designer-han

MOC Container Truck with Cable-System

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Time flies when designing new MOCs; it took 2 years to design this MOC and creating instructions. In total 6.012 parts are used. The building process is described in 938 pages.

The Container Truck is full remote controlled (6 functions) with Power Functions or Sbrick modules.

Remote functions are: driving, steering (both front axles), cabin tilt, front Power-Take-Off (PTO), container platform tilt, cable winches.

At the rear-side a PTO is available as well; directly connected to the drive-train.

 

An additional trailer is available as well; to carry a 2nd container. Fun part is to load/unload the container from the truck on the trailer.

When Winter Times do come in, the truck can be equiped with a Snow Plow (connected to the front PTO) and a Salt-spreader unit (connected to the rear PTO).

 

But there's more to tell; so I would suggest check my site http://www.designer-han.nl/lego for cut-away renders and other 'cool stuff' in this model.

Talking about renders: A special thank you for Blakbird for creating these renders: they are magnificent and unbeatable!

Video is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOgOBEZTL94&feature=youtu.be

 

For those living in the NL, the model will be shown on LEGOworld2019 in Utrecht.

Enjoy your autumn and winter time to build what you have on your wishlist!

 

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Wow.  Beautiful design.  Works very well and the PTO, varieties of attachments and configurations just show the thought put into this wonderful MOC.  Thank you for sharing. 

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This is awesome! Good job

i see how it took you 2 years, I don't build technic so it would have easily taken me 7 years lol

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You, sir, are responsible for my jaw plummeting to the floor and shattering into a million worthless pieces.

Easily one of the most captivating trucks I've ever seen - it's beautiful but husky at the same time. Hats off and jaws down (off) to you :wub:

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8 hours ago, designer-han said:

 

For those living in the NL, the model will be shown on LEGOworld2019 in Utrecht.

Cool, I will see it IRL.

Very nice design sir!

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Great design, no doubt.... but its just a render, lego is plastic bricks. A physical toy. I do love the design, but... i like real lego, this is virtual lego... Just a personal thing i guess.

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Welcome back Han,

Great truck (again) :thumbup:

I really like PF and fake engine combo.

3 hours ago, TeamThrifty said:

Great design, no doubt.... but its just a render, lego is plastic bricks. A physical toy. I do love the design, but... i like real lego, this is virtual lego... Just a personal thing i guess.

If I'm not mistaking, real one can be seen here

http://www.designer-han.nl/lego/

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23 minutes ago, TeamThrifty said:

Great design, no doubt.... but its just a render, lego is plastic bricks. A physical toy. I do love the design, but... i like real lego, this is virtual lego... Just a personal thing i guess.

Valid point of course. As requested :laugh:

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1 minute ago, curakar said:

Cant wait to build this truck!!!  any part list available ?

Yes, on my website in Excel, Xml and pictures.

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Very impressive *huh*! Good to see you in action again, no matter how fast time is flying - for me You were pointing the way by your style and this sort of professionalism ever since I can remember :thumbup::thumbup:. Love all the details by which one can judge the passion and the tremendous amount of work put into this creation. The universal truck base probably could serve for many modification options like an Unimog - I´d love to have a lovely simple tipping bed on it.

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Glad to see you back with another impressive creation. I like the fact that you have added accessories such as the winter kit. I have bought the instructions immediately and look forward to walk through them. Have a great time in Utrecht!

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17 hours ago, I_Igor said:

If I'm not mistaking, real one can be seen here

http://www.designer-han.nl/lego/

 

16 hours ago, designer-han said:

Valid point of course. As requested :laugh:

Thank you both!! Now that gets me smiling - its a 1000% better in the flesh. I said i loved the design, and the real thing shows it to perfection! (why post renders when the real thing is soooo much better! :roflmao:) Maybe i'm just old school by not enjoying the electronic version of lego...!

Image format aside, it truly is a great moc!!

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16 hours ago, designer-han said:

Yes, on my website in Excel, Xml and pictures.

Can you explain me why your web saite is only working on internet explorer? All outher Moc plans are visible for buying the instructions but  the Cable _ System truck does not have any files?

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Very nice truck Han, and nice to see you again! The front and rear PTOs are a great addition. The only drawback (for me) I see is the range of motion of the container base. In real trucks (I have only seen US rolloff trucks with this system) it goes higher so that the end of the container base is nearly touching the ground. This way, the winchs don't have to lift the container which is guided by the base. But maybe I am wrong about this configuration.

Anyway, great job!

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3 hours ago, TeamThrifty said:

Maybe i'm just old school by not enjoying the electronic version of lego...!

That makes two of us

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1 hour ago, grego18f said:

Very nice truck Han, and nice to see you again! The front and rear PTOs are a great addition. The only drawback (for me) I see is the range of motion of the container base. In real trucks (I have only seen US rolloff trucks with this system) it goes higher so that the end of the container base is nearly touching the ground. This way, the winchs don't have to lift the container which is guided by the base. But maybe I am wrong about this configuration.

Anyway, great job!

Your fully righty abou this..... It is just that I finished this model with the regular LA's.... and guess what, LEGO releases the new LA's with a longer stroke this 2nd 2019. Wished I had them last year. But the regular LA's work fine, and I did not want to wait another year for modifing the Truck.

4 hours ago, curakar said:

Can you explain me why your web saite is only working on internet explorer? All outher Moc plans are visible for buying the instructions but  the Cable _ System truck does not have any files?

Don't understand the question. My website works with the top browsers out there. Instructions can be bought via my website that redirects you to Sellfy.com. The truck is not published at Rebrickable due to their changed policies for publication irw cross selling.

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