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  1. I had seen the Volvo FH Aero cab a couple of times before it was publicly presented but I hadn't decided to actually build a lego version of it until the weekend before the press release Last week my model premiered at the Volvo Trucks Factory in Ghent, where I work. I'm not so happy with how the upper front grille turned out, my previous model really was spot on, in fact I dare even say that that one is the best out there when it comes to that section. But! There is a good reason why this one's upper grille is rather mediocre, I managed to include a cool feature that would not have been possible on the previous model; Cab Tilt! I have more pictures in my Brickshelf gallery, for some reason I am no longer able to embed those in here. You can check these out once the gallery is public: Brickshelf. As you can see in the video, the model is motorized: A System PoweredUp hub sits under the cab, an L motor for drive and angular M motor for steering are fitted in the wheelbase area. The model features front and pusher axle steering. However due to the unbalanced weight distribution I have experienced a lot of issues with the driving stability. The weight on the front axle is massive, giving the rear driven axle a hard time to find some grip on the road. A reflection I had; I'm quite happy with the fifth wheel, it's the first one I ever made and I wanted it to actually look like a real fifth wheel. Strangely no one else seems to care much about a realistic looking fifth wheel. Don't forget to check out my Volvo FH Hooklift!
  2. Hi to all, I haven't posted anything new here for a while. It was started as a model team style hot-rod but I don't have any crome parts except this 4 wheel so there is! My main goal was make lowest steer-able vehicle. Ground clearence is about 1 plate/half liftarm. So pictures, 02 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 03 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 04 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 05 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 06 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 07 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 10 by nikolyakov, on Flickr 12 by nikolyakov, on Flickr
  3. I have been trying to find a place to post Mocs I have built from some of the designers here. (first to admit im pretty useless at anything computer related and may have missed something). But if there isn't such a place, is it possible to add one. ? A place where building, even an old, moc of someone's wouldn't require a dreaded " old post bump" to show it? Anyway that's all I have, and if I have completely missed a spot to do this, I guess this post is mute.......
  4. I finally did it, I've built a Volvo. It took me little more than a month to design, collect parts and build it, which is pretty short for my standards, I usually take (or loose) more time to fully complete a MOC of these proportions. The scale is, roughly, 1/20 and it has some functional features. Using LEGO power functions the vehicle can drive, steer, lift its 2nd drive axle, flash its beacon lights and operate the hooklift system. To be perfectly honest, not all of its features work the way I wanted them to work. The chassis was a bit small to incorporate all of these functions. I may design a new chassis at some point (more of that below) For me the highlight of this model is the cab really, getting the proportions of an FH right was a challenge, I had to make many compromises, choose the lesser of two evils. Of all truck brands, the Volvo just has the most complex design to replicate in the brick. But that is of course because a Volvo is the most pretty truck of them all after all. As I am employed at Volvo Trucks I simply had to build Volvo’s flagship. When Covid is over, I’ll drive it around the office landscape :). You may have noticed, the cab is not a square box, I spent a lot of time figuring out how to best approach the silhouette of the FH cab. It gets slightly more narrow higher up. The chassis is packed, I had to fit the battery box and two receivers in the cab, which is one of the reasons why there's no interior. Now, I'm sure some of you will most certainly have some suspicions about the feasibility of my hooklift system here... And they would be right! To be honest, the hooklift doesn't work all that well, lifting a container is a bit too much. It was only after I had completed the chassis that I learned about some sort of quality problem with those linear actuators I've used. But I think the fact that the very short leverage to rotate the hooklift may also have something to do with it. That of course was a consequence of the limited stroke of these actuators. This calls for the new longer actuators! ... However, that means I'll have to completely redesign the chassis... I have a couple of WIP pictures that I may share later. I hope you like it!
  5. Welcome to my garage LEGO!!! Hello! My name is Michael. I'm a Builder from Russia, I love muscle cars!  Ford Bronco 1968 This time I present to you the legendary American Ford SUV! Description: - Drive - 2L motors - Steering - Servo - Power Supply - Small BB - The steering wheel turns with the wheels - Steering with Ackerman angle - Open the doors, hood... - Well-designed interior and space under the hood Instagram: Join my group in VK: All photos on the link: Enjoy your viewing! Rate, comment! Thanks!)
