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  1. Hi All, I know, I have unfinished projects enough (published here too), but time for another long-term build. I was lucky enough to find great deal on pneumatic cylinders, and finally I own Claas tires too, these caused to raise the Skidder-particle ppm in my haemodinamics. This is a very old plan of me, basically since I got back from my dark-age with the 8265 in 2009. So this is the plan: I will not build a specific model, but a generous one (610/620/630/632 mixed style), because I am not that much interested in specific models - simply: I love them all (and beside that I am afraid of @M_longer's justifiable criticism ). Finally I found a working design for the grapple with nice range of movement. It has virtual pivot points, and floating cylinder (this is already differs from real-life counterparts), but I wanted to use 1 cylinder only due to tubing - which should be nicely hidden in the boom panels. Some might be not a fan of the Bionicle parts, but I find them right here, and they tend to close properly due the lucky combination of build slack and their pointy-thin design (I might figure out an offset for them, but wasn't successful yet). I made a pure Technic version too, in case. This is how it looks so far (partly built in bricks too - waiting for parts), with Power Puller tires in the model for the scale: Still a very long trip ahead, and I am not fast on building, but I feel passionate, which is a promising sign I guess. Special thanks to: @Lipko for inspiration and for the pneumatic parts in LDD from his majestic Backhoe, @nikolyakov for the beautifully purpose designed and inspiring TC10 entry, @BrickbyBrickTechnic for his 42054 C-model as final motivation, and for Bricklink to make it feasible to emptying my wallet... Every suggestion, criticism for improvement is welcome.
  2. LegoMathijs

    Komatsu Forest America layout

    Komatsu Forest layout in American style. I've built this layout last year. Built in minifig scale (1:45). Contains a Komatsu PC210LL-10 forestry excavator, PC240LL-10 log loader. Both of them have several functions from the real machines. The layout also contains a Peterbilt 389 Classic with custom Manac forestry trailer. Pictures: 01_Komatsu_layout by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 02_Komatsu_PC240LL-10 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 04_Komatsu_PC210LL-10 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 05_Peterbilt_389_classic_with_custom_Manac_forestry_trailer by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 01_Komatsu_PC240LL-10 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 08_overview_functions by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 01_Komatsu_PC210LL-10 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 09_Komatsu_PC210LL-10_functions_overview by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr I've made a selection of picturs which I've posted. More pictures on my Flickr page: I hope you like it :)
  3. Hi folks, some days ago I finished a new MOC. It's a forestry wagon, those are/were often used by lumbermen here in southern Germany. The lumbermen took their breaks in... The wagon itself is mostly classic build but fits the Unimog quite well - I think ;) Some pictures: And a small video.... Hope you like it, have fun...
  4. Here is the progress so far on my TC9 entry, at least the A model: The A model is log skidder with articulated steering, a movable arm, and a closing/opening claw. I do not know what I will do for the B model, but probably something else with articulated steering, because I don't have many steering elements incorporated into the A model. The arm is controlled with the middle knob, the steering with the knob on the corner, and the claw with the gear attached to it. Here are a few more pictures:
  5. Hi, My main LEGO project of 2015: a KOMATSU forest layout with two forestry machines of KOMATSU forest. Both built in the Model Team style. The layout contains the KOMATSU 951 harvester, one of the newest and largest harvester of KOMATSU Forest, and the KOMATSU 895 forwarder, the largest forwarder of KOMATSU Forest.. Both built in a small scale and with several functions from the real machines. I've posted both a few months ago in the Technic forum. Pictures of the layout: Overview picture: 01_KOMATSU_Forest_layout by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Overview picture backside of the forest: 11_KOMATSU_Forest_layout by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr KOMATSU 895 forwarder: 02_KOMATSU_895 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 10_KOMATSU_895 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr KOMATSU 951 harvester: 07_KOMATSU_951 by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 09_KOMATSU_951_front_view by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr fore more pictures of the forest layout my Flickr page: And two pictures which shows the functions of the machines: 15_overview_functions by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 25_KOMATSU_895_overview_functions by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr For more pictures of the machines see my Flickr page: I hope you like my KOMATSU Forest layout