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Hi! I’m glad to show my new MOC – it’s Merlo Roto Telehandler in 1:11 scale. Here you can see the real machine: The dimensions: 80 x 25 x 30 cm, total weight – 5,7 kg. The max height is 83 cm. The model contains approximately 5100 parts. The model has eight remote controlled functions (three S-bricks, 14 motors). 1. Four L-motors for AWD with diffs. 2. Two servo-motors with independent control for steering. We can steer normal, with reduced radius or crab. 3. Outriggers deploying – two M-motors. 4. Superstructure rotation – one XL-motor. 5. Boom raising – two M-motors. The boom is rather heavy it can’t lift significant additional weights. 6. Boom extension – one M-motor. 7. The rigs operation – one M-motor. I’ve created classic fork and crane. 8. Cab lift for visibility improvement. In addition to motorized functions the model has suspension with solid axles (eight hard shock absorbers), detailed cab and other cool features. Let’s watch the video: Photos: More photos on Flickr.com: https://www.flickr.com/photos/141718063@N06/albums/72157687306220840 The building instructions are almost finished. Thanks for watching! I hope you like it :)
S-Brick powered Streetcar VIDEO (part one - without drifts) Full album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskxmKbsh It is driven by 5292 (buggy) motor in the back, directly connected to wheels from faster output (on 16L axle, in case you'r curious), steering is done by servo, controlled by S-Brick and it's fuel tank is original Li-Po BB. S-Brick powered Streetcar S-Brick powered Streetcar Front axle has positive caster angle for better steering performance, and it's only gearing is positioned there. (the steering 7L rack and 12t pinion.) When you see it (in case you're fast enough), you can see custom stickers, working front lights, and custom 3D printed rims (my own design). S-Brick powered Streetcar rim On the rims are original, but cut, LEGO 48×24 ZR tires. ________________________________________________________________________________ Here is version for purists, with original rims and non-modified tires (but not last configuration of stickers and rear bumper) Teaser On smoother or slippier surface (wooden floor, for example), it is capable of slightly real-looking drifts. (wait for part two of the video, please :) ) __________________________________________________________________ Here, I add the LDD file with backup model of it. Not 100% accurate, but IMO sufficient. https://www.dropbox....BACKUP.lxf?dl=0 Hope you like it :)
So this was a quick, fun project. I gave myself the weekend to build the smallest RC car I could. My goal was 4 studs. This seemed reasonable since a battery box and SBrick are both 4 studs wide. With the width set in place, I quickly realized that making two connected parts would be the way to go so the model naturally became a camper van/RV with a trailer. The main car holds 2 micromotors and the trailer has 1 old-style battery box with the SBrick directly on top. More photo's here. Assembly photos are here. PS: I must also thank Mbmc as some of his micro RC MOCs were a good inspiration for this project.