Paul Klop

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  1. Very nice build! The details without the 'normal' bricks are absolutely amazing! And it's so strong
  2. Hi everyone, First, I know that this topic is very old, but I wanted to do one last update. After a busy year the technical details video is done. And if you are interested, the building instruction is available for a small price (for backing upcoming projects ) at my website. Hope you don't see this update as spam, have a nice day and happy building!
  3. Wow! This thing is just amazing . You did an amazing job building this potato harvester. Thanks for sharing and explained details.
  4. Very cool creation! I usally don't like 'old' cars but this one is very recognisable. I looks very good with the red accent color.
  5. As I said, I went in September tot Agrifac located in Steenwijk (The Netherlands) . The video was delayed because I was busy with school and because Agrifac wanted to see it first. This morning I uploaded it on YouTube and here it is... Enjoy! (if you don't want to see the 'factory stuff' skip to 1:24) Also, me and my father wanted some photo's from above. And with some photo-editing this is it...
  6. That normal mower (0:48 in the video) I think would be very cool! You can use the front PTO for the mower and you need to build some sort of tube (don't know exactly how ) connected to the container on the back. But you can also design something yourshelf
  7. Looks like a very cool project! (+1 following) How many attachments are you going to make?
  8. Looks very cool! You did a nice job, but a simple question. What are the dimensions?
  9. Paul Klop

    Farming tractor

    Looks good! I love that you used this to learn your son the basic principles . ope he will build something like this himself
  10. You are true, this is what I said in an earlier post: 2 studs more is not so much, but because my ground clearance (compared to the real one) is too low it distorts the image Thanks for calling it a 'masterpiece' @I_Igor
  11. Okay, but that's pretty difficult because I break it down while I'm making the instructions. So if I make instructions, they will be the wrong way around.
  12. Try to make a stop block so it cannot tilt to much.. Hope that helps
  13. Thanks! I searched for blue render, but i think you can only make a render image and not instructions with it. Is it easy to make instructions (with LPub3D) out of stud.io or do you also need to change every step because it's not logical (like with LDD)?
  14. Hello everyone! As you probably understood, I went to Agrifac with my Lego Agrifac Condor. I made some photos and a video, but the video needs to be reviewed by Agrifac so I can't post it right now. I hope you appreciate this. Currently I'm making a LDD file, and I want to make instructions. Is there a fast way to do this or can I just better sell/share the LDD file?