The LEGO Technic Idea Book Complete Set

LEGO Technic Idea Book Complete Set
The LEGO Technic Idea Book: Simple Machines
The LEGO Technic Idea Book: Wheeled Wonders
The LEGO Technic Idea Book: Fantastic Contraptions
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The LEGO Technic Idea Books offer hundreds of color photos of the author's original, Technic-based creations. Each volume in this series is full-color, with text only at the beginning of each book. Rather than tell you what to think, you're encouraged to use your imagination as you pick apart each model just as you would any work of art.

The LEGO Technic Idea Books are for anyone who wants to create a moving masterpiece with LEGO Technic, whether that's a simple machine, a kinetic sculpture, or a LEGO MINDSTORMS robot. These titles can also be used to demonstrate how machines work and to experience the fun of mechanics.

You'll get the entire collection, which includes:

Check Out Some "Wheeled Wonders" in Action!

About the Author

Yoshihito Isogawa is a LEGO luminary with 42 years of building experience. He began writing computer manuals while at the Tokyo University of Science and founded Isogawa Studio, Inc. soon after. He has twice won the grand prize in the Japan Manual Contest held by the Japan Technical Communicators Association and he has won outstanding performance awards many times. He currently lives in Tokyo. Visit his YouTube channel at

Praise for The LEGO Technic Idea Book series

"I can emphatically state that no self-respecting LEGO fan should exclude this series from their library."
Bricks in my Pocket (Read More)

"These are an invaluable set of books to have as a reference to build mechanisms."
BrickJournal (Read More)

"These are excellent books showing a lot of great ideas for LEGO mechanisms. Even if you're an experienced builder, there are surely some ideas in here you've never seen."
Brickpile (Read More)

"For those new to Technic building, the Simple Machines book is indispensable."
The NXT STEP Blog (Read More)

"These books look fantastic."
Boing Boing (Read More)

"For anyone who loves Lego, prototypes in Lego, or loves mechanical assemblies, these books are definitely required viewing, and we're not sure how we lived without them for so long."
Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories (Read More)

"My whole family thoroughly enjoyed the books. If you're a Lego fanatic, you'll love them too."
The Father Life (Read More)

"What I like about these cool little models is that they can be used to teach various science concepts such as gearing, Newton's Laws, and Potential & Kinetic energy—to name a few."
The Robotic Realm (Read More)

"I have to admit—I knew you could do a lot with Legos but after reviewing these books—the possibilities simply amaze me."
My Springfield Mommy (Read More)