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    I've been given a Ugears Roadster kit, which I'm currently working on.
    (It's a grown-up toy, and could possibly be an automata; it's laser cut, so gets a CNC tag.)

    Very impressed with the cleverness of the design, and the clear instructions. I'm a bit surprised that there aren't any other threads on these kits...

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    Boy, oh boy, that looks like on complicated puzzle....
    I want to see it completed, please .
    Cheers, Peter

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    I was given the timer piece groom ugears and it was fun to make and pretty to look at.

    I can highly recommend them!

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    Wheels and tyres
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    Tiny fiddly bearings
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    Rubber band motor
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    Running chassis, bodywork and trim still to go
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    I used to enjoy doing kits, not as complicated as yours, but found I had tooo many parts left over, so I gave up on them.
    Very nicely done.
    Kryn
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    More hours invested - steering, dashboard, bodywork, lights, flexible number plate...
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    Nearly finished - only 1 part to go, and saving that for the person who gave me the kit ��
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    Really nice

    Well Done

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith_1 View Post
    really nice

    well done

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    Different but nice work.

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