HOWTO Create a LEGO Motorized Train Points Track 1

HOWTO Create a LEGO Motorized Train Points Track
If you, like me, loves LEGO Trains you will already know that there are several things that really could be improved easily by LEGO: like the lack of a proper x-cross track, an automated switch, some signals to stop trains, etc… Well, LEGO said a few years ago that they replaced the old 9V tracks ...

HOWTO Mount your GoPRO HERO on a LEGO vehicle

HOWTO Mount your GoPRO HERO on a LEGO vehicle
I recently bought a GoPRO Hero 3+ Silver to mount it on my LEGO train ( much like this ) but then I found it wasn’t really simple to attach it to LEGO. So I used one of the bases they give you with the camera and used five plates to build something like the ...

Ask Miguel #001

Ask Miguel #001
Hello there, I am starting a new section on the Youtube channel called Ask Miguel, where you can ask me questions or do requests about LEGO Technic and Mindstorms and I will do my best to answer them or your money back! ( just kidding, it is completely FREE! ). Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleMoreEmailRedditLinkedInPrintPinterestTumblr

HOWTO create a Line Following Robot using Mindstorms 85

HOWTO create a Line Following Robot using Mindstorms
The easy way of learning how to built your own Line follower Robot using a PID Controller without any of the mathematical expressions that you will find on most tutorials. Code included! The first thing you have thought about after unboxing your LEGO Mindstorms was building the first robot, and just after that you would ...

HOWTO Create LEGO Train inclines 4

HOWTO Create LEGO Train inclines
LEGO Trains are lovely. Their tracks are lovely, but I really miss the possibility of making several levels circuits ( btw check this Top 10 LEGO Trains list). At first, being new to LEGO, I though that maybe there was a special part to create slopes much like the one that exists for LEGO Duplo. ...

How To Make LEGO Train X-Cross Track 8

How To Make LEGO Train X-Cross Track
A few years ago, when I was interested in other things like malt whisky, LEGO decided to create a x-cross track for their 9V Train sets. But when the system moved from the 9V Train tracks to the new plastic tracks without electricity the x-cross track disappeared. How is that possible?! How is it possible ...