15 Items ItemName: Lego Control Center, ItemType: Set, ItemNo: , Buy and sell LEGO parts, Set complete (but without pen) with instructions and box. Set number: ; Name: Control Centre; Also known as: Technic Control Centre; Set type: Normal; Theme group: Technical; Theme: Technic; Subtheme. Set # TECHNIC Control Center. Theme: LEGO Need building instructions? Submit instruction page . Please visit
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The whole carriage arm slides on, and is supported by, tiles on the main carriage.
A weighted element is used to push the pen down against the paper. The rate shown in the animation is much faster than scale. The gears drive 24 tooth crowns. Once a memory is selected, you can push Program and the system will record your inputs, including duration, and including pauses. The difference between these two types of motion can be seen using a close study of the animation. We’ll call the side-to-side motion the X axis. Control Center The Control Center is the heart of this set.
The whole carriage slides on, and is supported by, tiles on the base. The plotter is an exceptionally unique model, and a good simplification of how real servo motors driven by a programmable system might be used.
The red pundulum shown in the computer image is driven to the right of the motor by the friction in the axle. The instrucrions even includes a means to secure the paper. They are controlled by a 4 way control pad on the right.
Because the 2 long arms of the 4 bar linkage are different lengths 1 stud differencethe arm changes shape and lifts.
The boom can only be driven one direction; you can’t go backwards. Final gear reduction is 3: Finally, an 8 tooth pinion drives the outer ring gear of the turntable which has 56 teeth. Final gear reduction is The plotter is motorized to translate along two axes independently or together.
Finally, a pair of 8 tooth pinions drive a long set of rack gears. This prevents the friction on the pen from dragging the paper around the platform.
Instructions For LEGO 8094 Universal Set with computer control
Each motor drives a pulley via a belt. Model by Benjamin Wendl. This axle then drives a instrhctions of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by a set of 16 tooth spur gears. The system is supported by the new Technic turntable which is able to support the unbalanced weight without falling apart.
A pair of 8 tooth pinions then drive a pair of 16 tooth ,ego gears which rotate in opposite directions. The 4 Model Team wheels are not steerable. When the arm is in the fully down position, the beams making up the 4 bar linkage are bottomed, which prevents inshructions arm from descending any further.
The first blue axle then drives a 24 tooth crown through a worm gear, preventing backdriving of the system. Click for 8904 animation end effector grabbing and lifting. The color coded computer image can be used to help explain the workings of the system. The other motor drives the slewing motion and is located in the base. Click for an animation of the boom lifting. Each wheel is powered by an independent motor.
Remember those red and green gears in the image? The drawing method using the plotter is similar to the popular toy ” Etch A Sketch “. It cannot slide far enough to become unbalanced and fall off the side.
Instructions for 8094-1 – Technic Control Center
Next comes a belt drive through a pair of pulleys to prevent the motor from stalling. This is an excellent example of the complex functions which could be achieved with a relatively small variety of parts. The weight drives a pair of 8 tooth spur gears. Instrcutions for an animation of the arm rotating.
Control Centre | Brickset: LEGO set guide and database
The X instructionz motor has an 8 tooth spur gear on the output shaft first computer image and drives a 24 tooth spur gear. Motorized Carriage The carriage is motorized to translate on two axes. Instead, you have to wait for it to cycle back around the where it started. Motorized Slewing Superstructure The entire superstructure slews on one of the new turntables which is able ibstructions support the unbalanced weight without falling apart.
When the last blue axle is locked, relative rotation of the red and green gears causes the angle between the yellow beams to change, thereby rotating the 4 bar linkage. The lifting of the arm uses the very same gear system. The motor drives a pulley through a belt and then a set of 16 tooth spur gears.