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The LEGO Technic Idea Book [KINDLE] ❃ The LEGO Technic Idea Book Author Yoshihito Isogawa – The LEGO® Technic Idea Book Fantastic Contraptions is a collection of hundreds of working examples of simple yet fascinating Technic models that you can build based on their pictures alone Each proje The LEGO® Technic Idea Technic Idea MOBI ☆ Book Fantastic Contraptions is a collection of hundreds of working examples of simple yet fascinating Technic models that you can build based on their pictures alone Each project uses color coded The LEGO MOBI :º pieces and is photographed from multiple angles making it easy to see how the models are assembled without the need for step by step instructions Every model illustrates a different principle concept or mechanism that will LEGO Technic Idea PDF ↠ inspire your own original creations You're encouraged to use these elements as building blocks to create your own masterpiecesThe Technic models in Fantastic Contraptions include working catapults crawling spiders and bipedal walkers as well as gadgets powered by fans propellers springs magnets and vibration You'll even learn how to add lights pneumatics and solar panels to your own modelsThis visual guide the third in the three volume LEGO Technic Idea Book series is the brainchild of master builder Yoshihito Isogawa of Tokyo Japan Each title is filled with photos of Isogawa's uniue models all of which are designed to fire the imaginations of LEGO builders young and oldImagine Create Invent Now what will you buildNOTE The LEGO Technic Idea Book series uses parts from various Technic sets If you don't have some of the pieces shown in a particular model experiment by substituting your own parts or visit the No Starch Press website for a list of the special parts used in the book.

  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • The LEGO Technic Idea Book
  • Yoshihito Isogawa
  • English
  • 19 May 2014
  • 9781593272791

5 thoughts on “The LEGO Technic Idea Book

  1. CynthiaQ CynthiaQ says:

    Love this book Great ideas for things to build with kids

  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    This is the continuation of the first book from Yoshihito Isogawa building on the idea of seeding ingenious and creative contraptions in the hope it will inspire new builders to greater and impressive creations I will admit that when I read the first book I was both intrigued and baffled by the approach however it did not take me many pages to realize what the goal of the book was Rather than provide you with instructions on how to copy the designs thereby only really learning how to follow instructions which if anyone has how has build Lego kits knows its one of the first lessons you learn but rather to understand what the concept is and then to make it your own For example the use of striking and often contrasting colours is intentional so you can see how it works without being made to repeat it blindlyWhat struck me most about all three volumes yes there is another one after this is that how uickly the complexity and creativity escalates It feels that the first page or two are pretty basic but then they suddenly escalate If you do not believe me read a section backwards The first few pages are almost impossible to follow and as you read further and further in to the chapter eventually you see what is going on However read the chapter correctly and it feels a naturally smooth progression which at points feels almost painfully slow So as a lesson in thinking outside the box both figuratively and realistically this book is a great lesson in what there is still to learn about what you can achieve with Lego

  3. Patrick Patrick says:

    Lego Technic is lame

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  5. Thomas Thomas says:

    I have the whole set of these books and I think they are amazing this one is my favourite because it has interesting models including pumps springs fans motors and much

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