Sunday, September 2, 2012

Week TechVideo, 2012 #35 - Sennebogen 683R Telescopic Crane

Earlier this year, dfs473 has posted a video and some photos from his Sennebogen 683R Telescopic Crane. Since then I got in love with that telescopic boom... He managed to build it in a very pleasant way - always a difficult task to make a 3 section telescopic boom like this, in a compact size, nice looking and fully functional.

Well done!



This model features 8 functions with 9 PF motors:
  • 1x M-motor: Left track
  • 1x M-motor: Right track
  • 1x M-motor: Extends tracks
  • 1x M-motor: Rotates super structure
  • 2x M-motors: Winch
  • 1x XL-motor: Raises crane
  • 1x XL-motor: Extends boom's 2nd section
  • 1x M-motor: Extends boom's 3rd section

The model also features manual tilt of the cabin, but probably the most surprising and unseen function into a LEGO Technic model, as far as I remember to have seen, is the horizontal tracks extension, to increase footprint and stability while lifting huge payloads (see it in action at 0:29').

You may find additional photos from this model, at dfs473's flickr and Brickshelf accounts.


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2 comments:

Superolo said...

Well done. Nice telescopic boom and expanding tracks.

I think that the constructor has been inspired by this Liebherr LTR 1100 tracked crane published over 2 years ago? http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=429968
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQG1X_VJYjk

Fernando Correia said...

@Superolo

That's a massive Liebherr!!
I even have the author subscribed on YT, but don't remember to have seen this video. :P

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