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  1. Post your 42114 mods here. Does someone has a fix for the "hanging head" aka weak pivot joint for the front section of the truck?
  2. This is a Dumper Tractor, the model I've developed in 2019 for the younger audience of builders (8+). It has 330 parts on 75 different ones and comes with an alternate build, just like an official set. On rebrickable you get instructions for the main and for the alternate model. Dumper Tractor (main model) The model features articulated steering on a working steering wheel and a tipper which is operable on both sides with a clever linkage system. The tipper is lockable - tipping and steering always works together. Under the hood you can see a piston moving by spinning the wheels. The model is built at larger scale and fits for example the 42114 Hauler. Yes in real live such a Hauler is very big, but a Dumper is rather small. Here are more pictures of the model: Racing Kart (alternate build) If you have all parts listed in the inventory, you can build something different from the Dumper - a cool Racing Kart. It features a working steering wheel and a moving piston as well. Instructions Both instructions for the Dumper Tractor and for the Racing Kart comes in high quality images with a simple step by step following and easy build. Here are two example pages from the main model: ... and for the alternate build what you get two cool models they are very fun to play with satisfying builds with clever building techniques high quality premium instructions with clear images And remember again, you get the instructions for both models! ;) color changes Of course you can build the models in totally different colors, as long the parts are available in those colors or become available in the near future. Below are some color changes for inspiration: One thing to mention: Due the cancel of 42113 the tapered panel is yet not available in orange. Hopefully this part becomes available later to build a orange tipper. more pictures, more content Feel free to visit the showroom of my page to see more pictures and 360 degrees renderings of the models. follow this link or visit the models on rebrickable
  3. obijon

    [MOC] MINIs from Solo

    See replies in this thread for NEW models - I have consolidated all models from Solo from other topics in to one thread (I had time on my hands during lockdown!) Models in this thread - CONVEYEX TRANSPORT TIE/rb HEAVY STARFIGHTER AT HAULER KESSEL RUN MILLENNIUM FALCON FIRST LIGHT YACHT M-68 LANDSPEEDER (HAN's) A-A4B TRUCKSPEEDER (MOLOCH's) IMPERIAL ARRESTOR CRUISER CONVEYEX TRANSPORT Hello again everyone. To celebrate the DVD release of Solo I present my MINI version of the Conveyex transport. It took me a while to get the overall shape without the cars becoming too wide. There are technic bricks and bricks with studs on the side in the middle of the model and slopes, plates and tiles arranged on the exterior in such a way so that they all interact to hold the little models together. At first I was just going to build the front engine and caboose (like the system scale model) but then I decided to do both top and bottom once I worked out how I could attach both sides to the track! The track is simply tiles and plates and the bottom engine and container are attached by inverting bricks with studs on the sides at the bottom of the two modules. I really enjoyed building this and am really pleased with how this one turned out. Now to watch the movie for the first time! Let me know what you think. Jon The model is below and here is a link to the Solo gallery (when public).
  4. Hi there! At the start of January picked up the 42108 set (Actually wasn't planning on spending money on more Lego at the start of the year but saw a surprisingly cheap deal for a new set and just couldn't resist it). Naturally, opened the box, went through the instructions and applied all the stickers to their belonging parts and started to work on new alternates without assembling the original set (Yes, I'm a mad lad :D ) And who would have guessed.. my first alternate was another excavator.. I hope that people don't get exausted of seeing another one but this set turned out to be a great part pack for creating a sleek and fully functional wheeled excavator! Functions: Working steering - blue gear on the back Adjustable front shovel - manually, can be locked in place Adjustable rear outriggers - mannualy, can be locked in place Rotating upperstructure - Black knob at the rear of the chassis Fully functional arm - controlled by 2 seperate knobs on the top of the upperstructure Chasis storn enough and with the outriggers and shovel extended it can support the whole weight of the excavator and lift it from the ground. At this moment this is the second set that uses the new Large linear actuator, and it just makes reach on this medium sized excavator crazy good If You want to build it Yourself - Instructions available here: (Or simply look for TGBDZ on rebrickable) For the next build I wanted to make something different that I haven't tried before.. After Some tinkering with the parts a bit I started to build a rather large structure using the larg 3x11 curved panel pieces and after creating a large bathub like structure I decided to make an articulated hauler. I had atleast 6 wheels, for the center joint I could use the turntable, large actuator should cover the lifting of the cargo bed - all the major issues were solved quickly and here is the result. Functions: Working steering - no HOG - the center of the cab is so close to the swiveling point that it's easy to steer by pushing on the cab sides Fully adjustable chasis/suspension - front axle is solid and together with cabin is rotating on the turntable located in the center of the chasis - rear axles use double wheel boogies that easily gets over small obstacles Functional and tipping cargo bed - uses large actuator and is operated by knobs on either side Cargo bed can be locked at the back to prevent unecessary spillage of goods And just like for the excavator - I think the original 42108 stickers add a lot of nice touches to the design. Instructions for the Hauler will be available soon. What should I build next? At the moment I'm thinking of making two models at the same time - 42108 has 8 aviable wheels.. Will see :) Cheers!
  5. mechamike

