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GBC LEGO ball pump module . Here is my variant of the GBC (Great Ball Contraption) LEGO ball pump module original designed by Philippe E. Hurbain. . http://www.techbricks.nl Here is my variant of the GBC (Great Ball Contraption) LEGO ball pump marble module design by Philippe E. Hurbain. I love marble carousel modules. The Great Ball Contraption (GBC) is a concept invented by Team Hassenplug (Steve Hassenplug): set up some kind of standardized interface for LEGOŽ based modules to enable them to interact, in this case to pass a LEGO ball. Based on this standard, LEGOŽ builders distributed all over the world are able to build their particular modules to take part in this special kind of LEGO Oriented Architecture (LOA). There exists a set of these modules already, mainly in the United States. This page is to encourage people to build GBC modules! I used for this module the PF regular motor (part no: 58120cx1). To lead the LEGO soccer balls (part no: x45px1) and basket balls (part no: x493px1)one by one into the ball pump a 10x10 dish (part no: 50990) is turning around. Wedge bricks form a circle around the dish. The basket can contain more then 150 soccer balls. I use a PF Electric Power Functions 9V Medium Motor 3 x 6 x 3 (part no: 58120cx1) for this GBC module because it is possible to control the module by a NXT (part no: 53788) using the Hitechnic IRlink. Please watch my video of the Ball Pump module hosted at www.youtube.com. Detail picture of the feeding device... Please check my site http://www.techbricks.nl for more GBC modules and other technick and pneumatic LEGO and NXT related projects. If you are interested to build GBC devices, please take a look at the following list with GBC links... Have fun! Techbricks.nl@gmail.com


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