Event Details

  • Now it's our time to celebrate the dads! We thought the most fun way would be a giveaway competition.

    All you have to do is to share anything related to your LEGO® and/or SBrick experience on our Social platfrom. It can be the first time you built a MOC, the first time you played LEGO® with your kids. It can be funny, interesting, creative; a story, a photo, a drawing, anything you wish!

    The SBrick team will pick the best ones.
    - The very best submission will get a free SBrick
    - The other great entries will be honored by a 10% SBrick coupon code that you can use up in our webstore: https://sbrickstore.com/

    Here is the what you have to do:
    1) Share your favorite LEGO®/SBrick experiences (photo, story, drawing, app, gif, etc.)!
    2) Upload it to our social website: https://social.sbrick.com/event/36
    3) Wait for the results!
  • 6/20/16 at 1:00 AM -
    6/26/16 at 12:00 PM
  • Where
    Worldwide Map
  • Host
    SBrick Team
  • Led by
  • RSVPs
    • 9 attending
    • 0 maybe attending
    • 0 not attending
    • 0 awaiting reply

Father's Day Competetion


  • Michael L
    Michael L: because of some copyright issues, i deleted the Video... Heres a Picture of my MOC Crane. It´s full RC with 8 Motors, 1 Servo, Lights and remote pneumatic. Powered by two SBricks.
    • June 29, 2016
    • Michael L
      Johan vd Pluijm Great, it appears to be 1.2 meters? How does the crane (not the truck) turn when fully extended?
      • June 29, 2016
    • Michael L
      Michael L what do you mean how it turns? it is motorized like at the 42009 ultimate. The Motor is in the Upper part, so no cables through the connection
      • June 29, 2016
    • Michael L
      Johan vd Pluijm How does the upper part rotate? I was wondering how stable the crane (black part) is when it rotates around the vertical-axis?
      • July 1, 2016
    • Michael L
      Michael L Ah okay.. It rotates on a slewing ring and a plateau made of Liftarms. The black Part is stable depending on the lenght... But you have to turn very slow :-D