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Stargate
This rotating Stargate is 19 inches tall with light-up chevrons. An RCX drives a treadmill, which spins the inner ring randomly for x seconds, then reverses direction, seven times. Won best medium space award and best brick mod at BrickFest 2005.
About this creation

This is my rotating, light-up Stargate. It was constructed over a period of approximately 3 months in mid-2005, and first displayed at BrickFest 2005, where I'm honored to say it took both the Best Medium Space and Best Brick Mod awards.



The gate itself is constructed of four main parts: The base, the walkway, the inner ring, and the outer ring.



The base contains two motors and an RCX unit which drives a hidden treadmill. On top of the treadmill rests the inner ring, whose outer portions are intentionally knobby in order to grab onto the tread. 1x tiles lining the inside walls of the base keep the inner ring standing upright and snug.



The outer ring sits on the inner ring, and is slightly cantilevered between where the outer ring meets the base and the outer supports... this helps support the outer ring and take some of the weight off the inner ring. Some weight needs to be applied, however, since the inner ring is driven by friction against the tread. The inner surface of the outer ring is made up mostly of 1x2 bricks that form a smooth curve.
































































The Stargate - complete with ramp and embarkation area. Don't get too close! That wormhole vortex may just vaporize you.
The chevrons light up. Right now they're hooked up to four 9-volt batteries hidden behind the back. Eventually I'd like to have them triggered off the RCX so each light comes on at the right time.
Aaaand... another shot. The inner ring is composed of 39 4x4 tile w/4 studs - or is that a 4x4 plate with only 4 studs? I get confused. Each plate - uh, tile - has a 3x4 sticker with one of the unique Stargate symbols. The symbols were drawn in Illustrator, rendered in Photoshop, and printed onto Avery labels, which were then trimmed to size.
The base - this small column doesn't actually support much weight of the outer ring, but it does serve as a fulcrum to make the outer ring more circular.
LEDs - Each light in the chevron is made up of an extra-bright LED fastened through a 1x1 cylinder, and positioned using a 1x2x2 translucent red panel.
Guts of the base - Here lies an RCX, we hardly knew ye. It's programmed to spin the treadmill for between 2-7 seconds (randomly chosen), stop for half a second, and reverse for another 2-7 seconds. This happens seven times.
Outer ring construction - The outer ring is formed of inward-facing 2x4 plates, fastened laterally with 1x4 hinge plates (3 per connection). Each of the sets of 2x4s fastened with hinges are held together face-to-face with a 1x2 corrugated brick, studs reversed with 1x2 jumpers and 1x1 Technic brick with holes in the side. See further down for an exploded view of how this works.
Treadmill - The base contains a treadmill from early Manas. The RCX is on the right, with motors nestled on either side of it. Note the 1x tiles lining the inside - it's a tight fit and keeps the inner ring standing up straight and proud.
Outer ring and inner ring - The inner ring actually supports much of the outer ring. It will rotate freely without the outer ring - in fact, it dances around a bit.
Outer ring outer construction - This little construct reverses itself to keep the 2x4 plates of the outer ring facing studs-in.
Exploded construct - Here's an exploded view of the stud reverser. There are gobs of these used, and the ridged look adds to the stone-like texture of the TV version Stargate. It's not exactly Naquedah, but then again, that'd be kinda heavy for LEGO parts to support.
LED construction - A closeup of the LEDs in each of the seven chevrons. The smoky-translucent 2x2 slope is held up by the 1x2x2 trans-red panel.
The inner outer ring - The inner ring needs to spin against a smooth surface of the outer ring. The interior of the outer ring is lined with red 1x2 bricks that form a nice and smooth surface. To keep it balanced, the bricks are staggered connections, like teeth.
