Gearing Ratio Calculator
Check out the Beta version my Lego Technic Gearing Ratio Calculator Tool:
This tool allows you to upload your Lego Technic project .ldr file and analyse the gearing ratios between any two connected gears or axles. Currently supports most gears, axles, worm gears, some differentials, cv joints and universal joints. See the video tutorial on how to use it. It is a work in progress and I would love to hear your feedback on it. Click here to try it out.
Note: As of 25 Septemeber 2021 the tool supports CV joints, linear speed via the radius of the component and improves on the frame rate for higher numbers of parts in a model).
Technic Elbow Art
This is a tool to create "Lego Technic Elbow Art" - a series of intertwined elbow pieces as a single sequence. Choose your dimensions and search parameters and search for new dense solutions and set a record!
Download your Elbow Art as an .ldr file and build it yourself. Click here to try it out!
Lego Coin Pusher - Watch this cool machine in action. It really works!
This amazing Lego coin pusher machine is based on the classic arcade coin pusher machine also known as a coin cascade machine or coin dozer machine.
This Lego Technic MOC is made of over 1,400 lego technic parts and weighs 1.527kg. It uses a crankshaft driven by a large motor to move the pushers to push the coins.
Lucky players can win some extra Lego pieces by dropping some of their own into the top of the device. Operator profits are made from two gaps at the front where pieces can fall into the hidden profit draw.
More to explore
Lego Technic PU 2 Speed Automatic Gearbox
This video presents a lego technic two speed automatic gearbox using two motors and the Powered Up (PU) lego technic control system. Each motor uses a pivoting gear to either connect to it's gear to the left when rotating in the forward direction or to the gear to the right when reversing. Th...read more
1000 Speed Lego Technic MOC Gearbox
Here I present a Lego Technic MOC gearbox with 1,000 different speeds. This is not a sequential gearbox, instead the gearing ratios are selected using 10 switching levers each of which adds a power of 2 to the overall output gearing ratio. A down gearing of 1000 to 1024 at the end of the gearbox ...read more
Lego Technic MOC Programmable Controller
Here I present a Lego Technic MOC programmable controller to control two independent Lego Technic functions simultaneously. The controller uses two tank tracks with pins on them to select between neutral, forward and reverse to control a small crane. The timing of the switching can be controlled ...read more
Lego Technic MOC Timer Gadget
An unconventional Lego Technic MOC timer gadget is presented. It is based on 4 pins holding back a liftarm that stops the timer. Each pin is motor driven by a different gearing ratio such that the liftarm can only move once all pins align. This only happens when the number of turns of the main ax...read more
Lego Technic MOC 256 Speed Gearbox
Here I present a 256 speed gearbox controlled by 8 switches. This design is based on a 2 differential N to P gear ratio design presented in one of my other videos. The gearbox allows 256 different gearing ratios to be selected including 1:44, 1:34, 1:33, 1:32, 1:28, 1:27, 1:24, 1:2...read more
Lego Technic 1,000,000,000 to one gearing MOC
This Lego Technic MOC has over a billion to 1 gearing ratio. It is designed to resemble an architectural tower structure. I measure the input speed of over 3000 RPM using a digital tachometer and calculate the rate of rotation of the tower top to be about 222 days per rotation....read more