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Flying Lego . Do you think it’s impossible to make Lego fly? Then you have to watch my “Flying lego”! Without the use of any non-Lego parts I lift Lego up to 5 meters into the air. Enjoy your flight! . Watch my video: The “flying Lego” MOC consist of three elements. The launch base, the propeller and the rip cord. The Propeller is the flying part. To make this I looked at the propeller of a helicopter. For this the angle of the blades is very important. I tried all different Lego Technic angles but only with angle number three the propeller makes a lift up into the air. There is a turning disk on top of the Launch base, in this disk are three blue pins. These connect the propeller with the launch base, but the propeller is still able to fly up. With the rip cord you can make the turn disk spin. I tested lots of different transmission ratios for this MOC, but the best one consist of just one little gear. Warning: If you want to make something like this too. Make sure you take enough space and protect yourself and others. Bye bye, Anika Vuurzoon.


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