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Freedom Gundam/Strike Gundam Frame
Once you have this frame, you truly possess all my mecha building secrets :) This is the frame that I used to build the Freedom Gundam and the Strike Gundam with. It is essentially an overgrown Third Generation Frame with a swivelling waist and spots for mounting skirt armor. In the Strike Gundam, I substituted the exo-force forearms for more izzo-style ones. Other than that there is no difference.
About this creation
Mecha built off this frame:

ZGMF-X10A Freedom Gundam
GAT-X105 Strike Gundam
(XXXG-01HC Gundam Heavyarms Custom)


Front view



Side view



Rear View



View of shoulder assembly



View of hip assembly



Underside of hip assembly



View of ankle assembly



Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  October 28, 2012
Thanks
 I made it 
  August 26, 2012
Quoting Jack Han Where are the hand pieces from?
Some old bionicle sets.
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  August 25, 2012
Where are the hand pieces from?
  April 21, 2012
i can not even begin to explain how great full i am that you posted frames, this helps me a lot! Thank you! :)
 I made it 
  July 12, 2011
Quoting Marcus Jackson I really like the LDD version of this, it's great. By the way, I was wondering if This frame would work for the Aegis Gundam. I've mixed parts of this frame and the one you've used on the heavyarms and other gundams. I'm just curious to know if it would work.
I haven't made a great study of the design of the Aegis Gundam, so I can't say with great certainty whether this is the frame you want. But I can definitely tell you that, as long as the transformation does not require any hinges at the waist (the waist does not open during transformation), then it should be fine for virtually any kind of Gundam you want. The one exception to this would be the Gaia or Destroy Gundams, as they have strangely articulated legs.
 I like it 
  July 12, 2011
I really like the LDD version of this, it's great. By the way, I was wondering if This frame would work for the Aegis Gundam. I've mixed parts of this frame and the one you've used on the heavyarms and other gundams. I'm just curious to know if it would work.
 I made it 
  July 4, 2011
Quoting leon lara do u have a ldd ver. of this frame?
Its right at the bottom of all the pics.
 I like it 
  July 4, 2011
do u have a ldd ver. of this frame?
 I made it 
  May 15, 2011
Quoting leon lara wat kinda gundams can you make using this frame?
You can make any gundams that don't require transformations, like Zeta, or Arios. You can make any gundams that don't have core fighters, such as RX-78-2, GP01 or Double Zeta. Other than that, this works in most cases.
 I like it 
  May 15, 2011
wat kinda gundams can you make using this frame?
 I made it 
  February 7, 2011
Quoting Kevs mi I've been looking for this - thank you!
Glad you were able to find it!
 I like it 
  February 7, 2011
I've been looking for this - thank you!
 I made it 
  November 22, 2010
Quoting Wyatt Jonson hey dude i rely like the disign better than one i can make
Thanks! Feel free to use it if you like!
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  November 22, 2010
hey dude i rely like the disign better than one i can make
 I like it 
  April 10, 2010
Had another question. Do you find the legs to be too far spread apart? I'm currently experimenting with the same joints that connect the legs to the body (exoforce I think) and they seem to be rather wide. Thanks
 I made it 
  April 3, 2010
Quoting Josiah Tsang I was wondering, are the feet wobbly because it looks like there's two points of pivot at the ankles (the ball joint and the technique pins connecting it).
Surprisingly, they are not wobbly at all. You are correct that there are two points of pivot, but the ankles don't collapse because the feet have a wide enough surface area to distribute the weight properly. Their only real limitation is the amount of weight that the ball joints themselves can bear (which is still quite a bit).
 I like it 
  April 3, 2010
I was wondering, are the feet wobbly because it looks like there's two points of pivot at the ankles (the ball joint and the technique pins connecting it).
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  April 3, 2010
I was wondering, are the feet wobbly because it looks like there's two points of pivot at the ankles (the ball joint and the technique pins connecting it).
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  March 14, 2010
AGGHHHH! Building my m1-astray red is toughf! It keeps topleling over and i dont have money for bricklink!
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  August 23, 2009
and that, kids, is how it's done. lol great use of even the simplest of parts to make something awesome. I might use something like this in the future.
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  August 23, 2009
cool!!!! nice frame please check out my new mech.
 
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