Kangaroo mini PC meets transformable LEGO case.
While in storage or in use the LEGO case can hold 1 kangaroo, 1 HGST portable HDD, 1x custom portable HDD case.
I could go into a long thing about why I need work or donations,
Short answer, not dead, not going to die any time soon. But.. I'm Limited to stay home once temp reaches 70F outside. Still waiting to get S ocial S ecurity, Need to keep housing and other things.
Be glad to build someone a website, or even accept donations through my PayPal at .
Also can do remote Admin work (14+years senior network engineer) Win, Linux, email, web, security, copper > fiber, Novell, Citrix, all routing and firewalls,
I never truly know how my days will be until the day of, so no 8-5 everyday. But for the most part I can still handle working from home on my pc for a few hours a day.
So I had a few days without internet and had some time to play with my LEGO. Decided to try to make a LEGO model of my Space colonizer ship Idea.
Various Custom LEGO SNOT Roads pictures and LDR source files.
In the past I just gave LDR files for examples for others to build from, today I will go over the mechanics that make up my original LEGO Log Cabins designs.
So it's been quite awhile since I have done any work building any LEGO MOC's. With most of my LEGO swag in storage, I decided to see how far I could get making my version 4 of the Enercon E-126 windmill hub with in LDD. These were made 100% in LDD, pictures made in other programs..
Going through all my files of Custom LEGO SNOT Roads I have made and posting the Pictures and LDraw files to go with them the here.
This was designed in 2009 and I thought it about time for a new design but wanted to first go over this MOC.
Working on my 3rd revision of the hub and geared areas of the E-126 MOC. These new revision are being made in MLCad so at some point I will have whole MOC made in LDR and MLCad.
Setup my log cabin with a modified base to fit the community window at the Columbus Ohio LEGO ® store.
Post some progress of my newest Windmill designed to look and be to scale of the E-126 Wind Turbine. So if a minifig was a 6ft person in real life (Minifig = 6ft Tall thanks to Dave's LEGO® scale Converter) this LEGO E-126 will be a staggering 16ft tall when one of the blades is turned up. The base of the tower is 48 studs wide, and each blade is 4.6 ft long......
Many years ago I wanted to see how many different ways I could add bends, corners, and other changes in the LEGO train track layouts.
Since early 2003 I have been making various types of roads made out of LEGO bricks. In this entry I will talk about my current version I use. And share with the how and whys. View the Gallery of pictures and download LDR source files!