ULTIMATE LOST IN SPACE JUPITER 2 PROJECT PREVIEW

8 Comments
  1. Liam Dillon 4 weeks ago

    Is that B9 actually that size?!!! Wow.

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      Simon Mercs 4 weeks ago

      Yes, he’s over 2 feet tall….still works, a rare find on E Bay years ago.

  2. Liam Dillon 4 weeks ago

    Look at this Simon. https://youtu.be/axjpJOj5E74

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      Simon Mercs 4 weeks ago

      I had seen it before…called them this morning. With all accessories it’s nearly 100 bucks. But after a week of searching, I bought one, may do the trick. Thanks for pointing it out my friend!

  3. Jeffrey Robinson 3 weeks ago

    I thought you were going to take a week off.

    This Youtube video may help with the motor quantre

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      Simon Mercs 3 weeks ago

      Well, I get a lot done in a week off. It only means I’m not working on a model, not hardly working.
      The motors have various uses, but the tiny ones really can’t be relied on.

  4. Jeffrey Robinson 3 weeks ago

    Sorry Simon, I thought I included this link with my message, https://youtu.be/GMwHeNX41CA. Even if this doesn’t help, this guy is interesting to watch.
    Hope it helps, have a good week.

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      Simon Mercs 3 weeks ago

      He is! I enjoyed the clip! He has a very simple set up for the door, effective, if you have that much space, and it isn’t remote controlled, timed, etc….

      The devices that are required for this project, are very different. Linear drives, and connected to a circuit with a logic board, to sync with Fusion Core light effects.

      Thanks for sharing that, it’s the stuff early experimenters in motors should look at!

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