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Hi! I’m glad to show my new model. It is Grinder from Red Alert 3: Uprising computer game.

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Dimensions: 77 x 34 x 23 cm, weight – 4,5 kg.

The Grinder has three S-bricks and ten motors:

- Six L-motors for drive

- M-motor for steering (articulated chassis)

- M-motor for gearbox (two stages: high 1:1 and low 1:3)

- M-motor for boom lifting

- XL-motor for cutter

Watch the funny video to see the model in action :)

More photos:

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Flickr album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/141718063@N06/albums/72157689870626903

Thanks for watching!

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That is one big beast! Looks really dangerous ;-) Are the wheels also ran by motors or just the tracks? Big sprocket wheels are definetly on "to buy" list.

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I played C&C 3, but i can't remember this unit.

Is this from an expansion?

Nice build, looks like a real beast.

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Thanks!

On 2/21/2019 at 6:45 PM, MajklSpajkl said:

Are the wheels also ran by motors or just the tracks?

I planned to drive the wheels too, but gearbox seemed to be too complex in this case. So only tracks are driven.

8 hours ago, captainmib said:

Is this from an expansion?

Yes, it is additional unit.

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Certainly one-of a kind vehicle and amazing video as always. The "camouflage" seems pefect for The Lego Movie XD

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In my chilhood I was I fan of Command & Conquer Red Alert/Red Alert 2, but third part went past me.

AS usual great & complex MOC!

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Wow. That video was delightfully entertaining. I used to love red alert - a staple of the 90s. Great recreation !

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Thanks :)

17 hours ago, Lox Lego said:

Wow. That video was delightfully entertaining. I used to love red alert - a staple of the 90s. Great recreation !

 

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