I got some feed-back on my last post with “building instructions” for Agilis. My friend Kirk wondered why I didn’t make proper instructions. He was not impressed by my lame excuses about odd angles or illegal builds and showed me things could be done. He was right, it was about time for me to master some Lego CAD tools. I choose to use LDraw and MLCad for the job. My fears for a steep learning curve proved wrong. The manual is quite good and I was up and running within an hour. The hardest thing to learn was the discipline to work precise immediately. One cannot build a sketch at first and then improve the model. Well, technically you can, but you shouldn’t as every brick you move triggers a chain of new moves that need to be made.

It was fun to create proper building instructions for Agilis. Along the way I also improved the gearbox as was suggested by another reader of my blog, Thimoty. You can freely download the instructions. I do appreciate constructive feedback. This is my first and I am sure there is room for improvement.

Download the building instructions for Agilis