Monday, July 7, 2014

Building Instructions for 2H2014 LEGO Technic sets, available at technic.LEGO.com

The upcoming 2H2014 LEGO Technic sets and respective PDF documents with the building instructions were added today at technic.LEGO.com website.
This time everything seems to have went fine at first. The instructions are available for both the main and alternate models, and everything seems complete with no files mixed-up.
Even one of the errors reported was meanwhile fixed in these digital versions of the building instructions!

You can download the documents from the official website, or from the links below.














  • 42024 (Main Model - Customized Pick up Truck)
    Book 1/2 (10,1MB)
    Book 2/2 (14,9MB)










  • 42030 (Main Model - Remote-Controlled VOLVO L350F Wheel Loader)
    Book 1/1 (49,0MB)





  • 42030 (B-Model - Remote-Controlled VOLVE A25F Articulated Hauler)
    Book 1/3 (47,3MB)
    Book 2/3 (46,6MB)
    Book 3/3 (69,4MB)




Now it shouldn't take too long to get these selling in the market.

5 comments:

Dave said...

I'm in shock -- The Lego Group has published a complete set of PDF Building Instructions for all of its upcoming models, BEFORE the 2-for-1 sets are sold to the public! They must have hired a new Webmaster, or I'm dreaming.... :0

Fernando Correia said...

@Dave


Indeed something might have changed for better.
Hope it was not just luck! :)

kABUSE said...

42030 has V1 receivers?!

Quite annoying.

Fernando Correia said...

@kaBUSE

Yes it has. Technic team has commented it was the choice because it the most adequate for the PF elements setup in this model.

kABUSE said...

Okay I just thought so because afaik in the manual of my 9398 the V2 was printed onto the receiver. Here the surface is left blank.

Good to hear. I'll consider buying it.

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