Tuesday, July 2, 2013

41999 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition, building live stream event (Session I - Warm Up)

Tomorrow (2013.Jul.03, Wed) at 22:30 CEST*, we'll be live streaming the LEGO Technic 41999, 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition building!
This is the set resulting from 2012 LEGO Technic Competition, and you certainly won't want to miss it...



There will be also available a USTREAM chat window next to the live video, where you will be able to raise your questions and I'll try to answer them as soon as I can - please notice there is also a few seconds delay in the live broadcasting.
Please avoid entering your questions at TBs Facebook page, through comments to this post or sending them via e-mail, as I'll hardly be able to look at any other window, while building this beauty.

During the building process I'll also occasionally stop to take some photos, that will be used later for an offline TBs TechReview.
The live building presentation of this LEGO Technic novelty, will eventualy be split in more than one session. Further details to be communicated as needed.


Don't forget to join the party!




*) Use the link provided, to find the correspondent local time at your Time Zone.

4 comments:

Junkstyle Gio said...

Are you going to broadcast the build from the start or just the parts that everybody like to see.
Most of the viewers would be interrested in the build of the top and the winch..

Fernando Correia said...

If I find the time to build the chassis tonight! :)
Nevertheless that was my idea too!

AVCampos said...

I don't know what's the name of the set, but I don't think it's "Mobile Crane Mk II"... you might want to change the post's title. ;)

Fernando Correia said...

Think I was changing it the same time you wrote the comment...
Some one else also warned me about that.
Copy/paste... :P

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