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  1. As I have more time for building these days, I decided to replicate the new Scania R650 on 1/22 scale (Mack Anthem #42078 set scale). The goal was very simple: have a recognizable shape and manual functions. It is in a very basic 4x2 configuration. It has a V8 and a HOG steering. For this one, I decided to abandon the working steering wheel because it gave poor results on my Volvo FH16. The cab can be tilted and the rear axle can be raised to give a nice rake (inspired by @mpj). This tractor unit can be used with any trailer compatible with the Mack Anthem. I plan to make a 3D model for this. I'd like to build something more complex with it (crane truck, timber truck, etc.) but I have no idea what. Ideas are more than welcome!
  2. Dear all, I show you my latest alternative model: Scania truck and steering trailer. The truck is a Scania Next Generation in 1:21 scale. It features: - HOG steering - opening doors - tilting cab - fake V8 engine - adjusting rear height It is in the same scale as my Volvo FH truck The trailer is a flatbed trailer with 2 steering axles. The steering system is directly connected to the truck fifth wheel. Instructions available on rebrickable.com and mocsmarket.com I hope you like it!
  3. 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 Stud.io file. As always, thanks for looking and constructive feedback welcome.
  4. Hello! This is my new Moc: a Scania S730 tractor unit, in 1:17 scale. It was built during free time between march and october. It is full RC with an XL motor for driving, and Servo for steering, and a Sbrick to remote control. It has opening doors and detailed interior. On the rear axle there are pneumatic suspensions, controlled with a manual pump at the back of the cab. The model has a "showtruck" look when suspensions are raised: Stickers are self made, printed with different shades of white ink on black vynil. Tyre badges are directly printed. The most challenging part of the model was to create the steps to access the cabin... and the cabin itself! It is 18 studs wide (cab and front bumper), but the roof, on the front, is 17 studs. The wheelarches and sideskirts are 19 studs wide. The cab can be romoved, to access to the battery box. I'm considering put this model on Lego Ideas. I'm not able to make instructions so if somebody would like to build it, they must vote for it! (just joking ) A trailer is also under costruction!
  5. Scania LK 141. The model is made in the scale of 1:22. Has a suspension on all wheels. XL-motors are used for driving and a servo motor for steering model. The truck is equipped with an automatic trailer hitch. Instructions: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-48552/LegoV94/truck-skania-lk-141/#comments Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/legov94/
  6. amv

    [MOC] Scania R113M 360

    Hello dear friends! :) I present one of my old models - the "Scania R113M 360" truck tractor. The model has 247 parts. There are also two semi-trailers - a tank for transporting fuel (with one lifting axle) and a refrigerator. Enjoy watching! :) Assembly instructions for and in pdf format. Video tutorial. A later version in red livery with a refrigerator semi-trailer, without stickers: P/S: Based on the cab of this model, "Scania T143H" was assembled much later :) Best regards, AMV!
  7. hello everyone, this is my new moc: RC SCANIA R620 8x4 Heavy tractor truck, it has 3 XL motors for driving, and one servo motor for steering, thanks and enjoy photos
  8. This year I spent less time online due to several reasons (like my career) but I haven’t been hanging around when it comes to LEGO. Next to co-organize LW I built a couple of models and one of them is this Scania T143 bulk hauler. I originally started with mk1 in 2016 but gave it an overhaul in 2017. For sure it is based on Ingmar Spijkhoven’s model but actually I wanted to give it a personnal touch. Is has another chassis and drive train which is more based on Jaaptechnic’s Actros. The cab is different from Ingmar’s. I chose for the original side panels with the typical 2-series and 3-series shapes. The rear panel got the same treatment. The truck is powered by a singe XL motor with is strong enough to pull a drawbar trailer. Both bodyworks can tip with a XL motor and it has lights on front and rear. It is supplied with an SBrick. Special thanks to Dirk Klijn and Jaaptechnic for the high quality decals. For more pictures please have a look in my album: https://flic.kr/s/aHskrBEUtv
  9. Selander

    MOC: Scania cab and chassis

    Here is a brand new take on a 6wide Scania truck. It's been a number of years since my last Scania and a bunch of new elements has been released since then..... No modified elements, but some black stickers to replicate front mudguards in a Scania-like-way....
  10. Chrismo72