The inner ring closeup - The top of the inner ring, which is hidden in the bowels (eww) of the outer ring, is made up of pins, minifig heads, and 1x1 cylinders. The spacing is just enough to keep the ring circular and fairly sturdy. There's a bit of flex, but not much. It took a looooooooong time of futzing around to get it "just right".
Inner ring construction - The inner ring is made of 4x4 plates (or tiles, whaddevah) that are held together with this 1x1 modified plate and round 1x1 plates. Note they face inward and outward, so the cylinders are stud-to-stud, and the next tile over is spaced with a 1x3 pin. The inner ring is actually quite sturdy, unless you let Northwest Airlines handle it. Grrrr. (That's four hours of my life I'll never get back, having to rebuild it at BF.)




Comments

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  July 12, 2014
I wish I could give this 6 out of 5 cause this is simply one of the most beautifully done MOCs I've ever seen. This is simply fantastic.
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  June 7, 2014
I am trying to find a Lego Stargate without any luck and I ran across this Stargate. Is there any directions how to build this. I would be willing to pay for them. My 7 year old grandson and I have been watching stargate episodes and his birthday is coming up and I would love to have him get this to build as he loves building things out of Legos and he built an elevator that went up and down with power source. Let me know if I can buy the instructions and material.
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  January 28, 2014
Cool although you should add a video.
  January 2, 2014
OK, I am currently building it in LDD, and it is working great so far. the only problem that I foresee is getting the inner ring into the outer ring once the inner is finished. unless I build the inner ring and insert it into the outer ring before I put the "face" on the outer ring... I'm thinking of using the new EV3 motors (the cylindrical ones, btw,) to make the drive train for the inner ring.
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  December 31, 2013
Hey man. have you ever considered posting this on CUUSOO? I would love to see this get to be a set... I will attempt to make this in LDD in a few minutes.
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  December 31, 2013
actually, if you replaced the RCX with an NXT you could have it play the sounds of rotation and chevron engagement, and possibly lights as well, if you can also work in powerfunctions pieces... and, seriously, the copy tool on LDD is SO useful for this... not to mention color-coding the hinges... will post a link to my finished product, but will not post it to CUUSOO, or DeviantArt, because this is your brainchild. that is for you to do.
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  April 4, 2013
Adjectives fail me.
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  December 3, 2012
I was wondering if I could have your mocograph. It is like an autograph but you just type your username on this creation and I will copy paste and print it. I am collecting autographs from all of mocpages's celebrities.
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  November 6, 2012
for those people who would like to build this stargate. I have found a guy who reverse engineered it. you can download the lxf files from here http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=68956 I am working on it right now the only thing that is missing is the base for the rigs. I am working on the base with the lego builder will share when I am done if anyone is interested. any why it is a nice build that I would like to have it in my room. thanks
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  October 14, 2012
awesome...would love to see a youtube vid or something of it in action!
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  October 8, 2012
WOW! This is a really cool stargate. Could you please send me instrcutions - i would really like to create one :-D
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  September 9, 2012
With a sweet gate like that, I could transport my arm to a different planet. Or i could use it as my room's garbage disposal :D ooh, IDEA!!! SWEET GATE BRO!!!
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  August 24, 2012
Wow. This is by far the best creation I have ever seen.
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  August 23, 2012
where and how you can buy? thanks
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  June 25, 2012
This is amazing!!! I love stargate and love this model. Do you have instructions?! So clever!!
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  June 4, 2012
Everyone is asking for instructions...i am one of those! Amazing creation! I love stargate, favorite being atlantis...i always hoped lego would make stargate sets. you have my email...please send instructions or maybe perhaps sell them...
