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The Brick Experiment Channel on Youtube shows a Lego Drone that flies. It's built with a combination of Lego propellors, Lego Power Functions L motors, a Lego frame, and some non-Lego flight-control computer, radio receiver, and batteries. https://youtu.be/wUVvQk7XLd4 This is a truly amazing feat, showing how deep knowledge of the Lego motors and technic ...


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Attack on the Clones: The Purist Punch-Back! I'm posting up these clone brick instructions at the very bottom below, but I'm going further by offering a free digital instruction file to build this model with official LEGO bricks through Bricklink.com instead. This model has 3 pieces that aren't direct clones,so they don't exist in LEGO, but we can easily ...


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It's kinda chunky, but the best I can come up with is 42446 + 2555: + = It would leave a half-plate gap on one side if they only have 1 holster though, but at-least you keep the regular minifig legs. NOTE: This probably wouldn't be considered a "legal" connection, due to the semi-octagonal shape of the leg connectors. It's definitely possible to put ...


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Three 1x1 plates, two 1x1 round bricks, and one 1x1 plate with clip.


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The best frame rate depends on what are you making or if you have started only a few times ago. If you started now, I recommend 12 FPS to start learning the movements basic. If you already started months/years ago the best frame rate is 15 FPS. But if you want a really smooth look or something else, use 24.


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