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  1. Hello, I wanted to introduce myself with a few favorite mocs of mine. I discovered Lego technic a year ago and I love it. I had something similar when I was a kid, called “Constructor”. It was the same principal as technic beams (only the Constructor’s beams were half the width of Lego’s), connectors, plates… and used M4 bolts and nuts to connect instead of bushes. So I built tractors, trucks, cranes, trailers, etc. I started building my creations out of Lego in LDD because I don’t have real Legos, and I enjoy it very much. I built a bunch of them in the last 5 months. So far I published my creations on LDD gallery website, but that site went to shit, so a few days ago I transferred on rebrickable. I very recently discovered this community so I thought I share it here also, with you. Anyway here are my mocs in LDD, I hope that’s ok. https://rebrickable.com/users/pagicence/mocs https://bricksafe.com/pages/pagicence Mercedes Actros SLT Mercedes Arocs Crawler V2 Nooteboom Multydolly Nooteboom Euro Low-Loader Mercedes Arocs Timber Truck (mod) Volvo FMX 8x8 MAN Modular Truck Rock Crawler Black Buggy Naked Street Bike So, how did I do?
  2. [MOC] Tanker Rover

    FebRovery is on again! Now I came up with a Tanker Rover. FebRovery Tanker - Front by Kamal Muftie Yafi, on Flickr FebRovery Tanker - Rear by Kamal Muftie Yafi, on Flickr More information in my blog!
  3. This is my biggest technic creation (so far). It's trying to be a Tatra 813 8x8 truck, with a shorter cab. 2 XL motors provide traction for all wheels and an M motor steers the 2 front axles. For now it will remain like this, as it will enter the Rolug Winter Trial Truck contest and needs to be as light as possible, but after the contest I'd like to continue working on it. I think it would be a good off-road tow truck/mobile crane or a drill rig carrier 20180123_190938 by tamas lapsanszki, on Flickr 20180103_090528 by tamas lapsanszki, on Flickr 20180101_003044 by tamas lapsanszki, on Flickr 20180101_002001 by tamas lapsanszki, on Flickr
  4. Got 8270 together with some other sets and parts. Got idea, how to use crane part from 8270. Main idea is tow truck. First chassis to make it more interesting, I made liftable axle other two wheels on each side can also swing started yesterday in the evening. Had good progress today built up crane/lifter part also made gearbox, the same HOG thing will be used for steering and for lifting rear axle I think, there will be "europe" type cabin. I won't fit nice longnose on that gearbox.
  5. No Lego without plastic and plastics are created by the chemistry industry. The model has several processing machinery and a laboratory. The products can be loaded to either rail and road vehicles with the loading station. Should you like the model, please consider voting for it Lego Ideas. The goal is 10.000 votes and voting is free: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/95fff097-fcaf-4aa4-a8e8-6efebce91ed1
