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Ukulele out of LEGO bricks?

May 21st, 2011 by RoscoHead


Ukulele in LEGO bricks

You betcha!

Realising I’ve never owned a uke, I decided I’d try to make one. But instead of using wood, like any normal person, I decided to use LEGO bricks. Of course, there were some challenges.
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What a 4.2 metre LEGO crane looks like

April 25th, 2011 by RoscoHead

The EndWell, after a crane mishap while packing up after Brickvention 2011, I decided not to re-build the CC-2800. There was way too much damage, and it had been together for too long anyway. I never got to raise the full 5 metre boom, but I did manage to get a pic at BV with approx. 4.2 metre boom.

Here is a photo of the crane as it currently is, after phase I sorting. I omitted the tracks & slew ring from this pic, as I have kept them together for a possible future project. I didn’t get any pics of the collapse, but it probably looked a bit like this:

Fast Tube by Casper

Tower Crane

October 30th, 2010 by RoscoHead

Tower CraneAnother new crane. Built in a couple of hours using only parts from set 8288, read more about it here.

A new bridge

April 26th, 2010 by RoscoHead

A new bridge

A new bridge

Well OK it’s really an old bridge but I only just got around to taking photos. It’s a cable-stayed bridge loosely based on the Batman Bridge near Launceston Tasmania. Read all the info here.

Detachable Gondola

April 17th, 2010 by RoscoHead

Fast Tube by Casper

Detachable Gondola

This link was posted on Facebook, and I built something similar when I was a kid (though not nearly as sophisticated – or reliable). It’s a gondola drive that… well you’ll see when you view the video. Enjoy!

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