robert

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  • Birthday 07/04/69

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  1. I am indeed working with LPUB3d, sorry for mentioning LPUB where i meant LPUB3d.
  2. Hi, It's a bit of an old topic, however...this summer someone noticed that I build this model using the pictures and video posted bij Waler. And asked me if I could help recreating this very nice MOC. i took the challenge and rebuild the MOC again, this time using the build to improve my LDCad skills. Here's the result. Now I'm fighting LPUB to create instructions :-).
  3. I would really appreciate that. At the moment I am trying to create a Ldcad file based on the fotos you published.
  4. Yes, i remember the reform metrac. Stunning model, which i try to replicate (not easy though). This one looks promising too.
  5. [MOC] Telehandler

    That's very nice. My main purpose is to build this model. At the same time the mpd file provided excellent material to practice with lpub en MLCad. So that's what I did and I thought it was nice to share the mpd file.
  6. [MOC] Telehandler

    Hi, This is a beautifull model, from the first post I liked to build the model. So, thank you Lipko for providing the LXF and mpd files. I tried to build it using LDD, but got stuck. After that I decided to build this beauty using the mpd file and Lpub/MLCad. While building I improved the mpd file, making it possible to create pdf instructions (when finished building). I'm not finished yet, until now I build the chassis and the boom. I uploaded the " work in progress" mpd to my bricksafe. http://bricksafe.com/pages/RobertGeurts/lipkos-telehandler Again, thank you Lipko for providing the cad files. Cheerio, Robert
  7. Hi Dadaman, It's good to read that you're happy with the set. Cheers, "The seller"
  8. Hi Edwin, I visited LegoWorld today and i must say your ships are awesome. My kids, however, were more impressed by the huge GBC stand :-). Greetings from Delft. Robert
  9. Xerion

    Hi, do you have a link to the german forum? Thank you, Robert
  10. A very nice MOC. I finished building this truck last week, using the pictures and video I found on brickshelf and youtube. That was quite a challenge. In the process of building I made and lxf file from the chassis to help me "solving the puzzle" :-). Now I am trying to remake the model in MLCad, but I just began. Greetz, Robert
  11. Cool model! Also really nice to share instructions. I'm busy learning to master mlcad and lpub and I know this is a lot of work. And what a coincidence. I'm building your tipper truck at the moment using the lxf file and now the instructions (almost the same base truck, on my first impression) are available. The same happened to me with your swing loader. I finished the loader using the lxf file and then appeared the instructions. Guess this just means that I like your models so much that I don't want to wait for instructions :-). Cheers, Robert
  12. Wow! I love it. I'm really curious about the gearbox design. I almost finished a wheel loader with the same (I presume) principle, namely the possibility of reversing the functions through the gearbox. For me, this is what Lego Technic is all about. Cheers, Robert
  13. Really nice MOC. Actually I build your forklift last weekend. Found it on Rebrickable. My compliments for the instructions, they are really good. Cheers, Robert
  14. When a model is complex, building from just an lxf file is not easy. I build several complex models from lxf files. My method is to cut the model into several modules and thus reducing complexity. You'll find an example here. It's D3K's swingloader. As you can see I copied the model several times in LDD and then I delete all the parts that do not belong to the specific section I want to build. Good luck!