  6. Description After over a year of prototyping, building and rebuilding, I'm finally done and want to take this opportunity to present my "magnus opus" properly. The idea for this project came when I finally got my hands on a copy of 5571 Black Cat/Giant Truck. This set came out when I was in high school and I always regretted it a bit that I didn't get it. However, when I finally did get it a few years ago, I realised that LEGO has come a long way in the intervening 25 years, and resolved to build one myself: inspired by the 5571, but pack with features enabled by modern LEGO pieces. It took a while, but it's finally done. The model features: 6x4 drive to a fake 3-cylinder engine with idling function powered by a PF M-motor. Solid axle suspension on all axles Steering front axle with Ackermann geometry, connected to steering wheel in cab Built-in pneumatic pump (powered by the same PF M-motor) with connection points for future trailer Motorised fifth-wheel decoupling (powered by the same PF M-motor) Cab interior Openable doors and hood Many details HOG ready (requires two tiles to be removed from the sleeper roof) Exterior Interior and engine Obligatory underbelly shot High-resolution and additional photo's can be found on my Bricksafe page. I'm super proud of this model, so I hope you like it too Some additional background information and progress photo's can be found in the WIP topic.
  7. I missed out on the 5571 Black Cat as a high school kid (other priorities...), but ever since I got my hands on it a few years ago, and inspired by Andrea Grazi's truck and Ingmar Spijkhoven's trucks, I wanted to build a "Black Cat v2". An upgraded version with modern parts and more functions, such as full suspension, working engine, pneumatic pump for trailer attachments and a working fifth wheel coupling. This is turning into a "Magnum Opus" for me, since I've been working so long on it, rebuilding again and again various parts. Now that I have a rolling chassis, I felt it was time to share. I'm building digitally also, mostly to assess what parts I need to purchase and try out things: The differential that's peeking through the chassis is intended to have an idling engine by the PF motor (while e.g. the pneumatic pump is running) and that is "added" to the motion of the rear wheels. I posted the rear and front axles before. The fifth wheel coupling is adapted from @functionalTechnic Scania-inspired truck. Since I now got a rolling chassis that I'm happy with, I hope to make progress a bit faster and provide updates. Feel free to comment in the mean time; advice is always welcome too.
  8. Alternate build of the "10290 Pickup Truck" set.Medium truck UAZ 3303 aka "Tadpole" is one of the legendary Soviet Union cars.The car has been manufactured since 1965. Features:- 1:16 scale- openable doors and trunk- rigid structure- all accessories from the original set was not used, you can put them into the trunk Instructions: Rebrickable
  9. Ever wondered what a large scale caravan would look like? Here, I've made one that has pretty awesome features! Here's the interior! First, there's the kitchen with a cupboard, drawers, microwave oven, 2-burner cooktop and a radio! 2-person bed with quilt! I still need to know how I could make a fridge/freezer that can store a lot of food! Luxurious Dining Suite with 2 upholstered chairs, coffee mugs & fruit bowl! Folding Entry Steps! The drawbar. Here, there's 2 gas bottles, jockey wheel, safety chains and even a security lock on the coupler! The sunshade on the kitchen window can be closed for travel! The shutters on the front & back can be opened & closed too! The entry door can also be opened! Waste Water Pipe Interchangeable Number Plates, depending on which Australian state you live in! (I live in South Australia!) Stabilizer Jacks Those new 'Flat Tile 1x1 Half Circle' (Part #24246) pieces make nice trailer lights! Number Plate Light Here's the food! Additional Features: Two Spare Wheels Removable Roof Opening Side Windows Outside Light Now if only there was going to be a car that could go perfectly with the caravan... Maybe a Holden Kingswood or Belmont Wagon! Thanks for reading!
