Kit Fisto

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  1. The reason for this very qty is simple: we have a retailer in Moscow LIKE official LEGO-store, but it`s not LEGO-store.They have this set in stock for 60000 RUB which is equal to 874EUR(prices are usually higher here).As a result, these sets are sitting on shelves and you can come and buy as much as you want.That`s why he has 6 of them.
  2. [MOC] Hide and escape

    Actually I was thinking of ISD in this scale while building this part, but I can hardly imagine an amount of parts needed for that...It`s longer then any official modular building! But may be some day, who knows As for the dish, I wish it was available as separate part :(
  3. [MOC] Hide and escape

    Thanks for the kind comments, guys!I glad you like the greebling, this MOC was like a 4-day marathon before the deadline Ellisss_2 I don`t think that the other side of the bridge is needed, because this scene is complete as it is.In the movie you can clearly see 1 side of the bridge, that was my goal :) Littlewords & Leonardo da Bricki Not sure that changing the design of falcon is possible, cause it has qute complex inner structure that was needed to recreate a hyperdrive engine.I wish there was some printed dish with falcon design, but there is only 8 x 8 one...
  4. [MOC] Hide and escape

    Hi guys! Today I want to share with you a MOC that I built for the contest on TBB. It`s one of my favourite scenes from all SW saga.While being a child, I was really scare of this scene cause the scale of ISD is terrific.Just imagine how large must be ISD in the scale of minifigure...And this MOC alone, being built in mini/micro scale is longer then 32-studs Baseplate! I don`t think I have something more to add; Hope you like it!I really enjoyed this build, thanks TBB for the great contest! Hide and Escape by Qeet2k9, on Flickr Hide and Escape by Qeet2k9, on Flickr falcon by Qeet2k9, on Flickr falcon by Qeet2k9, on Flickr
  5. YT-Andromeda

    The container on the side appeared after I realised it has to be a frighter in some way But I really love this solution myself
  6. YT-Andromeda

    Thanks all for the nice comments!Glad you guys like it
  7. YT-Andromeda

    Hi all! Here is my entry for the contest on Rebrick Andromeda express freighter was developed to deliver extremely important objects as fast as possible. While being a freighter spaceship, it still has a lot of heavy weapon on board, such as homing missile, 4 laser cannons, 1 twin laser gun to defend the cargo from possible attackers. The freighter was inspired by the designs of 2 iconic spaceships from the Star Wars Universe: Tantive 4(the color scheme and engines)and Millenium Falcon(mainly the shape). Hope you like it! YT-Andromeda by Qeet2k9, on Flickr YT-Andromeda by Qeet2k9, on Flickr YT-Andromeda by Qeet2k9, on Flickr YT-Andromeda by Qeet2k9, on Flickr YT-Andromeda by Qeet2k9, on Flickr
  8. [MOC] Liebherr R 926 Compact Litronic

    Yes, if it works, it`ll hold both upper and lower slopes and won`t touch the gear.So, the half-pins are not needed(1 x 1 plates are connected via bar 4l, going from the top to the bottom of the black bracket part).
  9. [MOC] Liebherr R 926 Compact Litronic

    Replace black 1 x 2 plates with this: Then use this(4L): I think it`ll allow the gear to spin freely, but not 100% sure
  10. +1 to the previous question! What do I have to aim for: something like TV-show battle bots, or absolutely anything, that can be described as battle bot/robot?Will something animal-like, for example, scorpion-walker design fit the contest rules?
  11. As for the clutch I mentioned in my previous post, it`s very reliable.
  12. Take this part (2983 BL): And add this: Insert the stud in the pulley and you have a really great clutch(Original idea by ZED Very cool progress, btw :)
  13. My prize has just arrived :) And I`ve already sorted parts for Didumos69`s fix
  14. Well, I have seen some mocs that use pneumatic valves with 2 ends, but only one of them is connected to the air.Just like this great crane from Makorol: So, what`s the secret of such systems?
  15. Well, I`ve recently got that part. The problem is that it`s working only in one direction( In OR out movement of cylinder). Changing the postition of the switch doesn`t make the valve to move in(while the pump is in action, ofc) Is it the case pneumatic brick is broken or am I missing something?