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  1. Hello, all, I'd like to present you my third MOC: A lego technic Wall.E This MOC was motivated by Lego ideas wall e 21303. Since there is hardly any room left for motorized aside from the 2 tracks, I decided to make a motorized technic version from stretch. The goal is to make a motorized version as small as possible while packing enough motorized functions. The end result is a little bigger than the ideas one. It uses 7 motors and 2 Sbricks in total. The Sbricks can be substituted by 4 IR receivers of course. Though some parts at the back of the model need to be removed for the additional receivers. The motorized functions are: 2xL motors for propulsion (one for each track) 1xL motor for head rotation 1xL motor for head pitch 1xM motor for body lifting 2xM motor for the arms 1xAAA battery box It has some manual functions too: Like the ideas one, both arms can be moved back and forward. Since its arms are based on the large LA, they can extend and retract. It has three fingers on each hand. Its cargo door can be opened by hand, however, the cargo space are taken by the battery. Photo instructions and RB link is here: http://rebrickable.c...o-technic-walle Video: (please let me know if you can not watch the video) Now, photo time! I was trying to make it stand-able, but the result is not very good. The body can only be lifted by 4 units or so. The difference is showed below: Here is it comparing with 21303: Some details: The cargo bay is a little crowded... The motors used to control its head movement are part of its head structure. By doing this, 3 M motors, the battery box, the body lift mechanism and 2 Sbricks can fits in its body. The underside is very simple: More photos can be found at: Hope you like it. Thanks for watching.