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Differential Autoblocante
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This is the second page of "Useful Engineering". My idea is to create small and functional techniques wich can be used in any technic car.
About this creation
This is my version of an Autoblocante after a lot of tries. It's very strong and small. I haven't made it with an out gear because there is a lot of ways to make it. I've made only the basics wich is the most difficult part. I've uploaded also the .ldd for people who always ask for it.











If you need another Autoblocante, I can send you one wich I've also rebuild in .ldd but isn't so reliable. That one has the out gear.


Hope you like it!
Please rate it and comment.
Feel free to ask anything.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  January 5, 2014
Really good!
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  January 2, 2014
Quoting Charlie A What is the difference? Between that and the standard supercar 8070 one?
Try to build it! ;)
Technic Man
Charlie A
  December 23, 2013
What is the difference? Between that and the standard supercar 8070 one?
Technic Man
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Charlie A
  November 5, 2013
nice idea
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  September 1, 2013
That's lego engineering at his best! 5/5
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  April 8, 2013
Nice idea, will try it.
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  April 7, 2013
Quoting Alex B what does it do?
I've already answered you. But I can try to explain again. Imagine the rear axle of your 8070. It has a simple differential wich is great for curving. The outer wheel runs a bit more than the inner wheel. But, if you lift one wheel from the ground, the car stops and only the lifted wheel can run. To solve this problem, the autoblocante was built. If you lift one wheel from the ground, the autoblocante locks, the car doesn't stop and pass over your hand. I hope you undersand what I wrote.
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  April 6, 2013
Quoting Gabor Horvath It sounds good! But where is the axle, which brings the driving from the motor?
I wrote that the out gear isn't built because there are a lot of ways to build it. I can send you another .ldd of a different autoblocante wich has the out gear.
 I like it 
  April 6, 2013
It sounds good! But where is the axle, which brings the driving from the motor?
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  April 6, 2013
Quoting Alex B What does it do? It looks good though...
An Autoblocante is a differential wich when one wheel is stopped by na obstacle, it automatically blocks and that wheel start moving. It is great for OffRoaders because there are a lot of obstacles and some places where some wheels can't touch the ground. A normal diff would stop the car and the wheels would continue moving without touching the ground. If you still don't undestand it, just build it and try it.
 I like it 
  April 6, 2013
This is very good idea. Very imaginative and practical.
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  April 5, 2013
I hope this doesn't sound stupid, but what does it do? Anyways it looks good!
  April 5, 2013
Alex, i'm not sure what an Autoblocante is but a differential is a part connected to the axle which allows the wheels to spin at slightly different speeds so the wheel opposite the way a car is turning goes farther, that way the car won't spin out of control when it goes into a turn. EDIT, it seems to be differential in another language. This looks very good, i'll have to build one to see how it works :)
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  April 5, 2013
What does it do? It looks good though...
 
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