Lukes_Brick_Studio

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  1. WOW, this looks amazing. Gear work, you captured the iconic lines very well. Really cool, that you´ve managed to include a 8 speed gearbox in an 1:10 scaled car.
  2. Very nice looking car, excellent work. I really like how clean the bodywork looks.
  3. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thank you, I am very happy you like it.
  4. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks, for the compliment. I always like it, when I can encourage someone to built a Lego Technic model.
  5. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks, a lot :) I am very happy too, it would have been very bad if I didn´t find a good solution, because the contest ends today.
  6. 26. Technic Excavator Functions: Operate the shovel Operate the main boom Operate the second boom Tilting cabin adjustable track width The first four functions are controlled pneumatically, the last one is controlled per hand. Of course, the excavator is as detailed as possible, featuring a seat and two joysticks inside the cabin. Dimensions: W x L x H: 15 x 37 x 18 = 9990 cubic studs
  7. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks a lot for all comments :). After many attempts to squeeze the excavator into a box with just under 10.000 cubic studs, I decided to remove a part from the rear bumper. Fortunately I found a box in which the excavator fits. The dimensions are 37 x 15 x 18 = 9990 studs. Here is a photo:
  8. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Now the excavator has five functions, four of them are controlled by pneumatics. Operate the shovel Tilting Cabin Operate the main boom Operate the second boom adjustable track width Of course, the excavator is as detailed as possible, featuring a seat and two joysticks inside the cabin. Here are some more pictures. Here you can see the cabin. Here you can see, some pictures with the wider tracks. The pneumatic valves, are inside of the machinery room. The dimensions are 38 x 17 x 15 cubic studs. I hope you like it, comments and suggestions are always appreciated. Thanks, I am happy that you like it. Yes you are right, it´s important to respect the rules, but I am not completely sure about the pneumatic hoses, if the count like something brick built or not. If this should be problematic, than I will look up for a solution, maybe I will cut the hose, so it does not stick out anymore, but I will wait for that until a answer form Jim.
  9. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks, a lot. The idea is great, I will give it a try, but i hope that this the pneumatic hose isn´t problematic, this would make things much easier. The reason for that is that, there isn´t much time left...
  10. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Hello, it´s time for another update. I have just finished my excavator and have checked the size which is 17 x 15 x 38 = 9690 cubic studs. @Jim There is one pneumatic hose which sticks out of the frame, is this a problem ? More pictures and information will follow.
  11. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks a lot, actually I forgot to send some pictures with the wider tracks. Here are some: Here you can see the pneumatic valves integrated into the superstructure. The idea to use this part (#717089) is great I will buy two of these, Thanks :).
  12. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Hello, it´s time for another update. I have finished the main part of the bodywork and the arm, but i still need to fill some gaps and finish the pneumatic tubing. When the arm is folded in its smallest setting, the dimensions are 37x15x18=9990 studs. This is the cabin for my excavator, but it still needs a seat. Now I need to order some parts and add the pneumatic tubes. Comments, suggestions and questions are always appreciated.
  13. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks a lot :). I plan to create a video, when I finished the excavator. The limited space forced me to built this mechanism, which is quite special, but the best I came up with. Actually it can handle more weight, than I thought, so it will be enough for the superstructure. I hope that I find some free time at the weekend for building, so I can show you some new pictures.
  14. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [TC22] Technic Excavator

    Thanks a lot, it is definitely a good idea to build a tilting cabin too, I think this shouldn't be a problem.