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LEGO Ball Clock
A custom designed working ball clock built entirely using LEGO parts. For those that have noticed, no it does not keep accurate time in the video. I just wanted to show off the mechanical components of the clock. In the video it is running off of a standard LEGO 9V motor, which ends up picking up a ball every 55 seconds. In order to keep accurate time, an actual timing motor/controller has to be used. This could be easily done using the LEGO mindstorms system. Photos of this and my other LEGO models can be found on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/truedimensions/ Instructions for many of my models (sorry, not for this one though) can be found on my website: http://www.truedimensions.com/lego/instructions Be sure to check out my Labyrinth Marble Maze project on LEGO's CUUSOO site. Your support is much appreciated! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/14605
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LEGO Ball Clock
A custom designed working ball clock built entirely using LEGO parts. For those that have noticed, no it does not keep accurate time in the video. I just wanted to show off the mechanical components of the clock. In the video it is running off of a standard LEGO 9V motor, which ends up picking up a ball every 55 seconds. In order to keep accurate time, an actual timing motor/controller has to be used. This could be easily done using the LEGO mindstorms system. Photos of this and my other LEGO models can be found on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/truedimensions/ Instructions for many of my models (sorry, not for this one though) can be found on my website: http://www.truedimensions.com/lego/instructions Be sure to check out my Labyrinth Marble Maze project on LEGO's CUUSOO site. Your support is much appreciated! http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/14605
Date: 1/30/13
Views: 5877
Video by:  YouTube
 
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