Here is the final episode about the Amazing Machine : a making of during the shooting.
Some months ago, Lego ask us to build something with the new 42082 – Rough Terrain Crane and we decide to make a big contraption machine. Here is the full story, second last episode, #4 : The Improvement.
A alternate model of the Lego #42082, features central articulation with steering wheel, 4×4 drivetrain with fake engine, rear pendular suspension, motorized raising and tilting fork, adjustable fork width and many opening elements.
A compact tracked loader featured powered tread, raised and tilted bucket with dual pivot boom in very small volume. With building instructions.
A small Motorized Wheel loader, featured drives, steering, light, lifted and tilted fork.
Here is a pro-building instructions of my wheel loader. Powered by Lpub4.0 and SR3D, the primary .mpd was built by blakbird, weel known for his renders.
A PFS crawler loader, with drive, lifted and tilted pneumatic bucket, thanks to Sariel’s autovalve. Including building instructions.
A skid steer loader, or rigid loader. Features drives and steering, and operated bucket (rising and tilting).
My most famous loader. Features drive, steering (with steering wheel), lifted and tilted bucket. Including building instructions.
My favorite One Set MOC from bulldozer 8275 I created. Equiped with drive, tilted and lifted bucket, only with part of 8275. Including MLcad building instructions.
I have forgotten to talk about my first loader : a pneumatic wheel loader, with steering and pneumatic arm.
Wheel loader built for “under 400 bricks MOC” contest at Setechnic.com. Features steering, lifted and tilted fork. Including building instructions.
Forest harvester with pneumatic arm, pendular front suspensions, steering, fake V6 engine and rotating turret. Second version is only built with 8436 parts.