LEGO set database: Robot. Set number: ; Name: Robot; Also known as: Robot That Folds Down; Set type: Normal; Theme group: Technical. Set was released in and was the only set available that year. This set is a truck which features rack and pinion steering. When a crank in the rear is. Find great deals for Lego Technic Robot From HTF. Shop with confidence on eBay!.
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The smaller version is definitely better in my opinion. It looks much less “open”, and the use of colors is better as well more gray, less black. Great build, well done: It’s definitely one of my favorites. Yet i feel it misses some of the ‘facial exp ression’ of the original. This one looks a bit clueless. There are so many great entry so far, but this is mine number 1 right now Barman: I haven’t been here a wail, but there are some very interesting new mini models entered.
Competition will be tough! It really brings out the best in builders. Last week I finally had an idea how to make the steering functional. I had a solution, but this was very bulky and the model lost a lot of it’s cuteness. I have already taken photo’s for the presentation. Now I need to make time for the edditing process.
This is the hard part and not me speciality.
I have a nice plan to demonstrate all the functions. For this I need a photo editor program that I don’t have and need legi learn the software, which takes time Recently I have been working on a Mini model myself for which I needed a compact steering mechanism. I would have never thought of rotating the rack by 90 degrees. I guess that sets apart the gifted builders from the mediocre ones. Very cool steering solution, I like the Mini even more now that it has that function from his big brother too and in the same style no less.
I’m so glad you added steering, and in the same way as the original going through the body as you open close it. Very nice to see the 90 degree change to the rack What happened to the hero legl hands? Mediocre ones come up with good idea’s all 8825 time. The gifted learn form them as well. If you mean the thing in the back ground, that is a arm 8582 for a star fighter thingy transformer.
This is one of leego first arm prototypes which has been laying 882 for a couple of years now. About 2 weeks ago I was playing with it and decided to make the left one as well to see the bigger picture. It was just in the frame. I have quit a view of old idea’s laying on the corner of my desk Mini by Barman76on Flickr.
This is for me the first time I edited photo’s using layers an other neat stuff. This toke a lot of hours getting to know the program and even more time editing all the photo’s. Getting the photo’s right wasn’t as easy as I though.
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There have been many re-shoots to get the different photo to overlay lrgo. Fixing the back axle and steering was a great help in reducing the movement of the car during transformation. Thanks to Jim and the rest of the Eurobricks team for making this possible and: This is really great work.
One of my favorites. Each lefo I had a new favorite and seeing this great entry I am lost again. And your promotional image is spot on.
It’s MOCs like yours take make it worth every minute of our time.
Yes, it’s going to be difficult choosing the best entry, there are so many awesome models. I do have a couple of favorites, but still it’s a hard choice. Depending on to time I have still have a lot to do for the upcoming eventsbut It would be great if I could build a couple of models and show them on Skaerbaek and Legoworld the Netherland.
That’s the problem with rushing thinks to get it done For the people how want to build one there own, here is the LDD file link. I might have a crack at it this weekend.
Barman, your part list doesn’t match you model. You have replaced the shoulder leggo with this one http: As we say in Holland “I will see it through the fingers”. I know, but this part is a bit ugly in the model. This part is too new for LDD so I used the older one. Most people will have this part. With this I am keeping the 852 with general parts. I am going to make a picture instructions on Flickr and there I will show that both parts can be used.
I oego give the options. If you paid attention to my entry you lfgo that I didn’t redo the parts list with the new part. I just wasn’t in the mood for that You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Prev 1 2 Next Page 2 of 2. Posted June 20, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
Posted June 21, edited. Edited June 21, by Erik Leppen. Posted June 21, What a nice little model. Must start working legp my own entry. Posted June 27, Not overly familiar with the original but I love these. Posted July 20, Hello everyone, The deadline is approaching so time the pick up this project.
The photo with all the parts is also done and it just under the With parts in total. Posted July 21, I really like your steering mechanism.
It’s basically a mini transformer! Posted July 30, Cutting it a bit close, but finally was able to make the official entry. Posted July 31, It’s going to be a toght job choosing between all those lovely entries. Tonight I will start making building instructions for the mini robot. I think you made an error in length measurment, its 15,4 cm? Anyway good entry, very nostalgic.
Posted July 31, edited. Posted August 1, As we say in Holland “I will see it through the fingers” Or you could photoshop the parts image to reflect the right BoM. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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