. The book is filled with hundreds of buildable, clever mechanisms that demonstrate a key technique or mechanical principle. Follow along and build rack-and-pinion steering systems, sliding doors, grasping claws, ball-shooting devices of every sort. And just by building, you'll explore the principles of simple machines, gearing, power translation, and more. Imagine. Create. Invent. Now, what will you build?

    Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 1
  • The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    Autor : Yoshihito Isogawa, Popis : This first volume of The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Machines and Mechanisms, showcases small projects to build with LEGO Technic gears, motors, gadgets, and other moving elements. You ll find hundreds of clever, buildable mechanisms, each one demonstrating a key building technique or mechanical principle.You ll learn to build sliding doors, grasping claws, rack-and-pinion mechanisms, and ball-shooting devices of every sort!Each model includes a list of required parts and colorful photographs that guide you through the build without the need for step-by-step instructions. As you build, you ll explore the principles of simple machines, gear systems, power translation, and more.Druh sortimentu : Kniha, Název : The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1, Jazyk : Angličtina, Počet stran : neuvedeno

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 1 - Yoshihito Isogawa
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  • Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 1

    Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 1

    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Machines and Mechanisms shows off small projects to build with LEGO's system of gears, motors, gadgets and other moving elements. The book is filled with hundreds of buildable, clever mechanisms that demonstrate a key technique or mechanical principle. Follow along and build rack-and-pinion steering systems, sliding doors, grasping claws, ball-shooting devices of every sort. And just by building, you'll explore the principles of simple machines, gearing, power translation, and more. Imagine. Create. Invent. Now, what will you build?

    Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 1
  • The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2 - Yoshihito Isogawa

    Autor : Yoshihito Isogawa, Popis : This second volume of The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Cars and Contraptions, showcases small projects to build with LEGO Technic gears, motors, gadgets, and other moving elements. You ll find hundreds of clever, buildable mechanisms, each one demonstrating a key building technique or mechanical principle.You ll learn to build four-wheel drive cars, adorable walking bots, steerable tanks, robotic inchworms, and cars that can follow the edge of a table!Each model includes a list of required parts and colorful photographs that guide you through the build without the need for step-by-step instructions. As you build, you ll explore the principles of gear systems, power translation, differentials, suspensions, and more.Druh sortimentu : Kniha, Název : The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2, Jazyk : Angličtina, Počet stran : neuvedeno

    The LEGO® Power Functions Idea Book, Vol. 2 - Yoshihito Isogawa
  • Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 2

    Lego Power Functions Idea Book, Volume 2

    The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book: Vehicles and Movement shows readers small projects to build with LEGO's system of gears, motors, gadgets and other moving elements. The book is filled with hundreds of buildable, clever mechanisms that demonstrate a key technique or mechanical principle. Follow along and build four-wheel drive cars, adorable walking 'bots, steerable tanks, robotic inchworms, and cars that can follow the edge of a table! And just by building, you'll explore the principles of gearing, power translation, differentials, suspensions, and more. Imagine. Create. Invent. Now, what will you build?

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which Power Functions for controllable car?

If you have no technic and no power functions you will need to get quite a lot. You could buy small technic sets to get enough parts to build the moving parts and you your current collection, or buy a big set and just add power functions to it. The Customized Pickup Truck is a good starter set that has all the right moving parts, but pretty much any Technic truck/car contains steering and a drive chain that you can attach a motor to.

For steering I recommend the servo motor. As a kid I spent a lot of time making cars that would lock left or right but not flick back to exactly straight afterwards.

 Servo Motor

For propulsion you have a whole array of motor options, the biggest and strongest (but also the slowest) is the XL motor. I've seen the Customized Pickup Truck converted to full RC using two M motors.

 XL Motor

One IR receiver can control two wires so if you're only thinking about propulsion and steering one will do.

 IR reveiver

You'll need a battery pack. I prefer there one that takes AAs because years from now AA battery will still be purchasable and may be even longer lasting, plus you can keep spares near by, as opposed to the Lego rechargeable battery which will wear out over time and not be available forever.

 Battery Box

And finally a remote. The speed remote lets you control the speed of the motors, not just forward/backwards at a fixed speed. However you'll need some extra parts to make left/right steering make sense on there. The other option is the basic IR remote. Either one can control two functions.

 Speed Remote IR Remote

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Synopsis: This second volume of The LEGO Power Functions Idea Book, Cars and Contraptions, showcases small projects to build with LEGO Technic gears, motors, gadgets, and other moving elements. You&#x;ll find hundreds of clever, buildable mechanisms, each one demonstrating a key building technique or mechanical principle.

You&#x;ll learn to build four-wheel drive cars, adorable walking &#x;bots, steerable tanks, robotic inchworms, and cars that can follow the edge of a table!

Each model includes a list of required parts and colorful photographs that guide you through the build without the need for step-by-step instructions. As you build, you&#x;ll explore the principles of gear systems, power translation, differentials, suspensions, and more.

About the Author:Yoshihito Isogawa is a LEGO luminary with 46 years of building experience. In addition to running Isogawa Studio, Inc., he regularly holds LEGO workshops, lectures at schools and science museums, and creates LEGO models for events and exhibitions. He is the author of the popular LEGO Technic Idea Book series (No Starch Press), as well as other Japanese-language LEGO titles.

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Introduction: Lego Power Functions Vehicle (With Video)

This is the second remote control Lego Power Functions vehicle that I have uploaded to Instructables. If you have not seen my first one(a tank), here is the link. Since this one uses large rubber tires instead of tracks, it is a lot faster and maneuverable. 

