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Legos the 1 last update 2020/06/06 aren''ll need:

  • 2x1 connector piece (with holes, x2)
  • 4x1 connector piece (with holes, x2)
  • Assorted Legos (preferably single or double wide, including flat pieces)
  • Connector pins (x2)
  • Long connector pin (x1)
  • Medium rubber band[1]
Legos aren''ll need:
  • 2x1 connector piece (with holes, x2)
  • 4x1 connector piece (with holes, x2)
  • Assorted Legos (preferably single or double wide, including flat pieces)
  • Connector pins (x2)
  • Long connector pin (x1)
  • Medium rubber band[1]
  • 2
    Construct your reservoir. This is the part of your machine that will hold your candy. Your reservoir should be rectangular in shape. The size of this part depends on how many Legos you have at your disposal, but it''t in already, place your rubber band so the connectors are encircled by it, and attach the connector pieces to the inside of each of your normal 1x2 pieces under your 2x6 piece.[3]
    • The smaller 1x2 pieces will serve as supports for connector pieces that will hold the tension of your rubber band.
    • If your rubber band is too small, you may need to loop it once or twice so that it has the appropriate length and tension to return your slide.
  • 3
    Reinforce your rubber band mount. For better stability and thickness, you should use assorted flat pieces on the bottom of your 1x2 pieces and then reinforce these with another 2x6 piece.
  • 4
    Complete your automatic return. You will need to use your 4x1 connector pieces to attach the rubber band to your release so that it can apply return force to the release. Insert the pin (if necessary) in your 4x1 connectors, with the rubber band around the pin, then reinforce your 4x1 connectors with a 3x2 flat piece to give stability.[4]
  • 5
    Test your return. The mount for your return will need to be structurally sound, otherwise when you pull your handle the rubber band might come free and your machine break. Pull on your rubber band with moderate force and make sure that the pins hold it securely.
    • Be sure the tension of the rubber band is not too great, or it might break the mount.
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