JKBrickworks

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JKBrickworks

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Recent Comments

  • 2 days, 19 hours ago JKBrickworks (22K) MOC Designer
    Great job! I'll modify the description on this one to link to yours for anyone that doesn't have a motor.
  • 2 days, 19 hours ago JKBrickworks (22K) MOC Designer
    This is wonderful modification for anyone that doesn't have a motor. Great job!
  • 2 weeks, 5 days ago JKBrickworks (22K) MOC Designer
    I usually use the Power Functions M-Motor, but if you just connect it directly to the end of the drive shaft and power directly with one of the standard battery boxes, it will run pretty fast. In the video, I'm powering the motor using the rechargeable battery box, which has a built in speed controller. You could also put the IR receiver in the mix and control the speed using the IR speed remote control. Or you could gear down the motor.
  • 3 weeks ago JKBrickworks (22K) MOC Designer
    Wow, that is an amazing display! I love how you have them all motorized.
  • 1 month ago JKBrickworks (22K) MOC Designer
    In the new model, you have to remove the technic brick insert on the side panel to engage the crank with the axle.