Saturday, August 30, 2008

Week TechVideo, 2008 #35 - Power Functions Steering Wheel

This week, one video from a model already referenced here at TBs , some time ago.
It is a spokeless LEGO steering wheel, which allows to drive remotely, LEGO PF vehicles (for instance, with rack & pinion steering or tracked with adder-subtractor gear train).




For more images from this creation, take a look at the respective webpage (in German).

It is a nice, very well done and imagined construction which should deliver lots of fun!

4 comments:

AVCampos said...

That's just the kind of thing that would gather crowds at exhibitions! An intuitive way to drive vehicles, and one that even looks great, is always a win-win situation.

Kudos for the author!

jams said...

Jams demands new technic news

gettin bored over here

Conchas said...

I know, I know... :(

I've been quite overloaded after a short holidays...
But hope to return soon!

jams said...

Hhahah, fair enough, dammit i wish I had some vacay time

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