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Erector Mini Build & Play – Small Plane (Pink / Orange)

Erector Mini Build & Play – Small Plane (Pink / Orange)

  • Build and play small plane set
  • Build 2 fun models with flexible parts!
  • 46 pieces. Tools included.
  • Collect them all!
  • Ages 5-8

The Build & Play line from Erector offers flexible plastic parts to build funny and colorful vehicles! Play with them, transform them, and create your own unique models! You can personalize the eyes with the stickers. For flexible playing from 5 year

List Price: $ 10.39

Price: $ 10.39

Erector Mini Build & Play – Small Helicopter (Orange / Red)

Erector Mini Build & Play – Small Helicopter (Orange / Red)

  • New flexible colorful parts add a whole new dimension of fun!
  • Comes with fasteners and tools that are safe and very easy to use
  • 58 pieces
  • Age 5+

Build 2 funny models with flexible parts! The Erector Build and Play Small Helicopter set features 58 pieces to construct 2 models (assembly instructions included). The set has flexible & strong parts with funny colors and screws & bolts. Tools and

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 11.95

Erector Micro Build and Play Vehicle – Micro Motorbike

Erector Micro Build and Play Vehicle – Micro Motorbike

  • Erector Micro Build & Play sets have fewer parts for easier assembly
  • Micro Motorbike has 17 parts.
  • New colorful, flexible pieces add new dimensions of fun!
  • Includes easy to use, child-safe fasteners and tools
  • Age 5+

The Erector Micro Build & Play Motorbike set has 17 pieces including screws, bolts, and flexible, strong parts in fun colors. Tools and detailed building instructions for the pictured model are included. There are 5 additional Micro Build & Play set

List Price: $ 3.77

Price: $ 3.77

Schylling Toys – Erector Set – Build & Play – Easy Bucket

www.ThinkFastToys.com Easy Assembly Construction Set builds ten different models with 100 colorful flexible parts. This set includes a convenient storage bucket, tool and instruction booklet. It has new flexible pieces that add a whole new dimension of fun to the creations a child’s active imagination. “sm”
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How To Build A Remote Control Car From Scratch

How To Build A Remote Control Vehicle From Scratch

Creating a remote control vehicle from scratch is rewarding and a lot of enjoyable.  Kits are simple.  But there is nothing like the satisfaction you get when you turn on a car and drive it for the first time right after building it from scratch. Making your own remote control car from parts you buy separately permits you the freedom to customize your auto.

Style and Scale

Commence with a sketch of what you want your automobile to appear like. Determine on the scale most remote control vehicles are 1/10 scale and off road vehicles are typically 1/18.  Begin by sketching out the frame and draw it from different angles for an idea of how to begin to assemble your auto. Experienced hobbyists suggest measuring from the wheels of the vehicle. The frame serves as the connection point for almost each and every part of your car, so make sure that your measurements are accurate.

Creating the Vehicle

Hobby stores will have all the parts that you want to develop your own custom radio controlled automobile. Some hobbyists use parts they have from older vehicles to assemble a new one.  When it is time to assemble your car mark you parts will be clearly as proper (R) and left (L).  Some parts will require glue. It is a very good concept to use a clean plastic lid or bin to hold a few drops of glue and then dip the component in the glue when ready to assemble the parts.

Assembly

Start with a flat metal plate measured and cut to the scale you determined by your drawing. You will want two axles one straight axle for the rear wheels and one with pivoting ends for the front to steer the auto. The motor will be attached to the front axle as nicely, so make positive that your scale is big sufficient to hold the size motor you want to install. Use screws to attach the axles to the metal plate and coat the ends of the axles with graphite so that the wheels will slide onto the axles less difficult.

Just before assembling the wheels, make certain that the steering knob and the gear assembly are effectively installed. These parts will turn the axle and propel the vehicle. Use washers on the ends of the axles to hold the wheels in location and keep them from sliding on the axles. Install a copper ring to the front axle that will be employed to transmit electricity from the motor to the wheels to propel the vehicle.

Subsequent, bolt the motor to the front of the frame plate close to the front axle. Attach a lead wire from the motor to the copper ring. Attach the steering wire from the motor to the gear assembly on the front axle. Twist the wire around the steering knob and crimp it securely. Lastly, attach the radio control antenna to the best of the motor.