    [MOC] Large Fire Engine

    Hey all I´m exited to introduce my second MOC here on Eurobricks. I am a true rookie when it comes to building with system bricks, as I've spent more time doing Technic stuff. I tried to make this MOC more realistic than the fire engines that Lego usually releases, and I´ve drawn inspiration from real Scania fire vehicles. Because i wanted to make this thing closer the real thing, I've spent some time at the local fire station, getting to know the real machines. I’m very grateful for comments, questions and suggestions for improvements. Hope you like it, and thanks for taking the time to watch the pictures. Features All doors and hatches can be opened/closed Fully decorated and detailed interior in the cabin Lots of different details that relates to the real deal. Room for 4 minifigs with accessories. 558 parts (without the minifigs) I am very grateful for your support over at Lego Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/b991a9d2-2265-4ed9-afda-91b9cf0d7f28 Pictures (Bigger pictures in my Flickr account: https://www.flickr.com/photos/131504322@N02/albums) The truck is 8 studs wide, 11 studs high and 17 studs long. This MOC is actually fun to play with. Loaded with equipment, a water cannon and 4 minifigs the possibilities are many. All doors can be opened. The left side is for technical evacuation and rescuing of trapped persons. Here you'll find the hydraulic tools, power tools and life vests. It thinks firefighters deserve appreciation. The salary is low, but still they risk their lives for everybody else. In the back of the truck you find pump controls and connection point for water hoses. The right side of the truck contains tools for firefighting. Different nozzles, hoses and the Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS) If I had a Scania sticker, I would have used it. For now this is proud product of Autoparts. On the roof, you@ll find the water cannon, ladders, hoses, tools and of course the obligatory fire axe. Detalied interior with communication equipment, GPS, IR-camera, flashlights and binoculars. The setup matches real fire engines. "Firefighting is all about megablocks. Busting ours to save yours" Updated picture of the cabin interior. (Rendered in Bricklink Studio) Another color scheme, since yellow seems to be the new white in modern fire engines. (Rendered i Bricklink Studio) Thanks for watching :-)
  11. Hello After long time I present my new creation Scania XT truck with Palfinger crane in scale 1:15. I start this project almost 2 years ago. Truck is remote controlled by PS4 controller (2 Sbricks). RC functions: -PF Servo motor-steering, -PF XL Motor- drive, -PF L Motor-Gearbox and middle differential lock/unlock, -PF L Motor- Crane rotacion or middle outrigger leg, -2x PF M Motor-Crane And many other manual functions. Crane lenght 70cm. Modular build. Each segment work independently. Crane and chassis need only batterybox. In cabin are no PF elements. More pics: https://www.flickr.com/photos/136689036@N03/ For now is no building instructions. Sticker are custom made.
  12. 9 fingers

    KING OF THE ROAD

    Hello to all. I present you my latest build. SCANIA R series Long Line. This model was build for the local exhibition, which was organized by Kocke Klub in Slowenia. It is build in the scale 1:22 Power Functions: 1 XL motor for Drive 1 Servo motor for steering 3 pairs of LED lights. And the video. Thanx for watching. With best regards, Valter
  13. Hi everyone! This is my first MOC. Besides the gearbox, it´s my own design. 4 RC functions: 1. Drive (L-motor) 2. Steering (L-motor) 3. Cabin tilt (L-motor) 4. Sequential gearbox N+1+2+3 (Servo-motor) The gearbox is a modified version of a gearbox constructed by DurianObried. The shift mechanism is a modified version of Jaco4´s design. It works very well and shifts gear fast. Front and rear suspension, small turning radius and working steering wheel. More pictures on Brickshelf. http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=565719 Here is a picture on the gearbox shift mechanism. To the left you can see the servomotor shifting the gearbox.
  14. hello, this is my new moc for Scania R560 with EFFER Crane (Hong Kong Truck Style) it has 2 XL motors for driving, 1 servo for steering, 4 M motors for crane, 2 M motor for outrigger hope you like it my flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/155540594@N07/albums
  15. OwnGaming