These are the Power Functions Items that you will need to build this project. If you are missing some of the items, you can buy them off of LegoShop.com.
- (2) Small Motors
- (1) Battery Box
- (1) IR Remote Control
- (1) IR Receiver

There are several sets that the large rubber tires come in. If you don't have them, I'm sure you can substitute them for smaller ones. The rest of the pieces can be found in most standard Lego Technic sets. 

This project will probably take about minutes to make depending on how fast you can find your pieces in your collection of Legos.

Step 1: The Battery Pack

 Here, we will get the battery pack ready for the rest of the model.

Pictures:
1) Get out you battery pack. Note the orientation of the battery pack in the picture. This will be IMPORTANT later on.
2) Find four Hassenpins
3) Stick two of them onto the battery pack as shown.
4) Same for the other side. 

Step 2: Building the Mainframe

In this step we will build the mainframe.

Pictures:
1) Insert two long black pins into a three length beam as shown.
2) Put one of the long black pins into the second hole of a 15 length beam.
3) Do the same with another beam.
4) Build another one.
5) Attach one of the structures to the battery pack as shown.
6) Do the the same with the other side. Be sure that you are sticking the Hassenpins through the correct holes on the beams.

Step 3: Completing the Mainframe

Pictures:
1) Insert two long black pins into a right angle Hassenpin.
2) Put a three length beam on the two pins as shown.
3) Put another right angle Hassenpin on top.
4) Build another one.
5) Attach the two structures to the model as shown.
6) Put two 15 length beams on the Hassenpins. 

Step 4: Adding the Motors and Tires

This is the fun step where we get to add motors and tires.

Pictures:
1) Start here.
2) Snap the motors onto the black pegs.
3) Get a 7 length rod,
4) insert it all the way into the motor, and add a bushing.
5) Do the same for the other motor.
6) Add LARGE rubber tires onto the rods.

Step 5: Front Wheel

There are ten pictures to this step so make sure to arrow over to see all of them.

Pictures:

For this one I wont narrate step by step; just build what is in the pictures.

Step 6: Attaching the Front Wheel

Pictures:
1) Put two, three length rods into the piece shown.
2) Put the piece onto the model as shown.
3&4) Do what is shown.
5) Attach the front wheel

Step 7: Receiver Support Structure

Pictures:
1) Add a 9 length beam.
2,3,&4) Hold it in place using black pins.

Step 8: Mounting the Receiver

Pictures:
1) Add a Hassenpin.
2) Add another Hassenpin.
3) Add a three length beam.
4) Add the receiver.

Step 9: FINAL Step- Wiring

Pictures:
1) Connect the receiver to the battery pack.
2&3) Connect the motors to the receiver.
4&5) You can use two, three length beams connected by two black pins to pin the wires back neatly.

Step Troubleshooting

The remote doesn't work.

          Make sure that the battery pack is on and that the remote and the receiver are on the same channel.

The switches on the remote aren't controlling the right motors.

          Switch which motor is connected to what terminal on the receiver.

The wheels are going the wrong way.

          Fix this problem using the toggle switches on the remote.

I will answer any more questions that you post as comments. I am entering this into the Toy Challenge 2 so if you like it, please vote. Thanks!

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Construct

( Minutes)

Build the Power Car
(all of book 11A and book 11B to page 9, step 10)

power-car-building-instructions-front-page

VIEW BUILDING INSTRUCTIONS

Turn on the motor by pushing the battery box switch forward.
Make sure all the wheels turn freely and do not rub on the sides of the power car.

Build Your Test Hill
Mark a start and finish line on the plank, 2 m (≈ 2 yds) apart. Place the plank on an object so the finish line is 20 in (≈ 50 cm) higher than the floor.

Tip
The power car can travel very fast, even up hills, so it might be a good idea to put the ramp against the wall in a corner to prevent it going over the edge.

power-car-on-ramp

Contemplate

( minutes)

Which is the fastest uphill power car?
The power car needs to be as fast as possible when driving uphill.
First predict how fast power car A will travel 2m (≈ 2 yd) uphill. Then test your prediction. Next, follow the same procedure for power cars B, C and D.
Test several times to make sure your results are consistent. Test results may vary depending on surface of the hill.

Power car A (page 9, step 10) will need approximately 4 seconds to travel 2 m (≈ 2 yd) uphill.

power-car-small-wheels

Power car B (page 10, step 11) will need approximately 3 seconds to travel 2 m (≈ 2 yd) uphill.

power-car-big-wheels

Power car C (page 11, step 12) will need approximately 10 seconds to travel 2 m (≈ 2 yd) uphill.

power-car-small-wheels

Power car D (page 12, step 13) will need approximately 7 seconds to travel 2 m (≈ 2 yd) uphill.

power-car-big-wheels

The fastest of the four is power car B, using big wheels and gearing.

Did you know?
The circumference of the small wheel is cm (≈ in).
The circumference of the big wheel is cm (≈ in).

two-wheels

Optional: How steep a hill?
How steep a hill is your power car able to climb? Place the plank on an object so the finish line is70, 80, 90 cm or more (≈ 28, 31, 35 in) higher than the floor. Test which of the power cars A, B, C or D is best at climbing steep hills.

Power car C can climb the steepest hills.

Continue

( Minutes)

How strong is your power car?
Build a sled and attach it to your power car using a string around the hook at the rear.

power-car-sled-assembly

Load the sled with books.
First predict how heavy a load power cars A and C can pull. Then test which power car can pull the heaviest load.

Power car C (page 11, step 12) can pull the heaviest load. Test results may vary, depending on the surface of the test track.

power-car-sled-books

Also try adding counterbalance to the front of the power car.

This will keep the front end of the power car down and make it more stable.

Tip
Use the weight element as a counterbalance.

Try different combinations of wheels and gearing to achieve the best pulling power.

How heavy a load can your best power car pull?

power-car-front-weight
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