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  1. Hi everyone, for my first TC contest I will participiate I decided to build a dragline excavator/steam shovel/??? (how do you even call those things?). How it should be: Progress: (Sorry for the poor photo) I realized that it's quite difficult to build in a determinated size without becoming too big or small but I'll try to build small enough. Thanks for reading.
  2. I decided to build a concrete pump for the first contest I enter. I see such vehicles regularly on construction sites, so I think this vehicle should be ok for the contest. It will be inspired by the model of the Liebherr 42 XXT: This is my progress so far: Thanks for reading and any comment is much appreciated!
  3. My entry for TC22: Wille Loader Based on Wille Machines 35L x 13W x 17H = 7735, stud^3 Features: - Drive (L-motor) - Articulated steering (M-motor + 2x linear actuator) - Bucket lift (L-motor) - Bucket tilt (L-motor) - Front and rear lights (2x LED) - LiPo-battery - 2x IR-receiver Video: More photos: Rebrickable page: Sorry for being late, got really lost in time. Thanks the admins for letting me join anyway
  4. Hi, It's my first time to join the Eurobricks Contest. When I read the details of the TC22 Contest, this MOC (CAT Skid Steer Loader) was already WIP for months. My last tune is to tackle the size restriction (10000 cubic studs). Finally it's done and the main features are: - Total no. of pieces is around 900 - Around 1/16 to 1/17 scale; works well with the 42114 Volvo Articulated Hauler - 4WD with a modified transverse subtractor by Sariel ( - Requires a BuWizz 1.0/2.0 or CaDA or Mould King remote battery hub - PF L Motor for the main driving - PF M Motor for the steering - PF M Motor for the bucket lifting - PF M Motor for the bucket tilting - Movable cabin - Bucket is swappable to a pallet fork or a larger bucket - Detailed cockpit and driver seat The size is 20.5 x 17 x 28.5 = 9932.25 cubic studs More pictures at: Video uploaded:
  5. I'm already building one grader, but larger. Also, when thinking about this contest, I was thinking about good use of those tires from VW T2 camper, which (just tires) I had bought some time ago. So I decided to build some smaller grader. So far I have this So almost ready front part. Front axle has swinging suspension, of course, it has steering, then there is blade with some functions - rotation, level adjustment on each side, so it can be also at some angle, and blade can change its position sideways. And yes, there are parts with excellent color consistency from siān. It is some 13 wide (blade rotated). Lenght will be around 345, so I have some 17 studs left for height.
  6. SK800 This is the Ditch Witch SK800, one of my favorite pieces of construction equipment that I have used. It is a very reliable and durable machine that can be configured with a number of different attachments for different purposes. I have used these fun machines with augers, forklifts, grapples, bucket scoops, and pavement saws over the years while working with a number of different companies. This model will be manual. I will try to have the tracks drive a piston engine under the hood, linear actuators will drive the arms, attachment tilt, and I think I'll be adding my favorite attachment, a grapple claw. WIP photos: [TC22] WIP SK800 [TC22] WIP SK800