  10. Hello all, In this topic I will show my progress on my Scania 140 Super, in Astran livery. I don’t know if you people know this English transport company, but it was the leader in road transport to far-away destinations, first the Middle East, later also Russia, Ukraine and the Balcan. I read a book about this company (now a few months ago) and last week I suddenly got the idea to build a truck from it. As said, it will be a Scania 140 Super. I already made the chassis, with a detailed V8 fake engine, one of the trademarks from Scania. The model is going to have HOG steering, (problably) an openable cab, and details like fuel tanks, roof rack, luggage, interior, etc. Now a few pics to show the original and what I have made so far. The chassis is finished, so now on to the cab, which probably will be the trickiest part. I know the chassis is a bit unconventional build, but I don’t wanna order any extra parts just for this model, that’s also why the middle of the bed is blue. Any feedback is welcome! Thanks for reading. I’m not quite sure if this belongs in Technic or in Scale Modeling, but because this model isn’t a particular scale I think it fits best in Technic Forum. I think it fits best to the Model Team description, even if that isn’t really what this model is.
  11. Not entirely Technic build, more like model team approach at minifig scale, but the video is about some challenges when it comes to making something this small with RC. Not a complete success, but the video should be interesting to watch
  12. Hello, I'm back in business after some years of dark age and I want to present you my new MOC, which is actualy a facelifted version of my older rat rod presented here years earlier. The model is build from scratch using current pieces and building techniques, sharing the main concept with its predecessor. Model features drag link steering operated steering wheel in cockpit, openable doors, detailed fake engine and fuel tank. I hope you will like it!
  13. Hello, Hereby I'd like to present you my first MOC. It's a model of a DAF XF 105 with a Krone cooling trailer. The trailer is not really a model build by Krone, but it's inspired by several trailers. The scale is the same as TLG's midscale trucks. The tractor uses the same fifth wheel setup as the Mack Anthem. The tractor has as functions: - Opening doors - HOG steering - Lockable fifth wheel The trailer has as functions: - Opening rear doors - Outriggers using a LA More pictures can be found here: Instructions for the tractor unit are on Rebrickable: If there is enough interest, maybe I'll make instructions for the trailer too.
  14. Hello fellow Eurobrickers, Please let me introduce my latest MOC. The Scania P220 Skiploader...... This project started about two or so years ago. It had a stop, start, rocky road to completion! I had the idea and desire to build this for a long time before I eventual got round to it. I set myself a few goals for the model. These were: Functional skip loading capabilities. Steering. Suspension. Fake engine. Working stabilisers on the rear. Detailed interior. Model Team styling. Scaled as best I can to the real Scania. That being said, lets find out if these goals were met..... Functional Skip Loading Capabilities. I think this worked out pretty well. I wanted a manual operation as opposed to Power Functions etc. the main arms are rotated via the black 20 tooth double bevel gears on the sides. They are connected, so both sides will activate both linear actuators. The new longer actuators helped a lot here! The arm extension is done separately by the black 12 tooth double bevel gears. These are independent from one another and drive the gear racks via worm gears so they stay up when raised. The gear racks and housing are a near perfect length, however I found trying to work out the geometry a bit difficult due to the angle of the rear end and stabilisers. And the some what chunky design of the rack housing piece. Here is a funny little GIF showing the motion in action! Steering Yep. Pretty standard in the Technic forum. Nothing more than the good old gear rack actuated by the black bevel gear on top. The turn radius is also standardly large for a Lego model. Suspension I learned a lesson with this one. Model Team style trucks are a little too heavy for the standard hard shocks. I started with independent wish bone and one shock on each front wheel, but soon found out I needed to beef it up with two shocks per wheel when the cab