Sunday, June 12, 2011

Week TechVideo, 2011 #23 - Manta helicopter with dual intermeshing rotors

Milan Reindl (grohl), member of (Czech LEGO forum), presented his futuristic Manta Lego Technic Police Helicopter, that he built for the LEGO Technic Challenge round last May.

Main characteristic of this model, it is the dual intermeshing rotor, a quite distinctive type of helicopters.

Model's features are:
  • 48.5cm long, future Police helicopter. 
  • Dual intermeshing 36cm rotors
  • 7cm push propeller, powered by one PF M-motor
  • Propeller can move to the left right by means of one micro motor.
  • Retractable landing gear
  • Working lights
  • Opening cockpit and side doors
  • Rescue winch
  • Powered with PF rechargeable battery

You can find more photos from this, at Brickshelf grohl's folder.

Well done!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is an awesome model! It reminds me very much of the Agents Aerial Defense Unit (#8971).

-Toa Of Justice

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