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(A) A power pulley system is perfect for lifting heavy loads.
(B) The travel of this rack-and-pinion steering system is minimized by articulated tie rods.
(C) The scissors lift combines the concepts used in the Sarrus and Scott-Russell linkages for seriously impressive range.
Pawel "Sariel" Kmiec is a LEGO Technic enthusiast based in Warsaw, Poland. A prolific blogger and model builder, Sariel's LEGO creations have been featured in many magazines, the world's most popular LEGO blogs, and even prompted the LEGO Group to use his help in developing some of its products. Sariel is a guest blogger for the official LEGO Technic website and is a 2012 LEGO Ambassador for Poland. He is YouTube's most-viewed LEGO Technic builder. Check out his models and more at sariel.pl. ä
Both the concepts and building instructions are well illustrated and easy to follow.
As I read through the first few chapters I realized I was not only learning about advanced Lego techniques, but also an introduction to real mechanical engineering.
Both new and experienced LEGO Technic fans will find Pawel Kmiec's Unofficial LEGO Technic Builder's Guide to be an excellent construction resource.
I love this book!! It explain a lot for Lego basic to complicated constructions!! If you want to be a Lego person. Look this book!!Published 19 days ago by Myoung S. Seo
8 year old a little intimidated by all the text. he will grow into itPublished 3 months ago by Christa D
Very good book on Technic building
·basic technic parts and construction
·gears, levers and pneumatics
·motors and power functions
·steering,... Read more
It is agreat read for anyone who is into the Lego stuff. Probably more for advanced builders but has a lot of information for those just getting into it like myself. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I haven't looked at it myself, but judging from the reactions of the kids on our school's FLL team it's exactly what they wanted...giving them many ideas for robot design.Published 8 months ago by P-Daddy
There have been, and are quite a few Lego books out there. Many are older while very few are recent. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Thomas
This book was much better than I anticipated. Great building instructions, ideas and methods for advanced builders of the Technics theme.Published 9 months ago by Jason