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Airborne LEGO . A LEGO ONLY rotor that actually flies! . A thing of ONLY LEGO pieces that actually flies! This is the result of an experiment to make something that flies from LEGO only. Using the buggy motor and speeding it up by a factor 3, this rotor actually develops more thrust than its weight (about 20 grams). It can therefore free itself from the drive axis and then lifts off to about half a meter. I decided not to provide build instructions, as the rotation speed well above 1000 rpm seems dangerous. See also the warning in the video clip AirborneLEGO on YouTube. Particularly, there is the risk that parts come off. Happy flying ;) NXTLiftboy


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