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detachable ropeway - 15 motors - 9 Mindstorms-Sensors . detachable ropeway controlled by 2 RCX, 15 motors and 9 sensors . Hi together After 6 years of „LEGO-free-time“, I built a detachable Ropeway system based on Doppelmayr/Garaventa – 3S-Mountain-Rides. In the stations, the gondolas get off the rope and are slowed down to 12% of their speed. So passengers can easily get in and out of the gondolas. There are 15 motors, 9 sensors, 2 Mindstorms RCX and about 5000 parts used in this project. Here’s a video from Bricking-Bavaria-Exhibition 2012 in Munich: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYltNWhq-dk Other videos: search "Elias Iten" in YouTube. The RCX maintain a steady distance of 28 seconds between the gondolas and lightsensors detect when the pulling-rope falls out of a deflection pulley and automatically stop the whole ropeway. One station has a pneumatic deflection pulley to strech the rope. The tension is regulated by an automated pneumatic compressor and a rotation sensor. In YouTube you‘ll find my videos searching: „Elias Iten“ Pictures can be seen here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3216749901613.2157000.1352324542&type=3 If you want to see my MOC live, come to www.legofanwelt.de in Cologne, Germany on November 22.-25 2012 or LEGO-World Copenhagen, Denmark in February 2013 If you have more detailed questions, feel free to ask here and subscribe to my YouTube-Channel (eliasiten) to stay up to date. Greetings from Switzerland Elias Iten


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