Monday, March 29, 2010

Week TechVideo, 2010 #12 - LEGO conveyor belt trailer (self unloading)

Just found it interesting and a pretty original function, built with LEGO Technic.

One truck trailer with a belt conveyor, which can be filled with approx. 20 Kg of beans and unloads itself within 12 minutes.
It is part from a 1:13 scale model of a DAF 95XF truck designed by Dennis Bosman (legotrucks).

You can read all about this model, built in 2002, at 'LEGO Trucks & Heavy Equipment' website, where you will find also lot more about other Dennis' creations (Trucks and Construction Machinery).

And of course, Dennis was also featured in my favorite TBs post.


Tobbe Arnesson said...

Dennis makes (made?) some truly stunning models.

Anonymous said...

That truck is (or was) full of beans...I meant that in a good way, of course. ;)

Seriously, it's a really cool model, and I wish LEGO would release something quite like it.

-Toa Of Justice

legotrucks said...

Thanks for the comments. Is not 'mades' but still make ;-)

Here's a new one:

Last year I didn't built that much but since autumn last year I'm working on new projects.

BR, Dennis

TechnicBRICKs said...

Great to see you here Dennis!

Keep building such great models. :)

Tobbe Arnesson said...

Glad to hear you're still bricking Dennis!

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