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3652 Technic Engine Piston Square 2 x 2 This part was included in sets from 1977 until 1995, but it began to be replaced by 2851 starting in 1990: The main advantage of the newer piston is that it allows more pistons to fit in a smaller area of space. The piston is able to fit into the 2850 2x2 cylinder: The old piston required a brick-built 4x4 ...
As suggested on this question Rebrickable has a number of MOCs based on Technic parts. If you happen to know which sets you have, you can create an account, add your sets, and then filter those MOCs to just ones you can build. However, not all of these are available as LDD projects, some are "photo sets".
Eurobricks forum has hundreds of official sets in LDD format here: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=41226&#entry727293
Just today I tried to use it quite successfully as an alternative to suspension springs. Right now I don't have it assembled so I can't post a screenshot, but the idea is to wind up the pullback motor then attach it to your construction with a cross axis from one side and beams from another and limit its moving with some details. If you are interested in how ...
Sure looks like one of these: Technic, Steering Gear with 4 Ball Joints, Complete Assembly with Black Base It comes in a handful of sets
You can use a large gear (3649) with connector pegs (970607) attached like this: Then you can attach the 6x6 plate on top.
There's actually a specialized part to accomplish this task. Take a look at the Technic Turntable (2855): This part can be used to create sturdy rotating platforms that can be controlled by gears. It consists of two parts (2855 and 2856) that snap together to allow for smooth rotation about the center. Here's an example from the classic Mobile Crane set: ...
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