  6. Afte the success of the Jaguar XJR19 Le Mans prototype (of which I will still to the photos of the complete model, and instructions) I decided to do a new WIP. Again it's a model I've prototyped over the last month and will now do the second, hopefully better buildup. And again, I will use a photo of an existing vehicle as my inspiration, but it won't be an exact scale model. I use the photo as inspiration and will deviate where needed for the functions (and it will be needed, because i want a 4-function switch box similar to 8258). It's this truck. It's called Foremost Delta 3 Wheeled Carrier and it seems to come in several configurations, one of which has the crane below. On this picture, it's not finished, because outriggers seem to be missing. Several other pictures of the same model show that it has one set of outriggers near the crane. My other source of inspiration will be set 42070. I want to make something with a similar size, which will be in a way "my own take on that set's theme", i.e. "off-road truck with crane". (That's all I will use from that set). So I'm thinking of something in the range of about 2000 pieces. (In practice though, it will always turn out to be more.) Another thing: the colors will be very different. My first prototype was obediently yellow, but when I arrived at the cabin I wanted to deviate a bit, so I threw some less-used colors in the mix, and went for Dark Turquoise with Black for the cabin, and consequently also for the crane and bed. The chassis will be Dark Gray and for the body I am torn between Yellow and Red (main reason being the colored axles I want to use, for example for the ladders). I will be copying the crane from 8258 (with different colors), because that one seems perfect for the scale and type. But everything else will be different. I will be using Tumbler wheels. The profile is not exact but the shape and size seems fine. Also, currently I have only 4, so I will temporarily be using someting else for the front (interestingly, the Porsche wheels have the same diameter and width). I started with two important modules: The one on the left is the 4-function gearbox and crane base, and the one on the right is the rear axle unit. What I like personally is how a 4-way gearbox and outriggers using the new gear rack pieces introduced in 42043 fit in a pretty compact module. Here's the gearbox unit from below. The dark-gray axle joiner is the motor input. I plan on using my newly acquired L-motor. Here's the rear-axles module: Each axle is mounted on two 1x5 suspension arms and two 1x6 links. These 4 keep the axle in place and nicely horizontal. The free ball-sockets near each wheel will connect to the springs. Also, as you see, with the parts used, doing this part in dark-gray seems impossible... Of course, the 15L beams will be replaced by the chassis. It will be a challenge to get this strong though, because the gearbox module has some gears in the way, so little room to connect things firmly. The functions I want to have: Manual steer and drive (so no RC) Electric crane rotation Electric crane first boom element Electric crane second boom element Electric outrigger horizontal deployment Manual outrigger vertical deployment (similar to many sets) Suspension It's not as impressive as 42070's six electric functions in three modes and four nice large-range outriggers, but instead of that, this will have suspension. Next up will be connecting the two modules, and doing the front axle and steering modules.
  7. [MOC] Construction mini Truck Tutorial