started taking shape. The rear is nothing special. I believe it's a live floating axel? Let me know if my terminology is wrong. This was done using the Unimog ball joint pieces and two yellow hard shocks. The rear suspension is a lot stiffer than the front due to the angle of the shock mounting. Another con for suspension on a model like this is that there is not much space between the wheels and the mud guards, rendering the suspension pretty useless. Fake engine The fairly recent (at least for me) development of fake engines has made squeezing them in a model much easier. I originaly planned to use the Technic piston parts, but this solution is way more elegant. I don't know if the real truck has a v6. But I'm not overly picky on this particular detail. You can also see in the below image where I had to add the extra shocks on the front suspension. A far less elegant solution than the engine, but I didn't fancy a complete re-design! . The pistons are attached to the rear wheels via a differential housed in the ball joint. Here you can see the whole drive train. Working stabilisers on the rear. This part went through countless iterations. My original goal was to make them mechanical using the small linear actuators, but I couldn't find a way to make them small enough to fit with the scale. In the end I decided to make them brick built and to rely on friction keeping them in place. To that end, they are merely aesthetic and have no real function at all. This image shows the basic construction. Note in the real model, I used elastic bands stretched around the rail pieces to aid friction. Detailed interior. I think this came out pretty well. My only criticism would be the amount of black used. Maybe it's my photography skills, but it makes it hard to see the finer details. Here are some pictures for you to decide. Model Team Styling. I'm quite happy with how this model turned out. I had a lot of fun adding all the details and refining the shapes. Especial the front grill, which I really wanted to capture the look of real truck. I'm particularly happy with the head lights. The slight angle was a pleasure to figure out. And the door handles were also a fun little detail to work on. I just wish I could hide the studs on the side of the doors, but maybe it gives a 'Lego feel' I'll let you be the judge of the outcome! Scaled as best I can to the real Scania. So here we are at the last goal. I think it turned out to be about 1:17 scale. In my eyes it's a fairly good recreation of the Scania P220. There are a few bits that could be better, but hey, at the end of the day it's Lego! In conclusion As mentioned before, I had a lot of fun building this. There are a few added bonus points for the tilting cab, opening doors, fold down ladders on the side and a little opening compartment on the right side behind the cab. I usually build a large portion digitally while building with physical bricks, but in this project I kept LDD to a minimum, only serving as a file to keep for the future. There were also a few lessons learned along the way. I think I'll omit the suspension on my next adventure! But I certainly have a list of projects. My only wish is that I had more time..... hope you enjoyed the post. I'll leave you with some pictures. This link will take you to the Scania brochure I used for reference. This link will take you to my Brickshelf page with the file. As always, thanks for looking and constructive feedback welcome.
  15. Dear community, today I want to present you my newest MOC, a replica of a E-Forklift from the Company Jungheinrich. The model is fully remote controlled and has got 4 functions, controlled via a Vengit Sbrick. Data about the model: - Height: 25 Studs (20 cm) | [ extended lift mast] : 38 Studs (30.5 cm) - Length: 29 Studs (23 cm) - Width: 10 Studs (8cm) - Weight: 835 g - total parts (without Rubber band, cords and Sbrick) : 689 Electric components: - 2x Power function L Motor - 1x Power funcion M Motor - 1x Power function servo Motor - 1x Vengit Sbrick Now some pictures, I hope you like it: Battery Box: Rubber Band: Technic in the inside: Building Instruction, made with Bricklink Studio and Gimp: I hope you like my Model. Greetings, Jakob, 14 years old.
  16. American truck Kenworth K100. The model is made in the scale of 1:22. Has a suspension on all wheels. Two l-motors are used for driving and a servo motor for steering model. The truck is equipped with an automatic trailer hitch. Thank you for watching.
