Testing Lego Worm Gear HIGH TORQUE Performance

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Brick Experiment Channel : Thanks again for the feedback guys. A steel axle video will come.

Uncle Ned : Those poor axles!!

Akyer : skidaddle skidoodle your axle is now a noodle

Toboter XP : Can you break a standard 2x4 brick apart using only Lego Technic? Would be intersting to know.

Rozza : you need some metal axles let's be honest

lostme : Didn't try to lube two gearboxes in series. I am not satisfied.

un.garçon : It seems like the axles are the weakest points as they also twist in your other videos. Why not try to reinforce them somehow? I imagine two 24-gears could be connected using 4 axles for extra strength.

Kevin Becker : I love it. Have you thought about testing contraptions with counterweights or something with insanely high ratios? :D

jake : at this point we know the axles are the weak point. why not get some steel axles and really push the limits.

Leonox : The sounds of the bricks snapping together º-º so satisfying

inashaulk : Yo dawg, I heard you like gearboxes

Forssa1 : Lets see pneumatic stress test next.

EllipticGeometry : This channel is so torturous. And yeah, worm drives are horribly inefficient. That is precisely why the output can’t drive the input. That can be an advantage, plus they’re compact. But if you want more power, avoid them.

Sc S : Black worms are longer and stronger

TacticalMoonstone : Ran your stats through a 1-tailed t-test (which admittedly didn't have enough data for a definitive test), and there isn't enough evidence to suggest that black worms are stronger than gray worms (P-val 69.8%).

Zex Maxwell : I hope my YouTube premium money goes to you to replace those rods.

Nico71's Lego Technic Creations : Worm gear has about 30% of efficiency regarding standard transmission that is why there are not used in trial truck for instance. Interesting experiment about the silicone grease !

Cargo Crusader : may you should get metal axels so they last longer. people do sell metal axels

NoiseBomb : You’re a hero my friend! Thanks for breaking your lego so i can keep mine intact!

Mateusz Raś : You deserve more subscribers

KoliKoliKole : i love your videos. please upload more

Егор Вильгельм : It is dangerous for motor?

Sir Hoodie : 4:00 He went to far.

Tepa racing : Tällä kertaa ilman rypsiöljyy😂

James Carron : A quick note: a rigorous statistical analysis of black vs grey swirls can be done based on your data! The null hypothesis (or status quo) would be that they are equal, and the alternative hypothesis may be that the black ones are better. The underlying model might be that the two swirls come from normal distributions with certain means which may be different (and for simplicitly, equal variances, although you can change this assumption). FInally, you could just calculate the probability of your results given that the two swirls have equal mean tolerances, and infer a conclusion about the null hypothesis from there!

parazels83 : Wow, looks like I always underappreciated the regular gears!

Henri Tuhola : It's obvious those axles are preventing you from going higher with this one. One rod can just handle the 350N/mm and that's it. Each rod you add gives you that amount of pull, so you should reach 70kg with two rods, and so on...

J3n555 : This has more torque than my honda

Ehmm Fortnite : Why is it so satisfying to watch and hear the lego be placed....

Евген Сиренко : плохо что я не знаю англиский

NULLOBANDITO : I think the main problem here seems to be friction on the worm gears, maybe try oiling them a bit and test again ;)

김성윤 : Someone get this guy a metal axles

Ainan Kashif : I'm just wondering where did you get all of these lego technic pieces from?

PsychoBelka : A minute of silence for the fallen axles...

Nexarius : Next time you have to use metal axels 😂

Belias Phyre : Wait, were the spur gears deforming the output shaft that much at the same ratios? Something's not making sense.

Spin Clips : I can feel that *TORQUE*

Po prostu! : Great, Kurwa!

Conrad Andrew : This stuff is insane. Using toy gears and motors, you could lift a small child! The power of mathematics. I love your videos man!

DragonTechRoyale4k : 720p is low resolution

Sack TV : Love your vids, keep up.

President Saad : Awesame video

puking emoji : Is your m motor modified?

M Λ M B Λ C U R I Λ L : more T O R K

Coflorin vaimo : Puhu joskus enkkua ja hyvä kanava tykkään.

thumb nail : Denmark would be proud

Sion : 5:19 *Why is the difference in lifted weight so large when the gear ratio is almost the same?* (Don't say: "because the efficiency is lower", that means nothing because the efficiency is calculated from the lift & gear ratio) I think it has something to do with the radius of the worm-gear, it's veery small compared to for example a 40 tooth gear, and this difference in "leverage length" makes the difference?

kammarat serqui : tunnekku nyt kun pirkka paljasti kansallisuuden ni puolet kommenteista on suomeks eikä muiden maiden asukit ymmärrä paskaakaa kommenteista xd

BarbaPapa * : Wow,. Awesome test,. Great job greetings from the Dutch lego fanclub,. Thumbs up👍🏼

Giacomo Borghi : try to use lego motor as a dinamo i'm arrive to 30V in output