Vikhyat Agarwal
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Lego Technic 42048 with LEGO 8293
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Well the thing with LEGO, (Technic, Classic, Mindstorms or whichever category you talk about) is that it is customizable. You might not get instructions to combine Power Functions with this kit but ...

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What Technic set should I get for general Technic MOC?
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You should really buy the Lego Technic Bucket Wheel Excavator. It's a great price for the parts and has a very wide variety of parts: banana gears to Power Functions Elements.

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How can I program a motor to rotate towards the source of sound?
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To detect the highest sound you can use this code. It would help if you posted a picture of your bot, but with a general idea here you go: FOREVER loop { if RightSensor > Left Sensor : if ...

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Repeat until sensor value is accepted does not work.
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The loop does stop but you can not see it: You should add a brake block after the loop that runs until colour sensor<20 otherwise there is no visible indication that the loop has stopped. Hope this ...

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Can ScratchJr work with WeDo 2.0?
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No, you can use only Scratch 2.0

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What are good books for building techniques of LEGO Technic
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Isogaway Yoshihito is without doubt one of the greatest "Technicians" of all time here are some books of his: https://www.google.co.in/search?q=yoshihito+isogawa+books&oq=yoshihito+isogawa+books&...

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Clutch gear test
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This is an example. Just replace both black gears with the clutch gears you want to test. Hold 1 clutch while turning the main black axle. Then hold the the other clutch while turning the mail black ...

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Why do two EV3 bricks have different power outputs?
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Some possible reasons: A motor is defective One of the brick has lesser battery charge Firmware problem: make sure both bricks have latest firmware

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Determine assembly steps from LXF file
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You can use LDD (Lego Digital Designer) the official LXF viewer by Lego. This allows you to create building instructions to view or export to html. You can also use this software to build models, ...

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Building a more-efficient water propeller?
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Rather than making your own propeller with piece- which might break under the stress of water- i recommend using a different propeller like: https://www.brickowl.com/catalog/lego-black-propeller-with-...

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Can't create block: "Use of a block which no longer exists"
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Try exporting(saving locally) the block that shows error. Then delete it from the program and import it from where you saved it

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Is LEGO mindstorms good for a robot warrior or a small size soccer robot?
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It's easy to use Lego Mindstorms EV3 to build small robots. There are competitions such as the WRO where EV3 soccer bots compete. Sensors like IR seekers from HiTechnic are used to detect the "...

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The center button does not work on EV3 brick
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Try to restart the brick by keeping the center button and the exit(return) button pressed at the same time for about 5 seconds.

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EV3 brick not turning on, nothing on display?
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Try pressing the 'return' button along with the center button for about 5 seconds

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Why won't the loop block in my EV3 program stop?
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What your current code does is to keep closing the finger until you press the sensor. This code may help. You might need to change the 180 degrees boxes according to how many degrees the motor has to ...

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"Unable to compile" error code with LEGO EV3 Arm Robot Program
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The main problem is that you have nested INI inside INI maybe cause you were trying to use recursion which EV3 does not support. It might also be that you have a copy of INI inside INI not connected ...

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