Sunday, May 4, 2008

Week TechVideo, 2008 #18 - Roller Coaster, 360º Roll

This week a video for a TECHNIC Roller Coaster implementation, with 360º roll.
It uses Power Functions parts.

From the same author another monorail Roller Coaster design, also based on the same PF elements.


Anonymous said...

The roller coaster is nice, I liked the track design.

Alex Campos said...

The inter-link flexibility of the new treads (too much for tracked vehicles, in my opinion) is really great for this kind of imaginative thing! I only was wondering how the links were connected to the main roller coaster structure, since the "car" makes contact with it from both sides, but then I saw there are two rows of tracks, like on the monorail.

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