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The rate shown in the animation is much faster than scale. The other motor drives the slewing motion and is located in the base. A second set of pinion gears engage the racks and prevent the cantilever moment from tipping the arm off the carriage.

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A triplet of tooth gears follows. Instead, you have to wait for it to cycle back around the where it started. Instructionx for an animation of the boom lifting. This force against the paper also tends to push the end of the carriage arm up.

Instructions for 8094-1 – Technic Control Center

Final reduction is about The plotter is motorized to translate along two axes independently or together. The drawing method using the plotter is similar to the 80944 toy ” Etch A Sketch “.

Each wheel is powered by an independent motor. A pair of toothed connnectors, shown in the image, are preloaded against the paper with rubber bands to hold it in place.


When the end effector closes on something, either itself or an item it is grasping, the last blue axle becomes effectively locked. The red and blue outputs are labeled “N-S” and “E-W”. Motorized Lifting Boom The boom can be raised and lowered using the upper motor, but only by driving the motor in a single direction.

LEGO Universal Set with computer control Instructions , Technic

The X axis motor has an 8 tooth spur gear on the output shaft first computer image and drives a 24 tooth spur gear. Model by Benjamin Wendl Click for an animation of the plotter in motion.

A Technic pen is legl in the center of the assembly with a pair of threaded axles. A worm gear drives the next 24 tooth crown.

The jib can only be driven one direction; you can’t go backwards. The motor drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by two pairs of 16 tooth spurs. Since the wires pass up intsructions the turntable they will become twisted if it rotates too far. A pair of 14 tooth bevel gears then mesh with a 24 tooth crown. The red pundulum shown in the computer image is driven to the left of the motor by the friction in the axle.

This robotic arm performs the task of lifting 1×2 beams from a chute and sorting them into color coded bins.

Finally come an 8, a 24, and a 40 tooth spur gear. This motorized mobile crane has a host of fascinating functions. They translate outward on tracks made from tiles via a rack and pinion system as shown in the computer image. When the last blue axle is locked, relative rotation of the red and green gears causes the angle between instructins yellow beams to change, thereby rotating the 4 bar linkage. Instructionz belt system allows the gears to slip instead of stalling the motor when reaching the axis end stop.


The Y axis motor has an 8 tooth spur gear on the output shaft second computer image and drives a 24 tooth spur gear. The lifting of the arm uses the very same gear system. This axle then drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by a set of 16 tooth spur gears. The next 88094 gear reduction happens through the set insrructions red and green 8 and 40 tooth spurs more about these later.

Final reduction is Click for an animation of the outriggers deploying. It cannot slide far enough to become unbalanced and fall off the side. You can then play it back Go at any time, or you can control the system manually.

Final gear reduction is 3: Next come a set of 8 tooth pinions followed by a set of 14 tooth bevel gears. Since the weight is unbalanced, it tends to rotate the axle. We’ll call the side-to-side motion the X axis.