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  May 27, 2012
Hello, That is a very great Stargate, is it possible to get the LXF File or a Construction plan? I really likt it to build it too. :) It would be very nice when you can send it to me. :) :) THX My Mail is Arrabeske@web.de
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  May 20, 2012
hi, it is an amazing set. I would like to have the instructions for it if you can please. Or if you have the lxf file so I can ordered it from lego. I am also constructing the lego eiffel tower in the program I can sent it to you when I finish. thanks
  May 15, 2012
Your Lego Stargate is truly amazing! I was a big fan of the show and i've always been a big fan of Lego. I'd like to build a Lego Stargate of my own for my home office. Do you provide instructions and parts list? Or know where I can get them? Thank you for your help
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  April 27, 2012
i wont it i wont it
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  March 28, 2012
Hello I am not artistic at all but I love stargate and want a stargate model to display in my house this one is perfect size and quality is it possible to buy or have detailed instructions to build my own. Where to get parts and step by step instructions is what I need. Does anyone know where to get this stuff?
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  February 27, 2012
wow amazing creation, could you post some instructions I am starting to make my own Lego Stargate collection :D
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  February 9, 2012
Perfect!
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  September 21, 2011
Ah, so you used Lego stickers for the alien symbols? Very cool MOC. :)
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  June 28, 2011
The amazing thing about this construction is that it's actually almost to minifig scale, when you factor in how fricking huge the actual gate is.
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  June 15, 2011
Okay, that's cool.
Kelly McKiernan
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karsten Rees
  April 19, 2011
seen it on a game called roblox i play.....
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  April 11, 2011
Out of every single Stargate I have seen on MOCpages, this one outshines every single one of them. I am speechless.
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  March 12, 2011
Truly the best recretion of a star gate in LEGO ever built.
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  February 12, 2011
Incredible.
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  January 28, 2011
nice
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  January 24, 2011
Fantastic work.
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  January 19, 2011
This is a very well done stargate model. I am thinking on starting work on a model myself. The problem is to include the correct amount of detail requires the scale to be big. For my purposes I've calculated about a 3' size to include the proper detail. Another complication is that I'd like to actually be able to dial the gate, with a mini DHD and have a controller move the gate to the correct symbols and have the chevrons actually articulate. This adds to the complexity of the model, but ultimately I think would be worth it if I could figure out how. If I do decide to start this project I will be sure to document as much as I can and let you all in on the process.
  January 3, 2011
I personally think it might be a bit big for minifig scale. still love it though
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  December 2, 2010
i keep asking because i am thinking of building an orbital version, like the spacegates in the pegasus galaxy, but not. btw, trying to create a pegasus stargate based on this one will be difficult, since the pegasus ones have 36 glyphs, and the milky way ones have 39. you'd have to downsize it a bit. i want to build it in the design by me thing, so as to be able to check the price when i finish, and then post said price here, as well as potentially being able to post a link to the instructions the program creates, for those who want them. but i need more pics depicting how it is build in order to do that.
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  December 1, 2010
like i said before, it's cool! also, could you include a exploded view of the section of the inner outer ring directly under the chevron? it's a little confusing... oh, and could you also show what you used for the back of the inner ring? is it a regular 4x4 plate, or is it just another one of the piece on the front?(plates are the thin ones with studs on top, tiles are the smooth ones)
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  November 19, 2010
I WANT ONE brilliant
  November 17, 2010
love it! speaking of using the treads from the original manas sets, which are also in the tarakava sets, could you also reconfigure the treadmill to work with the original manas body as well? also, could you post more pics to elaborate on how the treadmill was constructed, and how the outer ring attatches to the base? i am asking because i was thinking of seeing if one could build it in lego's new "designbyme" program. building it there would be easier than, say, playing around with pick-a-brick or something. could you try modifying it to look like either a gate from the "Atlantis" or the Universe" series?
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  November 16, 2010
IN MY EYES PROBABLY THE BEST MOC ON THIS SITE!!!!! FANTASTIC !!!! I TRIED PRICING THIS UP FROM LEGO PICK A BRICK... GIVE UP WHEN IT STARTED TO REACH £600 . OUTSTANDING WORK MATE!!! LOVE IT!!
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  October 30, 2010
This is the best stargate creation I have ever seen. Ever. Anywhere. Of all time.
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  October 30, 2010
Great piece of work!
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  September 7, 2010
Wow! Nice!
Kelly McKiernan
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Harrison H.
  September 1, 2010
Why do people even ask for instructions?
