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Instructions For LEGO 8094 Universal Set with computer control

Because the 2 long arms of the 4 bar insgructions are different lengths 1 stud differencethe arm changes shape and lifts. The next two stages of 16 tooth spurs and 14 tooth bevels are 1: A second set of pinion gears engage the racks and prevent the cantilever moment from tipping the arm off the carriage.

The motor drives an 8 tooth spur gear into a 24 tooth spur. As you can see from the example image, it is pretty instructiins to draw anything coherent with this system, but it is fun to try.

Revolution of these elements causes an osciallation of the boom up and down. Finally, an 8 tooth pinion drives the outer ring gear of the turntable which has 56 teeth.

Movement of the control pad in a diagonal direction effectively controls 2 channels at once. This drives through a set of pulleys using a belt.

The plotter is motorized to translate along two axes independently or together. After the bevel gears, the axle passes through the axis of rotation of the boom.

The method used to achieve this is quite clever and is described below. This is an excellent example of the complex functions which could be achieved with a relatively small variety of parts.


Finally come an 8, a 24, and a 40 tooth spur gear. Click for an animation of the arm rotating.

Click for an animation end effector grabbing and lifting. This large gear then drives a 24 tooth crown.

Instructions for 8094-1 – Technic Control Center

Motorized Lifting Boom The boom can be raised and lowered using the upper motor, but only by driving the motor in a single direction. The pulley then drives a 24 tooth crown gear through a worm gear, resulting in a reduction of about One buttons drives one direction, and the other reverses polarity and drives the motor the other way.

The computer image shows the drive system. Once a memory is selected, you can push Program and the system will record your inputs, including duration, and including pauses.

There is a battery compartment on the bottom which holds 6 C sized batteries LR14 in series, producing a total of 9 volts DC. The Control Center has 3 color coded power outputs, each capable of driving a 9V motor. A worm gear drives the next 24 tooth crown. You can then play it back Go at any time, or you can control the system manually. When the last blue axle is locked, relative rotation of the red and green gears causes the angle between the yellow beams to change, thereby rotating the 4 bar linkage.

The next stage is a pair of 16 instruxtions spurs.

Instructions for – Technic Control Center |

The Y axis motor has an 8 tooth spur gear on the output shaft second computer image and drives a 24 tooth spur gear. Click for an animation of the boom lifting.


The motor for this function is located in the base. You can see this clearly in the animation. The motor drives a pulley through a belt hidden inatructions the turntable in the computer image. When the end effector closes on something, either itself or an item it is grasping, the last blue axle becomes effectively locked.

The lifting of the arm uses the very same gear system. The jib can only be driven one direction; you can’t go backwards.

The gears drive 24 tooth crowns. Motorized Rotating Arm The instruvtions can be rotated side to side using a motor contained in the fixed base.

Based on the motor’s loaded rotation rate of rpm, the rotation rate of the arm is about 1. The pen can be lifted manually. The motor drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by two pairs of 16 tooth spurs.


The difference between these two types of motion can be seen using a close study of the animation. A pair of 8 tooth pinions then drive a pair of 16 tooth spur gears which rotate in opposite directions. It cannot slide far enough to become unbalanced and fall off the side. This prevents the friction on the pen from dragging the paper around the platform. The weight can be rotated to lift the pen from the paper via the gear system.