    Hi Everybody, I want to show you my LEGO MOC Construction mini Truck. This Tutorial shows, how you can build the Truck with LEGO:
  8. Hi Everybody, I want to show you my LEGO MOC Army Missile Launcher. This Tutorial shows, how you can build the Truck with LEGO:
  9. So most everyone i've seen likes to add drive to their front axles. I'm having trouble building a dead front axle for my truck. I'm no good at steering geometry either. Here's what i've come up with so far. Right now it works for what it is, but could use improvement. If anyone has any ideas or links, please share. I'll try to add some pics.
  10. [MOC] Army Cargo Truck Version 2

    Hi Everybody, I want to show you my LEGO Army Cargo Logistic Truck Version 2:
  11. [MOC] Air Force Tractor Unit Truck

    Hi Everybody, I want to show you my LEGO Air Force Mack DM 600 Tractor Unit Truck:
  12. Army Cargo Truck

    Hi Everybody, I want to show you my LEGO Army Cargo Truck:
  13. Hi Everybody, I want to show you my Army Rocket Launcher Truck Transporter. This Instruction Tutorial shows, how you can build the Truck with LEGO. I used Tan & White Bricks for the Truck, to show the winter - snow digital camoflage
  14. Hi Everybody, I want to show you my Army Rocket Launcher Truck Transporter. This Instruction Tutorial shows, how you can build the Truck with LEGO. I used Tan & White Bricks for the Truck, to show the winter - snow digital camoflage
  15. Hi Everybody, I want to show you my Army Tank Transporter Truck. This Instruction Tutorial shows, how you can build the Truck with LEGO.
  16. Hello everyone! EDIT: Review added So, it is time for the review! A while back, after seeing Ingmar Mack Granite, I thought it could be interesting to try it into TECHNIC. Sadly, I failed miserably…until this year because I succeeded in obtaining a bonnet good enough. The model taken for inspiration is an axle back Granite, the GU813: Of course, I could have done an axle forward one, but it would have been more difficult to put the LED lights and I think the axle back is more representative (from what I saw in Quebec). This truck has a classic configuration but this was intended. Some specifications: - 1/17 scale model - Steering by a Servo motor - Drive by 2 L motors - Working steering wheel - Working fake 6 cylinders engine - Lockable fifth wheel allowing steered trailers - Rear coupling for oversize transport - And obviously opening doors and bonnet Here are some photos taken between two rains: I have not decided to fully detail the functions here as the video looks sufficient to me. But if you want more, let me know There is a digital file. I am sorry if it looks messy but did not figure out how to put some parts together … Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy this model! Any advice or comment are welcome Older post: After a long time without any MOC, I succeeded in replicating the shape of the granite axle back hood. Here are some photos. I apologise for the poor quality witch gives a worse look than in real life. The model will be driven by 2 L motors and steered by a Servo motor (and of course LEDs lights in front and rear). It will have the basic 6x4 configuration as I have not found any piece of information about a 6x6 version... Thing is that I don’t really know witch solution to choose: - Springless rear tandem suspension and front pendular axle; - No suspension at all but transmission ultra reinforced for maximum torque (a bit like Designer Han trucks); It would be really kind from you to give your feedback Have a good day!
  17. Motorcity - Toxic Waste Truck ------------------------------------- Well Folks here it is,the Toxic waste Truck with Trailer that was inspired by the Artwork and Style of the old Disney XD Show "Motorcity". motorcity-Brandon-2-759x1024 The Truck is a bulky Cab over Engine Semi with a remarkably short Wheelbase (the Lego Model is prone to tipping over without the attached Trailer :D). The Wasteland of tomorrow is a tough Place and so the Vehicles need to be tough,too.A narrow Windshield and an overall armored Appearance make this Truck look rigid enough to survive pretty much everything. While the Truck rolls on conventionally enforced Rubber Tyres,the Toxic Waste Trailer relies on Repulsor Pads for a smooth Ride.Of course the Trailer can only be moved with a Powersource attached to it (most Cases a motorized Vehicle attached to the Trailer will do as a Powersource). The rigid Cage around the actual Tank provides Protection from all sorts of Threads like Road Pirates,Mines or falling Rocks. IMG_20171211_191609 IMG_20171211_191634 IMG_20171211_191704 IMG_20171211_191735 IMG_20171211_191748 IMG_20171211_191808 IMG_20171211_191821 IMG_20171211_191842 IMG_20171211_191906 IMG_20171211_192015 IMG_20171211_192048 IMG_20171211_192428 Hope you Guys like this crazy Build,it was really Fun to design and build. Comments are always welcome.
  18. Cement Mixer MODs

    I've modded both set 7990 Cement Mixer and 60018 Cement Mixer in order to match the styles. In my mind, this would be the cement mixers being produced by the same manufacturer and given different paint jobs.
  19. Mountain rescue

