seeing that your Lego mini gun is the best out of all i have seen do u have any tips or ways of making a long mini gun that i can hold manly the barrel.the barrel dose not have to spin round but has to be very secure so it dose not brake if u could help me i will be very thankful and anyone have any tips on this problem please tell me
Good job, i would really like to see more detailed pictures, im going to copy your gatling and mount two of them to a sort of sentry at the top of my stairs with dual mindstorms bricks, with the lego optics camera. if anyone passes the two laser sensors on the stairs, then the camera will activate giving me live feed. I have 5 motors and heres how im going to use them. One for each of the gatling guns (to fire) one for each of the vertical angling on the gatlings and one for dual horizontal adjustment. Check out my Barrett too.
This thing is very nice. I love the fact that it actually works. The vid just shows it all, but it does not look like it has good range. I think that the rapid fire makes up for that completely. Great job.
Hi, im not gonna make another spam of CAN I HAVE INSTRUCTIONS PLZZZZZZ....Instead i was hoping that u would possibly be able to review my R2 D2...I can clearly see that your talented with technic as can be seen from your minigun and shotgun and i want an opinion on my R2 that has come from a talented technic builder... Thanks in advance (if you have the time)
thats so frickin awesome, dude!!! i tried to make one myself.. but ofcourse it did'nt work... LOL.
i did create the motor but i did'nt know how the mechanism worked, so... pleeeeease send some pics at the mechanism!
I am quite impressed that you took the time to figure this out and build it.
I am also impressed by the stats you have - according to the numbers you provided, this is actually better than Sebastian's original chaingun.
I hope to see more of your stuff, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions regarding Lego gun designing.
Incidentally, Sebsastian is going to have a full set of instructions for his original chaingun design soon.
Keep up the building!