Just before installing the motor, make sure that it is properly centered by marking the output shaft center position. Bundle the servo leads by coiling or zip tying. To correctly coil the leads, wrap them about a screwdriver shaft and then plug them in. Longer lead wire should be folded over itself ahead of coiling with the other leads. Zip ties function well to hold the coiled wires securely. Trim off excess plastic from the zip tie. The servo ought to be assembled level with the engine. The lower the center of gravity (i.e., the lower the servo is mounted on the frame), the quicker the vehicle can take corners with no rolling.

Creating the Remote Control

Develop your remote control trigger device from parts that you can recycle from old remote controls or get the plastic housing from a hobby shop. Utilizing rubber cement, glue two resistors to the inside of the housing. Drill a hole between the resistors and location a steel rod about four inches extended although the hole. Then attach a rotating head with an electrode to the finish of the steel rod. The head rotates between the resistors and creates an electrical connection. The electrical signal is transmitted from the trigger to the antenna on the auto, which then responds with the servo which turns the wheels left or correct. Wire a trigger to a resistor by wrapping the edges of the lead wire about the resistor. The trigger determines how quickly the vehicle will go. Lastly, attach the antenna, and then seal the plastic housing.

References

Hobby Partz: RC Car Parts and Accessories

http://www.hobbypartz.com/automobiles.html

1 Switch: Do it Oneself Tumbler Radio Control Auto

http://www.oneswitch.org.uk/4/DIY/tumbler.htm

Hobby Partz: Servos and Digital Servos

http://www.hobbypartz.com/servos.html

Written by R. Reichert
Robin Reichert is an AFPA Certified Private Trainer and Nutrition Consultant.

Erector Sets Build and Play at ToysintheMail.com

Erector Sets Construct and Play at ToysintheMail.com

LEGO Build Together : House Tv Commercial

Check out this amazing Father and Son creation!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Tamiya Honda Fit plastic model build video part 1

This will be a video log of me building a Honda Fit plastic model kit by Tamiya. I was mainly building Gundam models up until ’08. I then got a Paasche airbrush and used it to build a Ban Dai Nautilus submarine model from the anime Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. My wife and I then worked on a red FG Char Zaku gunpla together and used the airbrush for that too. I made some mistakes on that one, but it was a learning experience. So when our daughter was born in May of ’08, I suddenly lost the time to work on models. During this time, I mainly painted small anime figures that came with various models. Off and on I was working on an Ertyl Star Wars Snow Speeder model, but I totally messed up with salt weathering it and got discouraged. I’ve also slowly been working on a Dairugger XV (Voltron) model, but that’s been sporadic. So as my New Years Resolution, I’ve decided to start working on this Honda Fit model. I welcome all comments and criticism as long as it isn’t just “U SUCK LOL.” Suggestions are welcome. I hope it turns out well.

How can I build a fashion doll from scratch?

Question by shayeshayeshaye: How can I build a fashion doll from scratch?
How can I go about making my own fashion doll molds?
I am interested in making my own 12″ fashion doll because the really good ones that are for sale are SO EXPENSIVE. Does anyone know how can I go about making my own fashion doll molds using plastic, rubber or other materials? I am not interested in transforming a doll that is already made, but starting from scratch. Serious replies only. Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by cltd
There are doll making magazines that can help you with that, I believe one is called Doll Crafter.

But I think that making your own would be way more expensive than buying them…and yes, I do know the price of modern fashion dolls!

I admire your ambition, but I think you need to find out what’s all involved, it might be a bigger task than you think!

What do you think? Answer below!

Erector Build & Play – Mechanical Construction Bucket, 120+ Pieces

Erector Build & Play – Mechanical Construction Bucket, 120+ Pieces

  • Build 10 funny models with new colored tires
  • Allows easy clean up and efficient storage
  • Tools and building instructions included
  • Interchangeable with all Erector sets
  • Comes with 120 parts

Mechanical Building Set builds ten different models with 120 colorful flexible parts including gears and wheels. This set includes a convenient storage bucket, tools and instruction booklet. It has new flexible pieces that add a whole new dimension o

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List Price: $ 29.99

Price: $ 26.99

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