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Hello everyone, let’s me introduce my latest MOC: All terrain with 12 WD Liebherr LTM 1350 6.1. Mobile Crane informations: Weight： only mobile crane: 9480g + 1550g Speed：11cm/s Width：18cm / 23 studs Length：92cm heigh：28cm Tire：81.6mm (LEGO Wheels with Third party Tires) Crane MAX Heigh：195cm Crane MAX Capacity: from 300g to 2000g (Macbook Pro retina 15”) Crane MAX Extend: 125 studs Driving：4 X XL Motor:：960N.cm Steering：2 L Motor :：972N.cm XXL Linear Actuator：1XL Motor:：960N.cm (MAX Extend 27 studs) Turntable：1 L Motor ：1152N.cm Extend Boom： 1 X XL Motor:：960N.cm Lifting：2X XL Motor:：400N.cm Which part is difficult do? the one of big problem how to create a strong power Linear Actuator for my super heavy 3KG boom? before I start my crane project, I had wanna to use third party company’s pneumatic, although it has extend 19 studs but it failed, it cannot made crane up. When I want to give up then chat with my friend, and he inspired a new idea how to create a LEGO XXL Actuator only using 1 XL motor. I really happy I can done a big big crane. let’s see the movie… … https://www.facebook.com/shineYucorner/videos or
Nick Barrett posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingA fully motorized and remote control model, sized to suit the old 1980s rubber tyres. 10 Motors, 4 IR receivers, 2 battery boxes. 9kg. Maximum height 2.8 metres Liebherr LTM1130-5.1 in 1:15 Scale by Nick Barrett, on Flickr Functions: Progressive rate steering on 1st, 2nd and 5th axles, powered by L motor. Last axle countersteers. The in-cab steering wheel is connected. Drive by 2 x XL motors on 3rd and 4th axles, and I-6 fake engine. Live axle suspension on all axles Four synchronized stabilisers, powered by L motor with gearbox to switch between extending and lowering. They lock in place when fully down. Slewing of superstructure by L motor. Boom Luffing - XL motor Boom Extension (four sections) by 2 x XL motors Hoist - L motor with gearbox to change speed according to load. Tilting operator's cab, powered by M motor. Liebherr LTM1130-5.1 in 1:15 Scale by Nick Barrett, on Flickr Liebherr LTM1130-5.1 in 1:15 Scale by Nick Barrett, on Flickr Liebherr LTM1130-5.1 in 1:15 Scale by Nick Barrett, on Flickr Displayed at The Great Western Brick Show 2015, before appearing online here. Liebherr LTM1130-5.1 in 1:15 Scale by Nick Barrett, on Flickr
Saberwing40k posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingTake a look at this brilliant Liebherr LTM 1750 9.1, which I found on Flickr, by Dawid Szmandra. It's interesting, a rendition of a giant machine in the style of M-Longer or Sariel, Technic functions under a Model Team shell. Flickr Gallery:https://www.flickr.c...57655047082800# LEGO Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 by Dawid Szmandra, on Flickr As a bonus, he made a video demonstrating some functions: Although, looking at this makes me lament the fact that Lego pneumatic pieces are always yellow.