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Geplaatst: 03-08-2017 13:05
door ludo
mdcpj schreef:Ziet er interessant uit ook is er al veel out of stock loopt goed zo te zien.
Denk er later ook te willen bestellen maar zo te zien pas 2018.
Die zijn goed bezig laters. :eek:
Danny,

Die Out of Stock zijn de bochten die pas volgend jaar zullen komen.
het is op aanraden van iemand op Eurobricks dat die afbeeldingen van de nog te komen bochten reeds op die site vermeld staan.
kwestie van de mensen te laten weten wat er nog zal komen.
intussen zou de productie van de R104 & R120 opgestart zijn en uitlevering ergens rond de aangegeven periode.

Ik wens hem in ieder geval véél succes met het project want het is en blijft toch een financieel risico.

Ludo

Geplaatst: 03-08-2017 21:58
door mdcpj
Ludo.

oke duidelijk bedankt.
En zou jij daar ook misschien bestellen in de toekomst.

Mvg Danny.

12V Style Automation Buttons for PF and 9V Switches

Geplaatst: 06-08-2017 19:05
door patje
12V Style Automation Buttons for PF and 9V Switches

Early Prototype of 12V Style Automation Buttons For PF and 9V Track


https://youtu.be/N6HqCQlbYvY

This is an early prototype of a 12V style button to control our track switch motors. The button has all the hardware it needs to control the motors, it just needs a 5V power supply (from a brick we're still working on). It has 2 LEDs to indicate the state of the button (the LED on the left is not positioned properly in the prototype and doesn't show in the video). The LEDs are in a hollow stud so you can customize the color by adding a transparent brick. There are 4 studs in between the LEDs so you can add a tile with a label to mark the button so you know what it controls. There are power connectors on the side of the buttons, so if you connect them side by side they can power each other. We're planning on making similar button for the traffic lights, decouplers, etc.

For those of you who prefer not to use a computer or want to build a control panel in bricks, is this an approach that would work for you ?


bron//source:
http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.p ... -switches/

Lowa eurobricks

:-o

Geplaatst: 07-08-2017 20:58
door ludo
mdcpj schreef:Ludo.

oke duidelijk bedankt.
En zou jij daar ook misschien bestellen in de toekomst.

Mvg Danny.
kans zit er in, of in Europa als ze hier verdeeld worden.
daar heb ik het er ook reeds over gehad met 'Coaster'.

Ludo

TrixBrix: custom LEGO-compatible train tracks test

Geplaatst: 15-08-2017 20:33
door patje
TrixBrix: custom LEGO-compatible train tracks test

de stukken om de helling te maken zien er zeer goed uit
bekijk het eens

https://youtu.be/WLleE8UnyUk

:-o

New BlueBrick Libraries

Geplaatst: 17-08-2017 20:29
door patje
New BlueBrick Libraries

Afbeelding

bron//source:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelga ... 81622@N20/

van bouwer//from builder:
Michael Gale flickr

:-)

Work in Progress - Control Buttons and Power Brick for LEGO®

Geplaatst: 21-08-2017 22:11
door patje
Work in Progress - Control Buttons and Power Brick for LEGO® Train Layouts

https://youtu.be/zKpvy93b988

Work in Progress - Control Buttons and Power Brick for LEGO® Train Layouts

This video shows a fully functional prototype of our control buttons to automate LEGO® train layouts. They are inspired on the vintage 12V system. The buttons can power and control our track switch servo motors. They have two LEDs that indicate the current state of the switch. This system is fully stand-only, it just requires power.

The first button control is powered by a power brick; the buttons are interconnected and can power each other so you only need one power brick. The power brick connects to a wall socket with a standard 9V power supply. Besides powering the automation button it also has 2 PF power outlets that can power PF motors and IR receivers. So you can power a ferris wheel or carousel from a wall outlet instead of using battery power.

:-o

Geplaatst: 22-08-2017 18:25
door ludo
Custom wissels (3D print) in gebruik:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/77871011@N08/35877976324/

en hier een paar afbeeldingen:
Afbeelding

Afbeelding

Work in Progress - Control panel for LEGO® Train Layouts

Geplaatst: 05-09-2017 23:22
door patje
Work in Progress - Control panel for LEGO® Train Layouts

This is a control panel made with our button controls. It controls a decoupler, two boom barriers, a track switch and a traffic light. The buttons interconnect and each button is powered by the previous button, the first button is powered by a power brick. The goal is to be able to automate all aspects of your LEGO train layout. It's inspired by the vintage 12V system but designed for PF and 9V track. We're planning on launching a campaign for these button controls on Kickstarter later this month. Decoupler is 3D printed and PF track compatible. It decouples the train by blocking the wheels of the cars that have to be decoupled. It's powered by a servo motor. The boom barriers are made with a small servo motors, they measure 2 x 4 x 3+1/3 base units.

https://youtu.be/ABQx4UaTYgI

Crossover tracks

Geplaatst: 30-09-2017 21:57
door patje
Crossover tracks

Afbeelding

bron//source:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/duq/34098 ... nd_trains/

van bouwer//from builder:
Duq flickr

:-o