LEGO GBC - Tri Wheel Lane Splitter, by Stork | Planet GBC

Tri Wheel Lane Splitter

Tri-Wheel Lane Splitter est un magnifique module GBC du constructeur suédois Stork. Ce grand module Great Ball Contraption noir et vert fluo utilise trois roues géantes (réf : 59521) pour transporter vos balles LEGO GBC préférées vers un mécanisme de séparation de voies, en guidant ces balles de chaque côté du module en alternance. Vous pouvez changer l’orientation des rampes de sortie, en optant pour deux voies de sortie distinctes ou une voie unique. Le concept original de ce module vient de Maico Arts. Il a été affiné et triplé par Dunes, et enfin personnalisé par Stork avec le système de dédoublement. Si vous êtes l’heureux propriétaire de ces roues géantes, cette construction est un must.

Conception originale par: Stork Nombre de pièces: 735
Complexité de montage:
Coût du module: €€€, moyen

CE MODULE LEGO GBC EN VIDEOS

Le module Tri-Wheel Lane GBC est aussi visible sur cette video, sans son mécanisme de séparation de balles:

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3 comments

  1. I want to get my grandson started. Start with one module and add to it. I see instructions, but where do I get the bricks?

    1. hello Marian,

      to reproduce these GBC modules, you need to buy the bricks you miss in your own stock on some marketplaces such as Bricklink, eBay, brickowl….

      The most popular marketplace to buy LEGO bricks is Bricklink: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/main.page. The website gathers thousand of vendors worldwide.

      If you want to reproduce this exact Tri-Wheel Lane Splitter GBC module. Then, you need to download the parts list above (“Bricklink Wanted List”) and you need to “upload” this file on Bricklink.
      The following video on Planet GBC explains how to proceed with the file to acquire the bricks you need on Bricklink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nz3mzDBjLI

      One major attention point is that buying bricks on market places is unfortunately not trivial and can be very frustrating: you have very often to order your bricks to several vendors, you have to wait for the bricks to arrive, you have to track your inventory…
      This demanding process is discouraging a lot of the motivated new comers.

      For your grandson, I advise you to start with a LEGO GBC that you can entirely build with the parts from a LEGO commercial set. In such case, you ‘just” have to buy the commercial set and the building instructions, then your grandson is good to go. You save a lot of frustrations.
      The website PV-Productions has specialized itself in such builds. You’ll find a vitrine of the builds on Planet GBC: https://www.planet-gbc.com/constructeurgbc-pv-productions/

      For a very first attempt with GBC, I would recommend to start with an easy build like:
      https://www.planet-gbc.com/GBCmodule-PV-Productions-GBC37RatchetRide/
      or
      https://www.planet-gbc.com/gbcmodule-pv-productions-gbc38-funkyferriswheel/

      and don’t forget to buy GBC balls (beams or marbles can also do the trick for some GBC modules):
      https://www.planet-gbc.com/get-started-with-gbc/get-the-gbc-balls/

      Welcome to the world of GBC and keep me informed about how your grandson will like it

  2. Hello . Could you please tell me what cable are you using on that old train controller ? i have one , but can`t find a cable to take power out of it an to my motor . thanks

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