Lego Factory Project
Lego factory project v2.0
Demonstration at LegoWorld 2010
This is the first video of the full functionality of the Lego Mindstorms – Factory 2.0 project. All video was recorded during the LegoWorld 2010 event in Zwolle (The Netherlands) from October 20th until October 27th. A more extensive video demonstration will come later this year when I get things reprogrammed a bit to be more efficient as it currently is.
The factory is capable of building virtually anything using the 95 types of bricks available in the warehouse. Models for the factory are designed using Lego Digital Designer (LDD) and are interpretted by custom written Windows software (For an example of this: http://www.youtube.com After interpretting the LDD model building instructions for the factory are generated and are sent to the master NXT of the factory.
Creator: Martijn Bosgraaf (Dryw Filtiarn)
Total construction time: 4.5 months (June 2010 until October 2010)
~ 150 hours of Lego building +
~ 100 hours of programming (5 NXT’s + LDD model processing software)
Total amount of bricks: Estimated to be around 25.000
Warehouse: 95 different bricks with a total of 1520 bricks in stock
Maximum model size: 16 x 22 x 11 (width x length x height in bricks)
Controlled by 5 NXT’s, with a combined programming (NXC) line-count of nearly 50.000 lines of code.
Models designed in Lego Digital Designer (LDD) A great thank you to Peer Kreuger (mahjqa) for his effort to record the video and editing it to get this video online.