Yes / No Sculpture




A fancy mechanical Kinetic sculpture inspired by an wood sculpture which displays alternatively Yes or No.

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Name Yes / No Sculpture
Designer Nico71
Designed 2014
Inventory 768 parts
Theme Technic


  • 4 months, 1 week ago Jallington59 Level 8
    Hi Nico,
    Just finished the build but I have 3 questions.
    1) Step 12 of the initial build.  You show two Dark Blueish grey axles with stops sticking up from the light grey rectangular base.
    The axle on the right seems to be coming out of a hole that does not exist.  Can you advise how you meant that to be attached?
    2) The switch arm assembly does not attach firmly to the base, so when I press the lever, it comes apart.  Do you use an adhesive on this or is there another fix you recommend?
    3) I couldn't find where to attache the motorized arm to the set in order to make it work.  Do you have directions on how to do the hook ups?
    Thank you.
    • 4 months, 1 week ago Nico71 Level 20 Designed this MOC DESIGNER
      1/ This is an error, you have to replace one 87083 (4L axle with stop) by a 24316 (3L axle with stop ) or a regular 3L axle (on the page 4 on the free instructions), it will be connected by the liftarm placed at the page 4 step 13.
      2/ No problem for me on mine but it is a long time ago (no longer built). The arm is connected to two frictions pins on a connector so it would not be taken apart except if you have use a hard spring instead of a soft one. you can use string or tape if you want. I do not use it.
      3/page 18 step 29, you can see how to attach. there is the axle with the spring, with a grey connector which is attach by a 3L with stop axle on the arm. (you can see also on the DSCF5126.JPG image in the free instructions). 
      The second arm is attached page 21 step 31 with the grey arm you build on this step. (you can see also on the DSCF5126.JPG image in the free instructions)
      This model is equipped partially with friction pin on the inverting arm, so if you find that the functioning is too hard, you can replace by frictionless pin, but it will be less smooth. I think it helps.
      • 4 months, 1 week ago Jallington59 Level 8
        Thank you for the quick reply.  I'm not able to find "free directions" just the ones that I bought.  
        1) got it.  I will use a 3L and put the stop between the two liftarms
        2) The part that won't stick is 61929 the electronic switch.  The base won't fasten to the pegs below. 
        3) Thank you!  I also see your video shows the connections very clearly.
        • 4 months, 1 week ago Nico71 Level 20 Designed this MOC DESIGNER
          2/this is strange, there is no reason that the switch can be attached to the brick underneath, maybe a worm parts.
  • 4 months, 2 weeks ago Jallington59 Level 8
    Hi.  Can't wait to build, but I am a little confused about the parts needed.  The inventory here on Rebrickable is missing at least two pieces that appear in the instructions:
    Page 2, step 7 calls for a Spring that isn't in the inventory. And step 9 calls for an odd brick that looks like the end piece from an electronics part.
    These pieces DO show up on the last page of the instructions but without part numbers.  Can you provide those?
    • 4 months, 2 weeks ago Nico71 Level 20 Designed this MOC DESIGNER
      Hello, I have added the mixing spring, which is the spring of a shock absorbers that you have to dismantle. The second strange brick is in fact the end connector of the power function motor, because this is an old instructions and the wire is not represented (only the motor and end connector). The rebrickable Bom is updated. Fell free to comment if you find more error, many thanks !
  • 2 years, 2 months ago LegoOri Level 29 MOC Designer PRO
    My jaw literally dropped when I saw this!
  • 2 years, 4 months ago Legonary Level 15 MOC Designer
    Great mechanism and idea, love this!
  • 2 years, 11 months ago fish75 Level 12
    Great. I always like things like that that appear differently from different angles.
  • 4 years, 12 months ago futuresorange Level 10
    i'll echo the previous comment. - very creative indeed! Fantastic!
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