Thursday, October 18, 2007

TBs TechTips 001 - Electrically controlled Pneumatic Valves

Here I start a series of sporadic highlights for online references, to TECHNIC cute solutions or techniques.
These will be called 'TBs TechTips', sequentially numbered for future reference and will get the label 'TechTips'.

Today I would like to call your attention, to an awesome compact design for an electrically controlled pneumatic valve, totally made of LEGO parts.


More details, can be found here.

2 comments:

AVCampos said...

That is great site, worth checking out not just because of the switch (which, by the way, was inspired by another design, whose link - http://www.staticip.cx/~benw/lego/valve/ - unfortunately is broken)! At the main site there's plenty more stuff and ideas, including videos of my favourite, the Killough Platform.

Oh and by the way... I get red X's instead of the pics in the blog entry...

Conchas said...

Maybe you are using not IE, but Firefox.
When in cache these images may not appear. Probably this site is too much compatible with M$ IE, but not others...

Try to force reload (CTRL-F5).

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