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Remember what I said about wireframing in the previous “LEGO Architecture” section? ” The sole purpose of it is to have some realistic looking fenders that are made for wheels (which you will add in the next section). One of the complaints of working with studless pieces is that you must have a good idea of what you are going to build before you build it; otherwise, you will have to build and rebuild in order to ﬁt the features of your model. In the case of this chassis, it is perfectly designed for the front axle and motorized axle that I will show you later in this chapter.
I found this handy when putting two gears together that would not mesh; I turned one 45 degrees and the other gear would often ﬁt perfectly after that. x Align tool: This tool allows you to line up two pieces that normally don’t go together. It helps when you have two beams and want to line up connector holes that are at different angles. It is very useful for many complex building projects. x Flex tool: Some LEGO pieces can bend, and if you are looking to create models with some of those, I recommend using this button for that.
37 CHAPTER 2 ■ CREATING A MOTORIZED LEGO TECHNIC VEHICLE Figure 2-33. It is necessary to join a 4 x 2 Beam to this 11M Beam. Figure 2-34. An inverted 4 x 2 Beam joins with this other one. Figure 2-35. This is a different angle than in the last steps, but it shows where to put the part assembled in steps 6-8 and where to connect another axle, plus a Bush and a HalfBush. 38 CHAPTER 2 ■ CREATING A MOTORIZED LEGO TECHNIC VEHICLE Figure 2-36. Except for the Connector Pegs, the action of this step takes place with sliding the 5M Axle in between the two 4 x 2 Beams, with the Bush in the middle.
3D Printing: A Practical Guide for Librarians by Sara Russell Gonzalez, Denise Beaubien Bennett