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Building Technique - Curve
I just thought this up, hope it helps if anyone needs a curved wall or something! give me credit please if you use it!
About this creation
You'll need these pieces...

Take 6 groups of these...

Put the Tank Track links on the back...

You should have 6 of these now...

Put them together...








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  December 2, 2011
Nice simple techinique not requiring a million bricks good thinking!
Milan CMadge
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Mr. Goodkat
  November 30, 2011
Awesome technique. Where can I find those black treads? Are those the same ones people use for tank treads? If so, I would love to have some so I could use them for vehicles as well as building techniques such as this! If you could get back to me, it would be much appreciated! Keep it up
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  October 28, 2011
Thank you soooo much for posting this. I've been racking my brain for a good technique for a small water tower. I'll make sure to give you credit when I post the final pics!
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  October 9, 2009
awesome thats gonna be really usefull if i make an m16 of course ill give lots of cred.
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  July 12, 2009
This is awesome! too bad I dont have that Indiana Jones set }:-( well. I have been debating what to buy with the $60 I have. maybe that will be it!
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  July 11, 2009
Way cool! Doesn't matter if you're the first one to use this or not. I learned something and that's all that counts! I got that same Indiana Jones set and I just tried this and it's pretty neat. Thanks for posting this! (I also learned about linked fire because someone was cool enough to post it)
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  July 7, 2009
Quoting Lego Maniac great technique!where did you get those tank tracks?
from an indiana jones set - thanks for the kind comments!!
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  July 7, 2009
great technique!where did you get those tank tracks?
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  July 6, 2009
excellent technique, thanks for sharing.
Milan CMadge
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George Kemper
  July 5, 2009
Wow what a great idea! I will be useing this in the future for sure!-George
  July 5, 2009
:o AMazing,,
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  July 5, 2009
I must admit, I have never thought of that. Fantastic work.
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  July 5, 2009
Interesting. I'm gonna steal it from you :P
  July 5, 2009
I've invented a lot of techniques that later figure out have been being used for years. Nevertheless, that hasn't stopped me from sharing or using them. This is, no doubt, a neat one. I wonder what it would look like as a full tower. Integration, windows and roofing may be difficult.
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  July 5, 2009
Nice technique, I never used that technique before because it's hard to attach the curved pieces to something
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  July 5, 2009
Quoting Space Pirate well...if you say so...
fair enough
  July 5, 2009
well...if you say so...I think your technique is about adding a plate onto a tank track, whether this plate is three studs, or six studs...tile or not...doesn't really matter to me, I think the technique is pretty much the same...so if I used that technique, I would give credit to mainman, it doesn't really matter what it is meant for, at least to me...so it's nice that you came up with it, but as so often...you aren't the first one ;) oh, and I meant this thing in particular http://www.flickr.com/photos/mainman/270327435/in/set-72157600278390930/
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  July 5, 2009
Quoting Space Pirate sorry, but I won't give you credit...have a look at this http://www.flickr.com/photos/mainman/sets/72157600278390930/ he has some pretty cool techniques...
Oh, I hadn't seen his stuff before. But this is different, his is moveable, and still a track, mine is for use as a wall or roof or anything that is curved.
  July 5, 2009
sorry, but I won't give you credit...have a look at this http://www.flickr.com/photos/mainman/sets/72157600278390930/ he has some pretty cool techniques...
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  July 5, 2009
So awesome I just have to get those tracks!
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  July 5, 2009
nice! i knew this could be done but i never managed to used it... perhaps castle walls indeed!
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  July 5, 2009
good for castle walls
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  July 5, 2009
I am going to use this right now. :P Great work. -Alex
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  July 5, 2009
That is actually very creative! Yeah, I may have to pilfer this one day. Thanks for sharing. ~ Chris.
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  July 5, 2009
very nice technique! could you look at my stuff please?
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  July 5, 2009
Nice! I might use this sometime.
 
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