  17. American truck Peterbilt 379. The model is made in the scale of 1:22. Rear axles of the model has a suspension. One Xl-motor are used for driving and a servo motor for steering model. The model has opening doors and a detailed interior: Cummins engine under the hood:
  18. INSTRUCTIONS: I have been looking for a 5571 at the right price for a long time, and i finally found one. I have also been collecting parts for the trailer pictured above. To my knowledge, and according to my source of the instructions, nobody has ever built this trailer before. In this thread I will share my progress on building them both. After waiting over a month for my 5571 to arrive from Germany to the US, it finally came yesterday: I found the instructions for the trailer here: http://www.eurobrick...1 Unfortunately the post is several years old, but I messaged the original poster and I was lucky enough for him to respond with the instructions! The trailer is going to be huge, and requires 1628 parts, with 122 unique parts/colors. The instructions I was sent were actually a series of images, and I had to try and find all the correct part numbers on rebrickable before placing my orders. This was a long task and it took quite some time: After much time manipulating different inventories from sellers on bricklink, I placed all my orders and parts have started to arrive! The 1x2 tiles with the grille pattern seem to be pretty rare. They only came in one set many years ago, and I got very lucky finding sellers with enough of them when I placed my orders. I think I am now the only person with 18 of them. I am waiting on 3 more orders before I get started on the build. I will keep this post updated
  19. This model is now finally in a state where I can present it in its own topic. Thanks a lot to the Eurobricks members who have kept me on my toes to improve this model and get to this result. The truck is a DAF XF FT (4x2) Space Cab and in the classic Model Team scale of 1:25 which I hold so dearly. It has a basic trailer coupling mechanism which allows for an increased amount of detailing in the back compared to my more technical trucks: Inside there is the standard seats, console and steering wheel to give an illusion of a full interior. The Servo motor takes up quite a lot of space in there. Underneath you can see the updated steering mechanism which allows the front axle to be 12 studs wide: Note also the huge blobs of bricks in the sides which help add weight for better grip. The trailer can open the doors in the back: And fits nicely on the truck: But the fun stuff are found underneath: Here the decoupling mechanism works as shown in the video. Notice how the feet of the legs are 1x1 tiles in the photos, but small steering wheels in the video. The 1x1 tiles work well if you have a more precise controller for the truck, such as an SBrick. This project started back in September 2016 where I started researching a truck from a brand which I had not already covered. This was in preparation for a presentation at the AFOL event in Give of 2016. It was time to build a DAF (Sorry Iveco - next time?). The DAF XF FT (4x2) Space Cab was chosen. and I started doing some research. I still use Griddy for making a grid where it's easy to see the scale of things. (A new on-line version of Griddy will be available once I learn to program web apps) After constructing a basic frame from my old Scania ( it was time to spend a single hour on prototyping the design in order to kickstart the project: This was the result after roughly one hour: It doesn't look like much, but it was enough to get me started and start focusing on a single section at a time. Here is a better photo of the creation: First up were some new sides: I was not satisfied with the blacked out grille, nor the basic looking headlights. After a day of building I had achieved this: Another day and all I managed to add was some additional parts of the front: Then building started to pick up speed and I almost finished the whole front in just another day: Another day to start on the sides: This is going well :) The sides we connected to the front and I toyed around with various detailings for the side of the cab: It was time to complete the build and see if everything was OK: The verdict? I don't like that top at all. Time to rebuild it! That was more like it. This is the version I brought to the event: At the event I discovered that the coupling-mechanism doesn't work well, so I decided to change it to the one from the helicopter transport: Other changes include how the battery box in mounted (for easy access), the fuel tanks, the headlights and the top was under constant revisioning. This resulted in the second prototype: Now we are almost there. The rear wheel covers were protruding a bit too much, causing the trailer to dislodge them. This was fixed: You can see the construction yard for the whole process, including the feedback I received from the community during all of this: Brickshelf gallery (once public): Building instructions are on their way.
  20. My latest MOC. Wangan Midnight Devil Z. Power: 2 RC motors and 2 88000 battery boxes. PF servo for steering and Sbrick for control. Full Independent suspension. Link to video
  21. Here is my wip so far on the Lexus LFA, the sexiest sounding car every made! I wanted to make a larger scale of this car towards the end of the year, so I thought I would try this scale first to get a idea of the design. The exhaust is a little too big, but as you can see it functions as the steering wheel for HOG steering, by pulling out and then pushing back in place again. I love the rear defuser, perfect part for the job, just a little too narrow, but who cares! The steering itself I'm quite fond of as it is very low and compact. I have no idea how I'm going to cover this car as yet, I'm hoping raiding my very old Lego box might reveal some nice studded parts, but its a long shot. This sure is a tricky car to make as only one other smaller scale model has every been made in Lego, but I will give it my best shot! So should I keep the steering via the exhaust or try to make a smaller more visually appealing solution? Comments? Thoughts? Fire away!
