A technic helicopter that I designed for competition “take the challenge” on the official lego website. Features rotating and swiveling main rotor, and rotating tail rotor. Including building instruction.

The construction was really classic. The frame supports all the components. The handle on the left is used to rotate the rotors. The mechanism of swiveling is composed of two main parts. The first is the part used for swivel on the right/left directions. It’s composed of a axle which pushes or pulls a 9L connecting rod  connected to the main rotor. The second part is used to swivel on the forward/backward directions. It’s composed of a connecting rod 6L which pushes or pulls the slide system, and with a 45°-oriented liftarm transforms the movement to the main rotor.

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Building Instructions

I have made pro building instructions using MLcad and Lpub. As usual, you can buy it for 5€ and then download the instruction immediately. Here is the complete bill of material in picture file :

But you can also checked it on rebrickable (or make any export you want)

Want to check before if you can build the Helicopter ? The Helicopter has been indexed to Rebrickable.com, the website which matchs your parts with mocs !

By using the next up paypal button, you will get the pro-building instruction in PDF for 5€.

- Get the building instructions for 5€

After your payment, click on “return to MocShop” and wait for the redirection, you will be redirected directly on the PDF file. If you browser can read the PDF, please wait until the end of the download (it can take some minutes) and after save it on your computer. Please Note that this page will be opened only one time so please be patient to download and saves you copy of the PDF. If your browser can not read the PDF, you will be ask to save it directly on your computer. If you have trouble to download your copy of the PDF after payment, please contact me using the “About Page”. Note that you can print it, but not copy or distribute. Many thank you for supporting my work :)

Sampe of the instructions :

Designed in 2010

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