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Exvacator DEC-24 Mk II on video
About this creation
Hi there everybody,

I finally have a video-camera 8-), so from now on I will include video's of my models so you can see them in action. Specially for this, I decided to rebuild my Excavator DEC-24 (and becauce I like it very much). It was already take apart to use the parts in other models (Yes, more stuff coming up). You can find the original model, instructions and more photo's here.

I rarely build something twice exactly the same, and since I aquired some additionsl PF-parts, I decided to add a few details. I bought a second PF wireless transmitter, so the remote-controller was rebuilt to include it. Now the excavator can move and slew at the same time. In the original model, this required swithing the channel on the PF transmitter.


I also had an extra set of lights, which i put on the boom.


The boom was extended 2 studs, because it was a little to short in the original model. I also changed the hose-configuration a bit.


Finally I chose a different colour-scheme which is a bit more conventional.


So here's the video I made:



Enjoy !!



Comments

 I like it 
  February 27, 2010
Wow, your attention to detail is staggering, as is the scale! That boom arm has me picking my jaw up off the floor. Nice build!
 I made it 
  January 13, 2010
Quoting lloyd meli this is amazing well done i wish i could build like that from a quick glance it looks real its just wow i love the way you mae the switches tilt left and right on the controller as well as going forward and backwards brilliant
Thanx. I can't be given all the credit for the joysticks, because the design for the right joystick was copied from an excavator which I found on www.setechnic.com (FSB002). The left joystick (which controlls a pneumatic switch vertically and a PF-switchhorizontally) was designed by myself.
 I like it 
  January 13, 2010
this is amazing well done i wish i could build like that from a quick glance it looks real its just wow i love the way you mae the switches tilt left and right on the controller as well as going forward and backwards brilliant
 I like it 
  January 12, 2010
fantastic build! it has so many different moving parts, I couldn't dream of building anything like this! this deserves a 6/5 at least.
 I made it 
  January 12, 2010
Quoting david drake this is a really cool build you have! It's so true to form, and with the automation, WOW! Very impressive!
Thanx. I tried to cover the technic-holes & studs as much as possible using tiles, panels & bricks to make it look as realistic as possible.
 I like it 
  January 12, 2010
this is a really cool build you have! It's so true to form, and with the automation, WOW! Very impressive!
 I like it 
  January 12, 2010
Nice work. looks are cool. great work with the pneumatics.
 
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