SAFS Instructions

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  • .Tromas 3y

    Buddy, that is fantastic!!! Thanks so much for doing this!!!

    Total love for the addition of the heart tile :-D
  • Ryan 3y

    Only nitpick is that the arms are put together in the wrong sequence :-/ I know it breaks a lego rule, and hopefully people know the build technique already, but you might confuse the hell out of some people.
  • Carson Hart 3y

    This is fantastic!

    How hard is it to leearn how to make online instructions? It's something I've been wanting to try out for a while and you obsiously are relly good at it. Are their any online tutorials to learn how to make them?
  • Pascal 3y

    Ryan Not sure what you mean, apart from the fact that I would normally build the arm before attaching it to the body.
  • Ryan 3y

    The ball-end of the lever can't be pushed through the slot of the lever base. You'd have to put it through upside-down, through the tubing, then normally attach it to the second level base.

    As I said, hopefully most people are familiar with the technique already, though. Not sure that LDraw would let you do it that way?
  • Pascal 3y

    Ryan You know, I totally forgot that part about that particular technique. Yes, I could flip the lever handle around in LDraw, there are no restrictions about placing parts in LDraw. I'm going to leave the instructions as they are for the moment, hopefully the comments now make it clear what you need to do in the build.

    .Tromas The heart tile was such an obvious choice. :-)

    Carson Hart I use a program called LPub to make instructions out of LDraw files. There is a nice tutorial, which I only came across after learning by experimentation:
  • AlbinOnFlickr 3y

    The image has a strong asian layout (characters, 'bullets', colours) - inspiring!
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