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Hi everyone, I am pleased today to present you the latest changes to my Caterpillar Ct660: the most important being is that I managed to pass the frame with single propulsion from Ingmar (2legoornot2lego) to a 6x6 chassis! It took me a while to get there, but I ended up doing it by completely redesigning the rear axles. The second change is the addition of a dump bed, which was not at all clear but has been greatly facilitated by the new configuration of the rear axles. For my truck I was inspired by Ingmar's trucks and thanks to him because this is the first time I am able to keep one of my moc as long (for 9 months). Normally they stay nearly 3 to 4 months assembled! Functions Steering done by a servo-motor connected with two universal joints to the front axle; Propulsion: motor-XL> 12t / 20t-> 12t / 20t / differential; LA (tipper): m-motor-> 8t / 24t-> LA The bucket is operated by a switch hidden in a control panel: For the aesthetics of the dump I opted for something simple, that is to say, square edges. And visually, it goes well with the design of the truck. Here are more photos: Fo now I'm petty satisfied with the result of my truck Feel free to ask questions and give feedback. On this good day to all!
AWD MiniKart is my latest creation using three differentials. This is my first attempt at building an All-Wheel-Drive drivetrain, but it was worthwhile the effort. I wouldn't say this is a huge success, but it works well on perfectly smooth terrain. I do have a few ideas for a 4x4 vehicle now ;) It uses two Large Motors to drive the center differential which distribute the power to all four wheels, and the Medium Motor steers the Rack and Pinion setup. I also built a custom base stand for some video purposes; it's not hard to build and has good usages. Any more information you would like will be happily answered. Until NXT time… DamonMM2000 Please click to watch a detailed video on AWD MiniKart!