LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Education Expansion Set 45560 Instructions

Looking for the Core Set (#45544) instructions? Click here. Znap [DOWNLOAD – 5MB]

LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Education 45544 Instructions

You can download the instructions for the robots in the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Core Set (LEGO# 45544) using the links below. Happy building! Looking for the Expansion Set (#45560) instructions? Click here. Educator Vehicle (with attachments) [DOWNLOAD – 5MB]

LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 solves Rubik’s Cubes in under two minutes

Update: Instructions are now available here! David Gilday, designer of the NXT Mindcuber bonus model is back with an all new EV3 cube solving robot: Mindcub3r. Here’s what David says about his design, and be sure to check out the video of the robot in action below:

Tutorial: Most Useless Machine EV3R

This useless machine is inspired by the “Most Useless Machine EVER” by “SaskView”. Now you can build one too, using the instructions below. All you need is one LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 kit (#31313). Leave a comment if you build one – let’s see how many pointless machines we can build together! Video


Curious to see what’s in the box? Sit back and watch as I unbox the new LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 home edition. I’ll show you the EV3 packaging with the 5 hero models, the multi functional sleeve around the box, as well as what you’ll find inside. The set starts shipping from September 1. I’ll update...

LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3: 12 Bonus Models

The LEGO Group has just revealed the 12 official bonus models that you can build with the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 31313 set. They were designed by members of the LEGO MINDSTORMS Expert Panel, and they’re officially endorsed by LEGO. Some of them also appear on the EV3 packaging. I’ve grouped all 12 projects by category...
Possible configuration with one EV3 Brick with both EV3 and NXT accessories.

EV3 and NXT: Difference and Compatibility

Since the launch of LEGO MINDSTORMS in 1998, three generations of MINDSTORMS products have been on the market: 1998: LEGO MINDSTORMS (RCX) 2006: LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT 2013: LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Several LEGO sets have been released for each generation, but the Programmable Brick (Figure 1) is what makes each generation unique. Here’s an incomplete list...

Customizable Line Following Tracks that you can print yourself

Want to put your line following skills to the test? Whether you use LEGO MINDSTORMS, Arduino, or any other robotics platform, I’ve made it easy for you to do just that. You can now easily make your own line following tracks by just printing a set of standard tiles. It’s all free, so go ahead...

Tutorial: RobotC Bluetooth Examples

Bluetooth is a cool feature and it’s especially fun if you can make it work. That’s apparently a bit tricky, but it’s really not difficult if you’ve got a simple place to start. This page will show you two sets of programs that demonstrate the most basic Bluetooth example programs for two NXT with RobotC....

Tutorial: NXT Segway with NXT-G

This tutorial will show you how to use and modify a standard NXT-G program to create a working LEGO NXT Segway balancing robot that you can customize as you like. I am assuming you will use the ‘Anyway’ platform. Once everything is up and running, you’re free to customize this one and create your own Segway....
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