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Team: Terrorificante Triangulo Diabolico. 2010 moc Athalon catagory: Real vehicle.
About this creation

Hi I'm Leda-Face. You might remember me from such films as The Texas Chainsaw Snowman Massacre, Leda Wars Trilogy and that other trilogy that some guy did...
But enough about me. I am here today to teach you about the Work Assist Vehicle, or WAVE.
Lets take a look:


Side view.


Front view.


Back view.


... angled view.


I use the wave everyday at work so I know it as well as I know my chainsaw. Come with me and I'll show you how to operate it.


These are the gates at the back of the cage. You must ensure they are both closed before you drive it, we do not want anybody falling out.


There are two foot pads on the floor. These are like sensors. Both feet must be placed evenly on these pads or the wave will not move.


Now lets try it out.


Remember to close the gates!


There are 2 speed settings on the wave: Rabbit and Turtle. (Or Tortoise and Hare if you prefer.) I work in a large warehouse, so I drive in rabbit. Rabbit is about the same speed as a brisk morning walk in the frost. Turtle is so slow it would bore the socks off a politician.


The wave has many lights on it that blink constantly and it makes a constant beep-beep-beep, like that of a truck in reverse. These are safety features and I encourage you not to focus too much on how annoying these blinking bleeping issues are...


So here we are now at the racking. See those boxes on top? How will I reach them? Ladders are unstable and dangerous, fortunately I have a Wave!


Woohoo!!! That was fun!


Now slide the boxes safely onto the tray. Ensure they are stable and are not too high that they obstruct your vision.


Lower the cage back down to its bed,


And deliver the boxes safely and effortlessly to their new destination.


Tah-dah!


Look, the tray lifts up!


Now you can put boxes on the plate underneath.


That's handy.


Now lower the tray...


And look, now you can stack more boxes up on top!


Off we race again on rabbit!!!! Weeeeee!


Look how high I am. Remember kids, safety MUST come first. Thank you for coming by and I hope you learned a lot about the Work Assist Vehicle.


This is a real life wave...




15 minutes later...




... uh... guys? little help? ... kinda stuck up here...




Comments

 I made it 
  July 18, 2012
Quoting Ninjago Fan . could i have instroctions?
Sorry I don't have instructions.
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  July 18, 2012
could i have instroctions?
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  September 9, 2011
Ha! Your funny! Nice creation!
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  March 4, 2010
This looks great Leda! Better than what I tried to make.
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  March 4, 2010
Quoting Chuke Lapman Leda? I'm terribly sorry, I've been reading it as Ieda
Ha, yeah I see what you mean, looks like a capital i... don't know why I used a lower case L... mistake I think. To be honest I've never noticed it, shame, will go correct it now. I answer to alot of names so you are welcome to call me whatever you wish or just make one up, I don't mind ;)
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  March 3, 2010
I feel like Lee about this. It's a good 4 pointer.
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  March 3, 2010
Leda? I'm terribly sorry, I've been reading it as Ieda, please forgive my ignorance. I have to admit the extent of my ignorance also extenz to never having heard of this here WAVE. Excellently done and congratulations on your 5 from Dave.
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  March 3, 2010
An interesting build to be sure, and it does match the source picture closely. I certainly couldn't argue with you and your knowledge of this machine. However, it just isn't a five for me. For example http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/186604 , for me is a five, and I can't put this build into the same category as the Plymouth. Nice job and worth a solid four (4) points. Lee.
Leda Kat =^..^=
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Mark Legorski
  March 2, 2010
Awesome! Leda you just did a better job at Vehicle then I can ever do! XD
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  March 2, 2010
Wow! I love it! I use one of these on stage crew for hanging lights and curtain pipes and such. They feel kinda rickety when you're up there, though. Neat creation; keep building!
 I made it 
  March 2, 2010
Quoting Dave Kaleta It's fine to have really simple creations, IF they are well build, creative, have a nice presentation, and a nice story/build to go with helps sell it to the viewer. This has it ALL. 5 points because you did everything right (for this judge, you don't need to have a build of 2000 parts, if you put more effort into other areas).
Thank you very much for being such an honest judge and for taking the time to notice everything. I greatly appreciate your comment.
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  March 2, 2010
It's fine to have really simple creations, IF they are well build, creative, have a nice presentation, and a nice story/build to go with helps sell it to the viewer. This has it ALL. 5 points because you did everything right (for this judge, you don't need to have a build of 2000 parts, if you put more effort into other areas).
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  March 2, 2010
Wow! It must be fun to drive that (of coarse, not when on tortoise!)
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  March 2, 2010
Awesomeness. Great moc. ~Waff
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  March 2, 2010
Quoting Flare . LOL! Very clever and cute, Leda!
Thank you yes I am.
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  March 2, 2010
Quoting Hans Dendauw Great build and funny presentation. I get the feeling that 'rabbit' just isn't fast enough to perform proper brodies (spin-outs in a circular fashion), but it seems like it would be perfect for getting a golfing-disc out of the tree.~H
Haha, we've tried to do burn outs its funny, real Knight Rider slow motion style! The funny thing about the wave tho is it doesn't have any brakes and the turning is uber dodgy, so we have alot of holes in the racking where somebody has just driven straight into it!
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  March 2, 2010
Wow, your job must be incredibly BORING! I like the accuracy of the vehicle, though:)
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  March 2, 2010
Great build and funny presentation. I get the feeling that 'rabbit' just isn't fast enough to perform proper brodies (spin-outs in a circular fashion), but it seems like it would be perfect for getting a golfing-disc out of the tree.~H
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  March 2, 2010
Great job Leda! Never heard of a WAVE before. Oh, you silly aussies! Errr...New Zealanders. Speaking of boring politicians, we had a politician get a speeding ticket and had to take a driving class. It was 8 hrs long. The guy became so bored he immediately wrote a bill to cut it down to 4 hrs. LMAO Democracy at it's finest.
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  March 2, 2010
Ha! We both made "lifts". Never heard/seen a WAVE, but this looks really close! Very nice!
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  March 2, 2010
Great job Leda! That looks very much like the actual WAVE. Another fine, fine build from you.
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  March 2, 2010
LOL! Very clever and cute, Leda!
 
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