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  August 30, 2010
Awesome.
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  August 29, 2010
very impressive work
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  August 23, 2010
wow. very complicated. but overall very nice. that's usually how it goes though right? great job :]
  August 21, 2010
I don't see an 'add to cart' button :(
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  July 31, 2010
put a few minifigurs and make them go through
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  June 2, 2010
Beautiful!!! Breathtaking!!!
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  April 28, 2010
Really nice model, Btw do you know Josh Newsham?
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  March 13, 2010
This is AMAZING. Completely Brilliant. I wish you had instructions because I love it. this is the first lego stargate that lights up and has the inner circle rotating. It's absolutely brilliant. Please could you send the instructions?
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  December 17, 2009
where do you buy the bits from and well done
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  December 7, 2009
Hi, I've started the Stargate FanProd free encyclopedia related to all Stargate fan creations. Your Stargate paper model deserve to appear on it. I've started an article about it at http://stargatefanprod.wikia.com/wiki/Stargate_%28Lego_model_by_Kelly_McKiernan%29 I also ask for the authorization to include the model image as illustratives images in the article (under creative common licence). I hope you agree to figure in this encyclopedia. You're very welcome to complete informations and add articles. Best regards, Rollo http://StargateFanProd.wikia.com
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  November 14, 2009
Wow I... I mean WOW ... THIS IS COMPLETLY AWSOME ... do you sell this Gates ?
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  October 20, 2009
Wow....that is really excellent! You have captured the details superbly.
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  October 18, 2009
great man just great. do you even have the two shevrons under the ramp?
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  October 6, 2009
O_O Whoa!
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  September 26, 2009
a perfect replica, looks better then the real one, minus SG-1
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  August 25, 2009
This is an incredible model, you are truly gifted.
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  June 14, 2009
S P E A C H L E S S ^^ plz rate my Atlantis guys http://mocpages.com/moc.php/127831
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  June 12, 2009
Your an awesome builder, you gotta make more stuff!
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  March 22, 2009
One word best describes this creation: Amazing. Really. Who would have even imagined making a rotating LEGO Stargate?
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  March 15, 2009
now THIS is a stargate! PS: post a vid of it in action, or a link, for that matter.
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  March 14, 2009
O_O Post a video of it in action! Or at least a link to the video...
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  February 19, 2009
OMG! This is awesome. I would totally pay you for instructions and a required pieces list. And the decals for the inner ring.
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  February 18, 2009
i would love the instructions for this :-)
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  February 1, 2009
omg , i didn't ever see nothing better !!! and very good construction of stargate ! nice
  January 14, 2009
This is totally AWESOME!!! Do you have an inventory?
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  January 9, 2009
Absolutely Amazing.
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  November 25, 2008
Ohw My Gosh!!!!!!!! PERFECT
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  October 29, 2008
I really like your model. I like to build one for myself sometime. Is there any way that I could get the building instructions from you? (Now I know that proper building instructions don't exist because you built this model from scratch, so you would obviously have create instructions for the model, but I just figured that I'd ask anyways)
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  September 15, 2008
Really Cool, how did you get the lights!
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  September 7, 2008
It is amazing job. in www.youtube.com i saw lego stargate like you but a little diferent. perhaps it is yours? in that movie stargate realy turn on. Were did you get all this piece?
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  August 29, 2008
Incredible detailing there and a very inventive use of pieces. You need to start making those minifigs to go with it!
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  August 20, 2008
Wow, awesome MOC! You've got the circular thing down pat. Stellar job!
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  August 11, 2008
awsome can you make a parts guide so i can build this
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  August 4, 2008
Man, This is almost as good as the Invisible Hand! So accurate!
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  July 21, 2008
its freaking amazing ilove the series and i love this
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  July 9, 2008
wow,this makes my stargate look like nothing
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  July 1, 2008
Thats CRAZY! the amount of detail put into this is insane! it even looks like you have all the symbols! Only question i have... Do the chevrons lock down when the light up? I've made a minifig scale on that stood 8 inches tall, and in peices costed 80$ so im sure this this in parts alone had to cost around 500$
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  June 28, 2008
Wow. Is there anymore that can be said? I mean, in my opinion, this is the best built. With the motor, the spinning, each icon, I love it!
