Monday, October 20, 2008

Some more stuff, from LEGOWORLD 2008

Just a short post on some detail images, about the large TECHNIC panels, appearing ont the Dumper Truck (8264) which includes six of them.

And why not to show here also,... an 8294 (Excavator) MOD that I brought with me, to exhibit.
It features 5 integrated PF M-Motors, PF lights e 3 IR Receivers for fully remote control (left and right tread groups, cab rotation, boom and bucket plus dipper arm).
And of course, the rubber belts.
But wait a few days more, and you will see more about anti-slipping solutions for TECHNIC treads.

Anyway, still some improvements required on this MOD.


Anonymous said...

On the left picture you can also see the 3x3 T beam. I believe there is also one in the nose between the two yellow 2x4 beams.


Anonymous said...

Aside from some interesting and new parts this set really doesn't have a whole lot to offer. Did anyone notice if it had any pistons under its certainly has enough room for one.

Anonymous said...

There IS room for a "fake" motor. The problem is that there is not enough room for a drive-train. This is because the LA and PF-motor are in the way.


Alex Campos said...

Nice! I don't know what was harder: cramming all those motors and battery box(es) in the frame in a way to allow them to connect to the mechanisms, or wiring everything without tangling anything!

But I don't understand one thing: why are two PF connectors at the nearest plug? Do you have two sets of lights?

TechnicBRICKs said...

No there is no pistons motor, under this bonnet.
Instead, there's some part that I wasn't able to identify... Maybe some Bionicle part.

Later I'll publish some more pictures and video into a new post.

The only sets that got a piston motor are:
- 8256 Super Kart (1 piston)
- 8262 Quad Bike (2 pistons)

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