hi?

hi
i was just wondering if a flying robot has ever been made out of lego
thanks
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heKtor
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strap a tiny 2 stroke from an RC plane, I don't think *I* would want to attempt a winged plane with legos, but a flying saucer type of vehicle would be fun.
large fan in the middle, you would need a few small fans around the perimeter to keep it balanced, and for direction control
J
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jboothbee
Flying is very demanding as far as materials go. They need to be very strong for their weight, and I very seriously doubt legos will do the job.
Hobbiest often use balsa wood and foam because of its weight/strength ratio. Visit
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for a good source of info.
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cadcoke3
Possibly attach a helicopter blade and motor in the center of the lego. You will need another smaller blade for stability.
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Sam Nickaby
Possibly attach a helicopter blade and motor in the center of the lego. You will need another smaller blade for stability.
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Sam Nickaby
Possibly attach a helicopter blade and motor in the center of the lego. You will need another smaller blade for stability.
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Sam Nickaby
I wonder if using standard aircraft surfaces for the wings and a body made of Lego would do? This would be a very interesting flying machine but i wonder how well it will handle since I assume it will be quite heavy. If you get it built and flying post some links here i would love to see that!
Alan
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Alan P
"Sam Nickaby" wrote
Sorry for triple posting. Here are some links to Lego aircrafts.
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I didn't say they fly.
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Sam Nickaby

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