dfs473

[MOC] SENNEBOGEN 683 R

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Well guys, its time for a new MOC :laugh:

My latest creation is a Sennebogen 683 R tracked and telescopic crane.

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It has 8 functions and 9 motors:

Functions

1M motor: left chain

1M motor: right chain

1M motor: extend chains

1M motor: rotating

2M motors: winch

1M motor: extend 3rd section

1XL motor: raise arm

1XL motor: extend 2nd section

Some photos:

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More photos you can find on Brickshelf and Flickr

And here is the video:

A action video comes very soon...

Hope you like it and please comment :blush:

Edited by dfs473

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Looks great! Pure Technic too with no unsightly system bricks. :classic:

I like your panel placement and overall design. The color scheme looks good too - well done!

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That is a really, really nice crane! You have some great functions, and I especially like your boom design.

Well done! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Great crane,I like the extending undercarrige.:thumbup:

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Nice crane! :thumbup: I like the extending undercarriage too.

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Pure Technic too with no unsightly system bricks.

How dare you say that :tongue::wink: .

Nice crane! the extending tracks drive well for being extendable. Can the crane pick up a load?

tim

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Nice crane. I like all the functions. Are 2 LAs required to raise the boom in the model? I think the Sennebogen 683R has a single large hydraulic cylinder if I recall from the product brochure.

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Thank you for your positive comments :sweet:

How dare you say that :tongue::wink: .

Can the crane pick up a load?

I will use this in the next video:

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@dr_spock

Yes you are right, but one LA would not have enough power to raise the boom with a load. There must exist long and strong LA´s, so that it looks and functions like the original, but they don´t exist except some selfmade non Lego LA´s like these. Also a selfmade aculator with a screw would be to big in revelation to the boom. :sceptic:

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The track extendion function is awesome! I rally like the shape of the boom and the overall functionality. Only thing bothering me is the placement of the battery box, its kind of out of place.

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hi!

you will put the instruction to build this beautiful machine? :)

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Nice crane. I like the way the boom extends very fast. Is it powered directly from a m-motor, or do you use any gearing down between?

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Nice crane. I like the way the boom extends very fast. Is it powered directly from a m-motor, or do you use any gearing down between?

The second boom is powered directly by the XL Motor. The third bomm is powered by the M Motor with a Transmission from a 20t up to a 12t gear.

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Now after some time I uploaded the actionvideo:

The LDD is in progress

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I think you could of done with some guide ropes.:tongue:

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This truly is an amazing crane with a great functions, reach and speed.

The safety officer wouldn't be to happy with no guide ropes attached to that bridge section' *oh2*

Brendan

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hi!

you will put the instruction to build this beautiful machine? :)

Sry for the delay :blush:

The LDD-file is here

Hope you enjoy it! :laugh:

Edited by dfs473

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Thanks for sharing your instruction's. :thumbup:

I am examining your crane as I speak. :grin:

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When I saw this for the first time, I did not wanted to bump into this older topic, but now I will take the oportunity to say how impressed I was.

I like the boom design and the track extension function is something I have never seen before. :thumbup:

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