Saturday, December 31, 2011

Week TechVideo, 2011 #52 - Pull back robot

Now that most of you should be eager to get a confirmation whether we will have new LPF elements (motors) in 2H2012!? I decided to bring you this video from Tala*

It is a reason to ask, do you need any LPF elements (LEGO Power Functions) or LMS (LEGO MINDSTORMS), to make your robots move

*) Tala is also known from a video he made about his pop-up LEGO box / set / scene.


toa-of-justice said...

According to the box of 4995 Cargo Copter, the winch element used in this robot is a Power Functions piece.

-Toa Of Justice

Conchas said...


I know, but as it is not listed in BL as a PF element, neither it is an electrical active element, I took the chance... ;D

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