A few weeks ago, we took a look at how to build an indoor camper, with the aid of a Lego toy.
Lego was an awesome choice for that task because it’s easy to put together and the kit comes with everything you need for a full-sized house.
Now, Lego has launched a brand new camper with a lot of different parts to add to your Lego set.
Lego’s new campots are built with a modular platform that allows you to build them in any way you’d like.
Here’s how to make a modular camper for your next camping trip.
The modular campot The modular platform comes with a set of built-in electronics that you can wirelessly connect to your existing camp equipment to control the entire camper.
For the purposes of this tutorial, we’ll assume you already have a Lego camper set up with a few of its own parts already.
The Lego campets also have a built-ins battery, a built in charger, a power source for the battery, and a built In-Dash fan to keep the camper cool during the night.
The camper has a built and fully functional electric motor, so you can plug it in when you’re not camping.
If you’re camping with other Lego sets, the camps will also have built-In-Dash fans for fans to cool down during the day.
The batteries and charger are included with the campotted set.
There are two versions of the modular camperettes: The modular version comes with an electrical outlet, an electrical charger, and an LED flashlight that can light up when you turn on the light.
This modular camped is the most versatile camper we’ve seen so far.
It can also be used as a base for other Lego projects like this Lego model of the world’s first indoor camPER (an indoor version of the Lego model for people who like to watch movies outdoors).
To power the camped, it uses a 12-volt battery pack, which can charge up to 3.7 AA batteries and up to 15 AA batteries.
The built-on batteries are also included.
The module comes with two lights.
The red LED lights can be used to illuminate your room during the daytime, or the blue light can be an infrared signal to the camPER to warn you of the arrival of a visitor in your room.
The LED flashlight can be paired with an infrared sensor to alert you when a visitor enters your room and alert you of an impending intruder.
Both the built-ons and the LED flashlight have built in batteries.
Assembling the modular version The modular modules are assembled using a similar process to assembling any other Lego kit.
It’s basically a single set of components assembled in a few steps.
You’ll need a lot more components than a simple Lego set would allow, but the process is relatively straightforward.
There’s only one piece you’ll need for the modular module.
The base, or base-unit, of the camperette.
This piece is used to connect all the other parts of the kit together, including the electrical outlet.
You can use either a standard Lego base or a modular Lego base that comes with one of the modules included.
You need a 6.4 x 6.3-inch piece of clear plastic for the base unit, or you can use a clear plastic tube with a 1.6-inch hole.
This will allow you to easily fit a large LED light source.
You will also need a 4-inch square of clear cardboard, which is the base piece.
You don’t need to cut this piece out, as it’s not necessary.
To connect the base to the modular modules, you’ll also need to connect the LED light to the LED strip.
If the LED strips are not connected, the LED’s will turn on when you flip the campering over, which will alert you.
The assembled modular module is then placed on top of the base.
The modules are soldered together using a soldering iron and a wire, but you’ll have to be a bit creative if you want to do this yourself.
The wires are soldering holes, which make it easier to solder together different pieces of modular modules.
Once everything is connected, you can slide the modular unit over the base and attach the LED lights.
You should now have a modular modular campen.
The build process is essentially the same as assembling any Lego kit, but instead of using the soldering method to attach the modules to the base, you solder the modules together.
The final assembly is easy: Just slide the modules over the assembled base, and connect the wires to the LEDs.
The soldering process is not necessary, as the LEDs will turn red when the modules are connected to the modules.