Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Ricco announced this week at technic.LEGO.com the Final winner, who won the Complete 2010 LEGO Technic Novelty Assortment.
The lucky and talented builder was Robin7520 with "The Space Driller".
From his description:
"this machine is made for rough terrain on strange planets. the front of the 1st part (caterpillar) collects alien rocks and on the 2nd part we have the drilling installation. it drills holes with a drillhead or laser. it has several pistons to move the drillarm. the whole is motorized."
Meanwhile it is open till the end of November, the votes to select the best model among the adult submissions.
Go and vote! On your favorite, and we will see next month who was the adult winner as well.
If you did not made it to the finalists this time, you can still join "The LEGO Technic Competition 2011". The second round coming next year.
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