Hockey Stick Lift GBC module

Started: April 2018 Completed: May 2018 Released: September 2018 pw180202pw180208 pw180204pw180206 In this GBC module, the hockey stick parts (ice hockey stick, ID 93559) play a proper role in the ball-transfer mechanism. Pairs of hockey stick parts are continuously moved to scoop up and lift the balls. Each pair of hockey stick blades performs a swinging motion, rather than a circular motion. The distance between two hockey sticks facing each other on the left side of the lift is narrower than that on the right side of the lift. Consequently, the hockey sticks can slide past each other without colliding. The ball-transfer mechanism has a compact design, encompassing the top pair of hockey sticks down to the outlet slope of the module. pw180203pw180205 pw180201pw180207 Instructions, the CAD data set, and part lists are available for this module; the instructions and CAD data set require payment, while part lists are free. Instructions, CAD data set, and part lists are each separated into two files: the main lift part of the module and the outlet slope part of the module. Instructions and CAD data set are available upon payment, which you can transfer via PayPal. Once your payment has been completed and confirmed by PayPal, an automatic reply email will deliver the download URL. If there is a problem, please contact me using my information on the contact form. Item: Hockey stick lift, instructions, and CAD data set (A1802XIE) Price: JPY 864 Contents: PDF instructions (102 pages), CAD data set (MPD file)
A18020_inst_cover A18021_inst_cover   Part lists download (free): A1802XP (bsx file) A18020P (pdf file 1/2) A18021P (pdf file 2/2) Notice: You must prepare all bricks listed in the part lists by yourself. To operate the module, in addition to the parts listed, a battery box for PowerFunction and the balls for playing GBC are necessary. The instructions are intended for persons who have experience assembling Lego Technic. For operating the module, the positions and phases of hockey sticks should be adjusted with each other (the methods for the phase adjustment are explained on p.82 of the instructions). You must not copy and distribute the instructions, CAD data, and part lists.