    OwnGamings moc's

    My new lego truck, a Kenworth T600 with daycab.
  16. Stefaneris

    [MOC] Scania V8 Truck and B-Train

    Hello all I'd like to show you the recent addition to the logistics in Lego City: A 60ton Truck, in a B-train configuration. A B-Train is a tractor with a trailer, and the trailer also has a fith wheel (the thing where the trailer is connectec) to connect another trailer. The advantage of this type of truck is, that you can take out the middle part to get a regular truck with tractor and trailer which can be used anywhere in Europe, while the B-trains and other long combinations of trucks (called EuroCombi) only are allowed in Scandinavia, or mainly Sweden. They have a lenght up to 25.5m (86,6ft) and a weight up to 60t (132000pounds). The tractor is a Scania V8, no I didn't build a motor but there is the V8 logo on the backside in the cabin. On the inside there are two beds, one of them can be folded away and two seats (obviously ). The driver also wants to take breaks so there is a small fridge and a coffee machine over the windscreen. On the front there are a lot of lights and also a bar to prevent damages when crashing with a wild animal, what unfortunatly isn't uncommun in the northern parts of Scandinavia. Let's take a look on the pictures: Scnaia B-Train by StefanEris, auf Flickr Scania V8 interior 1 by StefanEris, auf Flickr Scania V8 interior 2 by StefanEris, auf Flickr Scania V8 interior 3 by StefanEris, auf Flickr Scania 40t by StefanEris, auf Flickr And last but not least a picture of a real B-Train on the Finnish-Swedish border: B-Train by StefanEris, auf Flickr To my American friends: I think that there are a lot of B-trains on your roads which can't be separated, since they transport loads of sand, gravel and such things. If you have some information or see any mistakes feel free to share it. Have fun Stefan
  17. Years ago I had a wish to build a truck. And.. I had plenty of white bricks. So I googled some white trucks and it just happened that I found a Scania T-cab wrecker truck from Slades Garage. Somehow I even got in contact with Matt, the driver (and owner?) of the truck. I contacted him for more pics and features of the truck. But.. he didn't replay in time. The first version of my model had pneumatic features on it. Many of functions where wrong. Then.. months later fellow Mocker - Dennis from Netherlands - discovered my moc and offered me few more pics of the truck from one of the truck-shows. That gave me opportunity to observe the details more closely and build a better version, a second version. And this time I went for remote control features. But - as the electric motors were stronger than previous pneumatics (and they also took more space) the result was more fragile. So there was a second rebuild, a third version with entirely new chassis, built out of lego technick. So.. after something like three years and countless iterations, I consider the moc finished. It has eight functions - all four by two channels are used: - Driving (XL motor - channel 1) - Steering (M motor - channel 1) - Left outtrigger (M motor - channel 2) - Right outtrigger (M motor - channel 2) - Raise / lower main boom (L motor - channel 3) - Underlift (M motor - channel 3) - Extract / detract main boom (L motor - channel 4) - Spool (M motor - channel 4)
  18. Kiwi_Builder

    [WIP] Scania T143M w/ A Train

    Hey all, It's about time I made my first post on the sub-forum This is my Scania T143M I have been working on on-and-off for the past few months (a year now probably ), it is Ingmar's Scania, but I am modifying it to suit my needs. I am doing it in TNL's colours, I am not aware of TNL ever having a T143, but I like their fleet and think it works quite well on the Scania. Behind it I will be putting a five axle flat deck A-train such as the one below: This is my progress so far: The Scania repainted before any modifications were done As it is now. I have replaced the painted bumper with a chrome bullbar, chromed tanks, a sun visor with lights and removed the floodlights. Before I build this physically I would also like to add front mudflaps and put a nicer exhaust on it. Any thoughts or improvements you have are more than welcome, I'll update this thread whenever I make some decent progress.
  19. Hallo everybody, after reading all the time in this forum I want to introduce my not in all details finished Scania R730 6x2. For driving the Scania uses the Lego xl-motor. For steering the first and second achses I use the servo-motor. For the movement of the pistons in the fake v8-engine the Scania uses a l-motor. For all I use a rc! The batteriebox is in the back of the cabin, which I can lift. In the back of the Scania I installed an automatically closing clutch for trailer. Steffen
  20. ThinkCleverAndSmart

    Lego NextGen Scania Truck

    The Next Generation Scania was presented in August, and I knew that I was going to build it. I was hoping to be the first in the world to make this Next Generations Scania out of lego, and I think I am! Instructions is available at my site: https://sites.google.com/view/thinkcleverandsmart/lego-instructions?pageId=102920453997454125884 Video is on youtube:
  21. Hi Guys, I would like to share my 8x8 medium dump truck with you. The target was to create 8x8 dump truck with 4 differencials in compact size with good driving abilities. It drives quite well, but due to large amount of gears, even XL motor have some trubles (wont stop, but you can hear little bit) while steering/climbing, but I'm happy with result, even view could be better. Some info: Propulsion: 8x8 by PF XL Steering: 8x4 by PF Servo (different angle for second axle) 1 Differencial for each axle Dumping by 1 M motor. No suspension, but thanks to flexible body, it can go well over obstacle. Opanable doors I'm sorry for really bad quality pictures, will upload short video soon. What do you think?
  22. Hey guys. For the last couple of days I've been building on a new project: a Scania WLS. Dutch people may recognize this truck as the dutch military heavy transport truck, transporting containers and flatracks. Here a picture of the real thing: For now I got only a part of the chassis. I am satisfied with the front suspension, and the rear axle is nice and compact, but it has 4 tires per axle, so a differential was impossible at this scale. Also, it does have too much backlash in my opininion. If someone knows how to fix it, that will be nice! And in this scale, again, just like my previous truck, the wheels are too wide to add drive to it. I got some pics here, please comment if you got some tips! And oh, Steering isn't added yet, I found it quite complicated to do it right, I will work on it soon .
  23. Hello everyone, This time to introduce my new MOC RC Scania R730 V8 with topline, I had the chance to interview for Scania company, it is particularly produced this enhanced version of the R730. It uses two XL Motor for driving, and 1M Motor for steering. speed: 40cm/s weight: 2550g width: 21
  24. hello everyone, let me introduce my new moc : Fully RC G480 Crane Truck, it has over ten lego motor and 4 ir receiver. video ready ON: https://www.facebook.com/shineYucorner/videos