Wednesday, August 1, 2012

HispaBrick Magazine 014

HispaBrick Magazine 014 has been published and it is chock-full of goodies for any LEGO fan and as usual, Technic and MINDSTORMS fans get their fair share of attention.

In this edition the TBs staff has collaborated with an interview of the Japanese builder Akiyuki, author of some fine GBC models that have been featured on TBs over the last year. [1, 2, 3, 4]

You will also be able to read the second part of Kevin Clague's excellent Pneumatic Sequencing tutorial which unfortunately is no longer available on-line.

Oton Ribic participates with the third article in his series on sturdy Technic constructions, taking a look at mechanical parts, Koldo presents the next part of his MINDSTORMS tutorial and you'll be able to read a less Technicky review of the new 9398 4x4 Crawler.

Of course there's lots and lots more, a stunning total of 104 pages to be exact, so leaf through it below if you want to and then head over to the HispaBrick Magazine website to download your free copy.

Enjoy the read!

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