Chilekesh

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  1. Chilekesh

    MOD - 42024 Container Truck Full RC

    Yeah, it is a very tight fit, and no room to hide the receivers and battery, short of gutting the driver's cabin, which I did not want to do. I tried to make them less of an annoyance with colors and tiles, and this is the best I could do. Of course I'm open to suggestions for improvement.
  2. Hi everyone, Here's my modification of Lego Technic 42024 Container Truck set. In addition to original functions (steering, outriggers and container lifting) it has: - 6x4 driving, - 90° tilting of the driver's cabin, - Working & tilting steering wheel, - Fake V8 engine (working), - Led lights, and is completely remote controlled. I used: - 1 L-motor for 6x4 driving - 1 Servo motor for steering - 1 M-motor for outriggers - 1 M-motor for lifting the container - 1 M-motor for tilting the cabin - 1 rechargeable battery box - 3 IR receivers - 1 set of led lights - 1 x 20 cm extension cable Bricksafe: http://bricksafe.com/pages/Chilekesh/42024-rc (*.lxf file can be found here). Rebrickable: http://rebrickable.com/mocs/Chilekesh/42024-container-truck-motorized-rc Any suggestions on improvements are very welcome. Cheers and happy building!
  3. Hi everyone, Here's my modification of 8416, fully motorized and remote controlled. An additional function is the working & tilting steering wheel. The PF elements used are: - 1 M-motor for driving - 1 Servo motor for steering - 1 M-motor for lifting - 1 M-motor for tilting the lifting assembly. - 2 IR receivers - 1 Rechargeable battery box Rebrickable: http://rebrickable.com/mocs/Chilekesh/8416-fork-lift-motorized-rc Bricksafe: http://bricksafe.com/pages/Chilekesh/8416-motorized (*.lxf file can be downloaded here). Any suggestions on improvements are very welcome. Happy building!
  4. Chilekesh

    Slithy Toves Kinetic Sculpture

    Mesmerizing. Great MOC, really.
  5. Hi, Here's my modification of 42008 Service Truck set, fully motorized and remote controlled. I decided to keep the original functions (including pneumatics) exactly as they are while adding some extra features as well. The additional functions are driving, tilting of the driver's cabin, headlights, steering and working-tilting steering wheel. I tried my best to keep the original looks (with some visual improvements though) and made the structure as rigid as possible. The PF elements used are: - 1 L-motor for 8x4 driving (with single, shared differential) - 1 M-motor for steering - 1 M-motor for tilting the cabin - 1 M-motor for functions (included in the original set) - 4 M-motors for switches - 2 for pneumatic switches and 2 for mechanical switches - 4 IR receivers - 1 Rechargeable battery box - 1 Led light set, - 2 x 20 cm extension cables, one for the large motor and one for the battery box. Rebrickable: http://rebrickable.com/mocs/Chilekesh/42008-service-truck-full-rc Bricksafe: http://bricksafe.com/pages/Chilekesh/42008-rc (*.lxf file can be downloaded here) Any suggestions on improvements are very welcome. Cheers and happy building!
  6. I see, thanks for the information. :)
  7. Another thing: Studs still don't connect to technic holes.
  8. Another good news: the 50 cm extension cable now works as a 2-piece element... But the 20 cm version is still not there, which is not so important I guess. Some nice new parts, but many of the old issues are still not resolved, which is kind of puzzling. Like the cable of steering servo, cable of large motor. Also, long time missing crucial elements like PF lights, pneumatic pumps etc are still not added, which makes me doubt if they'll ever be.
  9. True, but I made the video for people that do not have MLCad / LDCad and LDraw installed and do not want to mess with them for whatever reason. Also, exporting to LDraw format always messes up some pieces in my experience. Making a template file and storing various lengths of rods has come in much more handier for me.
  10. Yeah, I see now... Sorry. Still, the video explanation may come in handy for less experienced users. :)
  11. Hi everyone, I searched a lot and was surprised nobody has addressed the issue of extending and retracting the actuators in Lego Digital Designer OR I was unable to find it - be it through searching here, google, youtube or any other means. So I discovered a little trick to do this. If it already exists here in these forums, then I'm really sorry and please accept my apologies. The trick involves exporting the file to *.lxfml and editing the coordinates of sub-components of actuators manually with text editor and is easily doable by anyone without the need for expertise or special tools etc. Below is my video of this:
  12. 8295 Telescopic Handler (A-Model), Theme: Technic, Year: 2008 Brickset Rebrickable Bricklink LXF File - LDD version 4.3.9 brick version 2075 Errors: - Stickers are missing. - Substituted 76302 instead of 75c10. - Substituted 60676 instead of 75c11.
  13. 8835 - Fork-lift [A-Model], Theme: Technic, Year: 1989 Brickset Rebrickable Bricklink LXF File - LDD version 4.3.9 brick version 2075 Errors: - Custom substitute for 4261. - Custom substitute for 4442. - 32063 used instead of 4262. - 32123 used instead of 4265. 8835 - Fork-lift [b-Model: Plower], Theme: Technic, Year: 1989 Brickset Rebrickable Bricklink LXF File - LDD version 4.3.9 brick version 2075 Errors: - Custom substitute for 4261. - Custom substitute for 4442. - 32063 used instead of 4262. - 32123 used instead of 4265.
  14. 8416 Fork-Lift, Theme: Technic, Year: 2005 [Brickset] [Rebrickable] [Bricklink] LXF File - LDD version 4.3.9 brick version 2075 Errors: - Strings are missing. - Tyres are missing, I used the closest ones instead (61480). - Used 3L universal joints and axle-6 instead of 4L (non-existent) and axle-4. - Had to make this change at the front bottom because the LDD was not accepting them due to a (non-existent) collision. * My first post, please accept my apologies for any mistakes. Cheers :)