Hello evrybody! I want to share my project: Airfield Tug.
The idea to build something like this was the result of reflections on special equipment. But habitual excavators and cranes is not something that interested me, I wanted something unique. So it was decided to build the airfield tug. This is a very unusual car. They can be found only at airports or cargo terminals that require towing heavy loads. On public roads meet these monsters are unlikely to succeed.
|Fresia SP 300|
Studying their characteristics, concluded that the chassis must be AWD, lift cabin, steering on each axis should be individualized. And of course the mission is to be a big downgrade and maximum motorization. It took about a month to design and build the chassis.
In this project I used a linear dynamic range at all stages of construction, it saves a lot of time building. It is a pity that in this program there is still no L motor and servo motor, so you have to use dummies. And in renderers and did give them up.I hope Lego Group in the near future to fix it
|Drive circuit jacks and chassis|
And that's what happened in reality
During construction, I tried to repeat the most functional airfield tractor Schopf 300 series. The model has four-wheel drive with differential, steering each axis is independent. The front compartment is equipped with a lift. Also installed in the vehicle 4 along the perimeter of the jack as the original.
Weight - 2 kg
Number of pieces - 1800
Dimensions (L / W / H) 62/19/14 stud
2xL engine two-seater in the drive;
2xServo steering on each axis;
1xL engine - lift / drop the front of the cab;
1xL engine to drive the four jacks (Powered by PF switch);
2xIR receiver V2
Large battery box
LEDs in the headlights
LXF file HERE. Enjoy! :)