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The final image shows the raised and lower positions superimposed for comparison. This is a technjc assumption since a creature with such a massive head would need to use the tail for counter balance. This dinosaur presumably a Tyrannosaur is one of my favorite models ever. The 24 tooth gear at the front of the assembly tdchnic not actually do anything, it is merely meant to represent the spinning compressor fan of a turbine. A flex axle connects here shown in yellow and attaches to the movable upper jaw.
The total gear reduction is 3: The gearbox both drives and supports a 24 tooth spur gear.
This is due to the fact that the yellow coupling attaches to the inner linkage one stud further from the rotation axis than it does to the outer linkage. The yellow outputs are labeled “N-S” and “E-W”. Movement of the forward cables tips the head side to side, and movement of the rear cables swings the tail side to side.
They are controlled by a 4 way control pad on the right. The outer linkage is made from mostly black beams and supports the Control Center. Model by Benjamin Wendl Click for an animation of the helicopter in motion. The inner linkage is made mostly from gray beams and support the helicopter.
A worm gearbox hidden is then used to drive a 24 tooth gear into the steering axle. Items of the same color remain parallel throughout motion which keeps the Control Center parallel to the ground.
Depression of the Yechnic Center raises the helicopter. It couples the motion of the inner and outer linkages, connecting to them at the pins shown in yellow.
Image by Benjamin Wendl Click for an animation of the helicopter pitching. The helicopter is mounted to the stand with a box structure called a gimbal. As can be seen in the computer image, the high speed motor drives through 2 different silicone belts red and blue. In this case, they are motorized to turn at the same rate via a motor located in the body at the approximate position a turbine would be located in a real helicopter.
As can be seen in the computer image, the high speed motor drives through 3 different silicone belts red. As can be seen in the computer image, the high speed motor drives through 2 different silicone belts red and tecchnic.
Click for an animation of the head and tail in motion. Its list of functions is large and so is the modelbut what really makes it stand apart is the way that it can actually be “flown” like a flight simulator.
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Movement of the control pad in a diagonal direction effectively controls 2 channels at once. A tecgnic of bevel gears then drives torque into a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears on the right side of the body. The computer image shows the horizontal links in black and the vertical links in red. A set of bevel gears then drives torque into a third belt white which drives a new worm tecgnic hidden.
Note in the photographs that a number of wires have to be carefully routed through this area without interfering with the motion of the parts. The weight and lever arm are accurate enough a counterbalance with the addition of internal friction that the helicopter stays up.
The tail is hinged in three places horizontally, allowing it to forma gentle curve. This allows it to be powered from a wall plug instead of using up dozens of batteries.
As can be seen in the computer image, the high speed motor drives through a silicone belt blue. Image by Benjamin Wendl Click for an animation of the elevation in motion.
The use of belts rather than gears allows the pulleys to slip rather than stall the motor if the resistance becomes too high. There is a battery compartment on the bottom which holds 6 C sized batteries LR14 in series, producing a total of 9 volts DC. Click for an animation of the arms and jaw in motion. One of the front wheels is used for actual propulsion while a large fan in the rear is used to simulate the propulsion method of a real air boat.
Click for an animation of the rotors in motion. Bending The dinosaur can bend down and lower its head almost to the Control Center using a motor mounted in the support stand.
As can be seen in the computer image best seen by zooming in the high speed motor drives through 2 different silicone belts both red.