15 Items ItemName: Lego Control Center, ItemType: Set, ItemNo: , Buy and sell LEGO parts, Set complete (but without pen) with instructions and box. Set number: ; Name: Control Centre; Also known as: Technic Control Centre; Set type: Normal; Theme group: Technical; Theme: Technic; Subtheme. Set # TECHNIC Control Center. Theme: LEGO Need building instructions? Submit instruction page . Please visit
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A belt comes next, driven by a pair of pulleys. Once a memory is selected, you can push Program and the system will record your inputs, including duration, and including pauses.
Pen and Paper The Technic pen is supported at the end of the carriage arm and clamped by threaded axles. The whole carriage slides on, and is supported by, tiles on the base. The jib can only be driven one direction; you can’t go backwards. A pair of toothed connnectors, shown in the image, instryctions preloaded against the paper with rubber bands to hold it in place. The motor drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by two pairs of 16 tooth spurs.
Instructoins you are done recording the program, you push Stop and it is stored to memory, even if the oego is switched off.
Remember those red and green gears in the image? Model by Benjamin Wendl Click for an animation of the plotter in motion. Outriggers Four outriggers are located at the corners for stability. The motor for this function is located in leyo base. A pair of 14 tooth bevel gears then mesh with a 24 tooth crown. A pair rubber bands pull the pen down against the paper.
Since the wheels can be driven in opposite directions, the robot is capable of turning with zero radius. Note that, unlike the animation, the model can not rotate degrees an infinite number of times. A 24 tooth crown then drives a large 40 tooth spur gear on the third blue axle.
The difference between these two types of motion can be seen using a close study of the animation. Next a worm gear drives a 24 tooth crown. There are 3 motorized functions despite the fact that there are only two motors.
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You can see this clearly in the animation. A pair of 8 tooth pinions then drive a pair of 16 tooth spur gears which rotate in opposite directions.
This axle then drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by a set of 16 tooth spur gears. As you can see from the example image, it is pretty hard to draw anything coherent with this system, but it is fun to try. The other motor drives the slewing motion and is located in the base.
Instructions For LEGO 8094 Universal Set with computer control
This causes it to engage the gear system on that side. You can then play it back Go at any time, or you can control the system manually. This robotic arm performs the task of lifting 1×2 beams from a chute and sorting them into color coded bins. It cannot slide far enough to become unbalanced and fall off the side.
Next comes a belt drive through a pair of pulleys to prevent the motor from stalling.
Finally, a pair of 8 tooth pinions drive a long set of rack gears. Final insructions reduction is It rides on two wheels and is balanced by pins at the other two corners.
This prevents the lrgo on the pen from dragging the paper around the platform. Motorized Rotating Arm The arm can be rotated side to side using a motor contained in the fixed base.
The multiple lifting functions are achieved with a instuctions motor mounted in the superstucture through a instrcutions gear which can be seen in red in the computer images.
This is an excellent example of the complex functions which could be achieved with a relatively small variety of parts. On the same axle are a pair of pinions which engage rack gears on the pen clamp. Instead, you have to wait for it to cycle back around the where it started.