    I don't know if this is the right thread, but i hope so.. These are my latest creation, two 4x4 truck used for rescue of mountain climbers and hikers, the one on the right equipped whit a winch, helpful on difficult path, while the one on the left is a dog unit for search under an avalanche. I hope you like them
  20. Hello everyone, I am quite new here as well as Lego world, but I am very happy to introduce my first MOC which spent more than 2 months to complete - Mercedes Benz Arcos Tractor Truck. At first let's check some parameters of this MOC: Length: 36cm Width: 18cm Height: 25cm Parts: around 2500, 100% Lego genius PF: XL motor x1, Servo motor x1, IR receiver x1, IR controller x1, Big Battery box x1 Pneumatics: 1x6 Pump x1, 1x5 Cylinder x1, 2x11 Cylinder x1, Switch x2 I was inspired by building Muuss's MOC based on 42043 B mode. After that I thought why don't I improve something to make it more powerful and beautiful, that's why this MOC could happens. I didn't use too many rare parts, most of the parts(approx 90%) can be found from 42043 and 42029. The truck body has 19 studs width and 29 studs height, so I used 81.6x38mm wheels to compare the size. Rear axle has driving by XL motor and front axle has steering by Servo motor. There are 4 yellow absorbers in front axle and 2 in rear. The head of truck is controlled by pneumatic to open and close. The trailer locker is controlled by pneumatic as well. I didn't use PF to control the pneumatic pump because lacking of the PF You may have to manually do the pumping and switching. I put pneumatic hoses, switches and pump into black box at the back of head together with IR receiver. One switch is controlling switch cylinder on head and trailer, another is controlling cylinder open and close. It looks pretty tidy and easy to control. Some details from different position. There are not so many gear drives inside the truck so I guess you can easily build your own truck like this. I didn't have chance to make any instruction on it, but you can refer the photos as inspiration for your own build, I believe it will not be too difficult. I used my 4 years old son to have a real size comparison so you might have an idea on how big it is Check the video below for more information of this build. Hope you like it. https://www.youtube.com/embed/TfpBNqm2QJk Edit: I am not familiar on how to insert video on youtube, can only attach the URL...
  21. Well,the "build a futuristic Vehicle"-Bug bit me again and i checked i Folder of cool Scifi Artworks for Inspiration. I found this Artwork of a Toxic Waste Truck with Trailer from the Cartoon Show "Motorcity" and i really liked it,so i gave it a go. motorcity-Brandon-2-759x1024 The Truck itself is pretty much done,but i´m having trouble designing the protective Cage for the toxic Waste Tank. concept concept #1 concept #3 Maybe one of you Guys have a good Idea.It doesn´t have to look exactly like in the Artwork,just a rugged Rollcage similar to the one in the Artwork would be okay. concept #4 I uploaded the lxf File just in Case: https://www.mediafire.com/file/zcvo2f8185kcfrz/concept.lxf
  22. Wanted to add the Lego pickup set 40083 to my winter village. Was not into Lego when was available and the aftermarket $50 plus price is bit high IMO. Recently purchased 40 lbs of bulk Lego for $200. Was able to create this truck from these bricks. Now have to find a use for 39.75 lbs of Lego. Good problem to have. Think for my first moc came out pretty good. Grill is almost exactly like 40083. Believe the truck bed side rails are not Lego (Mega Blocks). Everything else is (Bulk bricks were about 5~10% Mega Blocks. Like the flared fenders. Only had parts to build in white, would have like to have the truck body a contrasting color. Was torn between building a bed for the truck or just making it a flat bed. Planning on getting the winter cottage some day, as it has a flat bed truck thought I would build something different.
  23. «Mad Max for kids». I’d like to present a truck, named ‘Beast’, from the old Australian TV series ‘Thunderstone’ - XL for drive - Servo for steering - LED to lighten the cube + PF switch - LiPo for power - IR-receiver for remote control - Opening doors, trailer roof - Turning radar That's how the original one looks:
  24. I have build a dump truck withe the 8258. But my problem is That the linear actuator isn't strong enouth with a down geard XL motor. Is there a diference when I use two LA's? or are there LA's who where stronger?
  25. I would like to share my latest creation - 8x2 truck with crane. This is the picture that inspired me: I started with cabin and chasis and I was not sure what kind of truck I want in the end. I was sure about one thing - not to make overcomplicated build so 8x4 dump truck was on my mind for most of the time. But then I have seen a website with cranes and the one above is very nice so it was set. I love pneumatics so this was an obvious choice. I have of course took the picture as purely inspirational, this is not meant as exact copy. Features: 3 steered axles, each with different ratio and all of them with ackerman geometry - I just love the small ball joint hubs. 3rd axle drives fake V6 engine (1:3 ratio) cabin with openable doors, openable front grill and it can tilt to reveal engine extendable outridges (6 studs), all operated simultaneously by knob behind the cab and pneumatic foots. They can lift the whole truck but they bend under the weight. 3 section crane with extendable 3rd section and winch. The crane itself is quite powerful, the limit is the winch. Slew is controlled by knob behind the turntable. huge amount of tubbing, almost 3,5 meters IMGP5104 by Ivan Moc IMGP5107 by Ivan Moc IMGP5108 by Ivan Moc IMGP5111 by Ivan Moc IMGP5112 by Ivan Moc IMGP5114 by Ivan Moc IMGP5115 by Ivan Moc IMGP5116 by Ivan Moc