  22. "There is no man living who isn’t capable of doing more than he thinks he can do" - Henry Ford (Description below is taken from project page on Ideas) "The prototype of this project, Ford Model T was not the first car ever built, neither it was the most powerful, fast, beautiful and so on... It was revolutionary because of its availability, making the concept of automobile the one we know today - a vehicle, more or less affordable for highest amount of people possible, not a luxury for the chosen ones. That is why I have chosen Tin Lizzie - it's simply iconic. Since there is a plenty of variations of Model T, I ended up making the collective image of it without sticking to any exact modificaton, but trying to follow the last, 1927 version of it - wheels' choice was probably the hardest part because of the original, since there aren't any tires that narrow. However, the overall look of Lizzie is still recognizable. Being a huge fan of vehicles myself, I grab every new set of Creator Expert car as soon as it's possible - but one day I just decided to try my skills in making my own model, that's how this project has been born. Adjusted to scale of already existing vehicles, this set could be a nice addition to the collection and a good gift for other many cars' enthusiasts. Since I'm planning to develop the project, the updates will be coming without any doubt - the final target is to manage to improve the model as much as possible and to build a real version of it, so stay tuned :) Thanks in advance to every single supporter and everyone who stopped to look at this project!" Thanks again for stopping by and have a great day! :)
  23. Hello everybody, I present to you another "ancient" MOC of mine - built in May 2016 and only now I finally managed to make a presentation of it - The Logging Truck: At first it was supposed to be a Trial Truck, but as it grew to heavy, especially due to "model team-ish" cabin, I decided to make it more easy going. It doesn't represent any particular model, nor is it scaled or anything... It's driven by a PF XL motor and steered by a PF M motor. It has full suspension, detailed cabin interior and engine compartment. Oh, and I have to admit it is heavilly inspired by Ingmar Spijkhoven's work (2LegoOrNot2Lego). I'll let the photos do the talking... The position of the trailer trolley can be adjusted between the two yellow stops - the main beam slides through the trolley and is held in place by springs and rubber 2L connectors. While the truck is fully suspended, the trailer uses a kind of pendular linkage between both axles. The cabin has detailed interior... ...and so does the engine bay - totaly imaginatory - without any knowledge or research of the real truck engines . I guess under skirt shot is in order... I really like how the front axle turned out, the ackermann is almost to much. Here's another pair of photos to finish it off and a short video of course... I hope you like it and thanks for comment. Please find bigger photos here. Best regards, Miha
  24. Introducing... The Legacy Black Cat Truck! Celebrating 20 Years of the greatest Model Team vehicle ever made! Based on the original 1996 version with a lot of cosmetic changes! Looking very nice with chromed parts! Opening Sunroofs, upgraded to 2010s standards! Shovel, Fire Extinguisher & Toolbox So far, looking almost up to 2010s standards, including the tools! Dual Wheels! Even the cross-member behind the wheels is 2010s standard! Awesome new rear lights! 5th Wheel with locking bar! Everything below looks rounder than before! How I designed the Fuel Tank! Yes, I used the new 1x2 bottom curved pieces! Chrome Galore! Sleeping Compartment Yellow Diesel Engine, just like Caterpillar's engines! (because blue is childish and I wanted it to look more appealing to teens!) Cabin now up to 2010s standards so far! Seats now upgraded with curved headrests! Feeling hungry enough for pizza already? Ultra HDTV with built-in tuner! And that's all for now! Regards, Ryan Smith.
  25. Hello All, This is an attempt to model a cool, nostalgic car from Eastern Germany, the last model of the Trabant factory in Zwickau. I have created this model as a birthday gift to my best friend who used to drive us around in a car like this in his early twenties. If you like this MOC, you can suppport it on the Lego Ideas site - thanks! Lego Trabant Universal 1.1 by Dan Falussy, on Flickr Backview by Dan Falussy, on Flickr Openall by Dan Falussy, on Flickr Interior by Dan Falussy, on Flickr