Cary Clark / FAQ / Castle / construction |
Im building a large castle. How can I provide access to the interior?
From Stuart Curtis: !
If the castles occupants move around, Id combine the first two options, and hinge the rear wall. If the castle is more for show, Id stick with the third option.
From Eric Kingsley: !
Technic beams and pins are useful to hold open sections of the castle together, forming a solid closed-wall structure.
From Paul Davidson: !
If you go with a hinged structure, you end up with two castles: a 360-degree viewable castle for display (in unopened position), and a double-big cut-away castle to show off the interior.
From Rick Kurtzuba: !
Instead of simply having the floor nestled between supports or held in place with Technic pins, I make the walls of the floor uneven on the bottom, with the ceiling of the floor below it (topped with tiles) shaped the same way. The removable floor fits onto the larger structure like a puzzle piece snapping into place. Since theres no peg to hole construction, the room slips off on easily.
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