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  June 26, 2008
WOW!. . .something great that lego could use. fantastic job anyhow
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  June 2, 2008
I love the stargate theme, and lego so its obvious that you get a 5/5 for combining them
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  May 23, 2008
I wish there was a video or link to a video of it in action. This is so damned awsome. Best one I have seen and the fact that it functions......omg.
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  April 25, 2008
Excellent - I love the amount of time you took! That's dedication.
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  April 23, 2008
This is truly unbelievable! I'm looking at it and can't believe how incredible this is. It's humbling to a mere novice as myself. I bow to your mastery.
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  April 18, 2008
Sweet! I've never seen Stargate before, but I know good work when I see it! Very nice!
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  April 18, 2008
Wow! I’ve never even heard of “Stargate Atlantis” before, and yet this is amazing!! Plus the fact that it functions! I feel sorry for whoever gets MOC of the day tomorrow because this will dwarf it ;) !! You have talent.
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  April 18, 2008
AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME, I really don't know of any Star Gate Lego creations! But the first one I see is a Beaut! The details and scale really emit a realism just like the one in the movie. Congrats on this MOC of the day after we have seen so many less than inspiring creations awarded.
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  April 18, 2008
I don't know much about the show, but this is awesome in any case. especially like the drive mechanism, simple but practical.
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  April 18, 2008
Beautiful! The attention to detail is amazing! Brilliant! Outstanding! Um... Very good! Excellent work.
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  April 18, 2008
its awesome! i love stargate and i love your gate! i saw it on youtube(im "eddifrillson") and it was a li'l shaky but overall really good i couldnt have done neARLY as gOod
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  April 18, 2008
This is an AMAZING moc, finally a good moc around here, anyways, this is truly amazing. I think you should make a you tube video of it spinning, that would me better, but over all, this moc is truly a work of art :D congratulations on MOTD!
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  April 18, 2008
MOC of the day, and well deserved! This is amazing! I wish there was a vid of it going, but, I guess I can just imagine the amazing-ness. The construction is brilliant! No wonder it took you 3 months to do it! Great job.
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  April 18, 2008
Man I can almost hear the Ominous music going on, Very Excellent MOC!
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  April 18, 2008
Pure sweetness. A well deserved moc of the day! Good job.
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  April 18, 2008
Dude, that rocks. Do I need to say more? Ah yes, I do: Could you post a video of it in action? That would be cool!
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  April 18, 2008
I think this MOC i very old for do the MOC of the Day but, anyway, is an amazing job.
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  April 18, 2008
great job man ! this is an awesome moc ;-)
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  April 4, 2008
Wow. That is perfectly mini-fig size. Just to be sure, I would like to see a fig up close to it also.
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  March 27, 2008
Great! Excellent construction and details!
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  March 26, 2008
Just an amazing moc. I think it could quite easily be called the best scifi moc on this site.
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  March 18, 2008
this is an exallent creation it looks very big and tall i love it.
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  March 13, 2008
Amazing moc dude! you should make a gateroom that goes along with it. How long did it take to make?
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  March 6, 2008
The scale! The detail! That perfect, circuar shape! It's all perfect! *faints from amazement* *recovers concienceness* P.S. Could you make some fig's to go with it? With your apparent amount of skill, it would be a breeze.
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  February 16, 2008
this is the best Stargate ever! no wait a minute its better than that! its a godly Stargate! i worship it!
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  January 9, 2008
this is 2 kwl...u have planz?
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  December 8, 2007
Holy Shnikeys. That thing is amazing! How long did that take to build?
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  November 24, 2007
WOW....................its so detailed! thats the best i have seen yet.
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  September 16, 2007
This creation is excellent and very detailed. I would appreciate it if you could send me some plans so I can build my own please.