    MOC: Archer Friends Army

    To meet the increased military threat from Fabuland, and with the situation in Lego City escalating quickly, Heartlake City has decided to purchase the Archer artillery system to increase the defence capability of the Friends Army forces. "Nothing smells victory like burning white phosphorus stuck on the plastic of the enemy" -General Emma Archer the next-generation self-propelled gun, with barell exended to shell out peace and democracy. The "heart" of the system is a fully automated 115mm/L52 gun howitzer and a remote M151 Protector controlled weapon station (for any close encounters #metoo). All mounted on a modified 6x6 chassis of the Volvoo A30D, all-terrain articualated hauler painted in your favourite colour, The hauler features big rear mirrors for those pesky parallel parking situations when you need to stop quick for a ice cold strawberry vanilla sparkle milkshake. (Warning: Burning cities in rear view mirror may appear closer than they are.) Archer with friends, A reloading vehicle to extend the fun and a M1 Abrams for company..
  6. Inspired by official lego model 8264 Hauler with enhanced functions: * Openable hood with fake 3-piston engine (driven by front wheels) * Independent rear swinging suspension * Articulated chasis with big and small turntables in the centre - HOG controls turning, tilting of the model copies surface it runs on * Bigger manually operable dump bed with automatic closing back side via string * white bodywork, black cabin, gray dump bed There is no motor and battery box (as in original model), I wanted to have all functions operated manually, it gave me place to create exhaust system behind the cabin Except parts from 42043 set, you would need at least 30cm string 74 pages of generated instructions (A4 landscape orientation) details and instructions: more pictures: Model sturdyness tested by 3 years old child :)
  7. 3 years ago I've decided that I'm getting tired of building medium-scale trucks and want to try something larger. Here's the result: Truck: Dimensions: 98 studs long / 29 studs wide / 43 studs tall Weight: 5.7 kg Motors: 14 Functions: drive with 2 PF XL motors on two rear axles a 4-speed sequential remotely-controlled transmission connected with a gear stick in the cabin, which moves as the transmission shifts front wheels steered using a virtual pivots steering system so that they can fit under realistically-sized mudguards fake engine with a rotating chain belt and 2 rubber belts, driven by the propulsion motors bypassing the transmission steering wheel rotating as the front wheels are steered left and right cabin doors independently opened by motors left and right sear independently adjusted forward/backward by motors remotely locked/unlocked fifth wheel openable sleeper with interior and interior lighting fake microwave with internal lighting and rotating turntable in the sleeper (yes, seriously) lighting kit by Brickstuff with 38 LEDs, featuring remotely-controlled turn signals, emergency lights, and automated reversing lights Trailer: Dimensions: 132 studs long / 30 studs wide / 22 studs tall Weight: 3.07 kg Motors: 3 Functions: remotely-controlled heavy-duty flip toe ramps remotely-controlled parking outriggers lever-operated winch LED beacon by Brickstuff Special thanks go to Brickstuff for all the lighting, Chrome Block City for beautifully chromed and engraved pieces, and Seven Studs for the awesome "Angry Hamster" hood ornament. Thank you guys! Photos and detailed description:
  8. Hi everyone, I would like to present you my new creation, the Volvo A25d 4x4 remote controlled. The functions and characteristics are: -4x4 drivetrain powered by one XL motor; -Steering is achieved with a medium motor and one small linear actuator; -Tipper bed controlled by pneumatic and compressor by another medium motor; -Full articullated and big ground clearance. I am very happy with the way I found for the mechanism regarding the tipper bed in which it is only required one motor to operate simultaneously and synchronously the compressor and the pneumatic switch. Since there is a differential between the two, when the motor starts, the power goes to the easier side which is the pneumatic switch. When the switch reaches its end, then the power goes to the compressor. The same is true the other way around. This mechanism is realy helpfull when trying to reach dificult and/or distant places from the battery box because you have the advantage of the lenght of the pneumatic tubes. The link to all the images is here: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=558887 Meanwhile, I am editing a short video to show you these functions. I hope you like it.
  9. This is my first RC MOC. Built for small event in May 2014. Specs: 4x4 3 differentials Drive - XL motor Steering - M motor Pneumatic suspension on both axles Autovalve + compressor - M motor Dumping - M motor PF lights Work in progress: Design of the rear part was rushed, so there was room for improvements. Rear pneumatic suspension worked bad. Thanks to TGBDZ for helping with bodywork and dump bed. And for fun you can check it in action in 2 part video Part 1 Part 2 More pictures here
  10. I started to make a standard 6-axle European truck, and crossed the 200 part limit before it was 1/4 finished So I started again, in a way smaller scale, and this is the result: The features are fairly simple: -Articulated steering from the gear on the roof -Articulation around the x-axis between the cabin and the rear -Rear axles suspension -Dumpable bed (mini LA) by turning the exhaust on the front High resolution pictures available in the %20contest%20Eurobricks"]Bricksafe folder I haven't decided if this will be my entry in the competition yet, but it might if I don't get around to building something else