Wednesday, December 26, 2007

TBs Week TechVideo, 2007 #52 - Killer Dozers by Philo

This week highlight...

Philo built a pair of Killer Dozers from a TECHNIC Bulldozer set (8275) plus one additional Battery Box and one RC Handset.
Plenty of imagination and fun!


video

A very interesting way to control movement with just one motor and one remote channel, so the 2nd ones could be available to control the lifting mechanism.
See all the details at Philo's website!




1 comment:

AVCampos said...

It's a kind of return to the Competition sub-theme, and quite special because it requires little more than the pieces of a single set!
I'm sure it's fun as hell to play, and, expanding on a comment about the 8275 I saw on Brickset, instead of chasing the cat around we can now gang up on him! Heh heh heh!

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