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  September 15, 2007
Review 134! How much better can this ever get??? absolutely amazing... I'm all new to these pages and I fall humbly on my knees to this staggering Creation (Captital c!!)please honor me with a review!
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  June 21, 2007
Wow. I mean, wow. I saw this in person last year in Beaverton Oregon, but I had no idea that it actually worked. Not only do the chevrons light up, but the inner ring spins too? Fantastic job!
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  June 20, 2007
Stunning. Absolutely Stunning. Bravo! (I would DEARLY like to get my hands on a set of instructions for this model, please let me know if this is possible - Thanks!)
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  April 25, 2007
Ingenious construction. You should build some soldiers and armoured vehicles to go with that.
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  April 25, 2007
Totally awesome! No question, the best Stargate MOC ever.
Kelly McKiernan
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Alexander Straczek
  March 31, 2007
*Thumping noise* OMG! My rabbit fainted at the sight of this piece of art!! You should do the Atlantis or SGC Gateroom with this as the gate!!
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  March 24, 2007
im back
Kelly McKiernan
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Evan Melick
  March 23, 2007
*jaw on floor* *eye twitching* *speachless* I suggest this: send these pics to the set or website or sumthing... That takes alot of skill and patience. You get !@#$ing ten smilies. Really you should send pics to like Richard Dean Anderson or someone.
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  March 1, 2007
wow. I wish i had the patience, not to mention peices, to build something like that.
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  February 24, 2007
this thing is cool
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  January 21, 2007
the best i have erver seen in my entire lifetime. against him in a lego compettition i would hve no chance whatsoever.the best model of the best
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  November 2, 2006
wow thats awesome very cool!!!!! In reply to a earlyer review the show is still running and is awesome.
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  October 28, 2006
Very, very impressive =D
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  October 4, 2006
You did a very excellent job and you should be proud of yourself. I've never seen so much effort put into a Stargate before. All the others dwarf in comparison to your pristine creation.
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  September 13, 2006
I'm Plastik from below. I am in the process of documenting your entire creation with instructions of my own making. I hope you don't mind. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/22489
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  August 19, 2006
I have one thing to say: OMFG!!!!!!!
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  August 19, 2006
i can only thing i can thing of saying is...dang
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  June 10, 2006
I got linked to this from a (nasty) site that had nothing to do with Lego OR Stargate, only to find it was yours! Small world. Actually, not to be mean, in comparison to your mocs of the past, this one's a complete & total shocker. That said, there's been Lego Stargates before. Even I'd procrastinated on building one for myself. But really... this monstrosity of coolness... yikes. I could NEVER do anything even remotely comparable to it. You've raised the bar on this theme, with little room seen for anyone else to improve. LEDs? Timed movement? Wowza, Bink. Seriously. 8D
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  April 14, 2006
Id rather give it 50/5! This is incredable, the detail, and you even made it rotate and light up via RCX. I love stargate but i never was able to make a decent gate out of lego (but nothing that big), you really should post this on a SG fan site and check out the feedback. Overall, I'd pay a kings randsome just to get the inventory and instructions!
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  April 6, 2006
wow... i was googling stargate and found this... heh heh thats how i found this website lol. Anyways i didn't even know this thing was made out of legos! it is that realisitic!
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  January 19, 2006
Thats tight man my dad likes stargate and i kind of to check out my moc,s plz.
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  January 5, 2006
nice
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  November 28, 2005
Hey Bink! That is amazing! I like the ramp.How come you never showed anyone on BZP?
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  November 9, 2005
this is amazing would you make instructions so other people could make it i love your stargate its just so great :D
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  October 30, 2005
I'm not a Stargate fan, but your moc makes me regret that!
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  October 30, 2005
According to Peeron.com and the Ldraw libraries, the 6179 piece you refer to is called a "Tile 4x4 with studs on edge". It would be neat if it had an iris, but I think that would be pretty much impossible with lego bricks, at least not without giving up the sweet-tastic spinning action. I could never quite figure out where the iris came from on the show anyway. A fine MOC, indeed.
 
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