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jaffrry

75337 FULL RC AT-TE™ Walking

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Hi everyone,

I just finished the Star Wars maneuver ATTE

is used...  

1 PU motor, 2 PF motors, 3 lights & BUWIZZ 3.0

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Wow, that's seriously impressive. I can't remember how they walk in the movies/TV series, but the motion looks phenomenal.

Is there a way of mounting the middle leg cranks a bit higher up? It might help to hide some of the gubbins underneath, as well as making it less likely to snap off by being more vertical.

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*huh* WHOA!!  That is unbelievable!  The pace and lumbering look of the walking action looks perfect!  I wonder if you gave the foot pads a bit of traction in the same manner of the 75313 design, the side shifting might be minimized.  I hope you find a good solution for the broken leg issue.  In the meantime, great work!

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Whoa nice. Are you able to make instructions for this? 
I built JBB version with full turning and I was probably the hardest Lego build I have ever done. It’s a bit fragile too so needs a lot of messing about to keep it walking nicely.

if there’s a mod available I would defo make this 

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23 hours ago, TeddytheSpoon said:

Wow, that's seriously impressive. I can't remember how they walk in the movies/TV series, but the motion looks phenomenal.

Is there a way of mounting the middle leg cranks a bit higher up? It might help to hide some of the gubbins underneath, as well as making it less likely to snap off by being more vertical.

 

20 hours ago, lowlead said:

*huh* WHOA!!  That is unbelievable!  The pace and lumbering look of the walking action looks perfect!  I wonder if you gave the foot pads a bit of traction in the same manner of the 75313 design, the side shifting might be minimized.  I hope you find a good solution for the broken leg issue.  In the meantime, great work!

Thanks for your reply.

I eliminated the 75019 design and used the 75337 design, which solved the problem.

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Well done, sir, well done! :moar:

You have perfected the walking function and the model looks GREAT!!  Can't really say that for 10178 - ugly walker if you ask me.

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This is awesome; my kids want to upgrade ours. Are instructions available for this? (And perhaps a parts list for the upgrade from 75337?)

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