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UCS AT-AT
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Hi all, this is my version of Rocko's UCS AT-AT, it is built entirely out of lego with only 2 parts being none lego, namely elastic bands, 1 in the head and 1 in the body. no parts where glued and there are around 8000 pc's giving it a total weight of 7.6KG. It has taken me around 3 months to build with a lot of rebuilding along the way as every time i thought i had finished a part i would think of a new way to build it which can only be good for such an enormous creation. The T-47 you can see in the pictures was designed by another member of the Brickish Association 'Tim Goddard' and i think the scale fits right in. the hardest part of the build was the little armour flaps on the rear end!




































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  May 28, 2013
Thousands of moc's are posted each year and now and then there is one that jumps out and blows your mind. This is such a moc. Magnificent and a great sense of detail. Big yes , but more important big AND realistic with the realism of the movie. Congratulations
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  July 17, 2012
Quoting John Grotte Hello Cavegod!:) You are a LegoGod!:) perfect building Job! you wrote on "lego.cuusoo.com" and "mocpages.com": LDD files and parts lists are available on Flickr. Can you send me these files from your UCS AT-AT:):) kind regards from Vienna, John
email me Peterpdale@btinternet.com
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  July 17, 2012
Hello Cavegod!:) You are a LegoGod!:) perfect building Job! you wrote on "lego.cuusoo.com" and "mocpages.com": LDD files and parts lists are available on Flickr. Can you send me these files from your UCS AT-AT:):) kind regards from Vienna, John
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  July 17, 2012
Hello Cavegod, perfect job!:):):):) you are a legogod:) you wrote on "mocpages.com" and "lego.cuusoo.com" The LDD/LXF files are now available so you can make your own. May you send me your partlist and construction-files of your great creation of your AT-AT? kind regards from Vienna, John
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  July 16, 2012
The LXF files are now available so you can make your own.
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  March 29, 2012
Quoting dan The man :) I remember seeing this at the Lego show in Manchester last year!
It will be at the L:ego show this year as well :-)
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  March 29, 2012
I remember seeing this at the Lego show in Manchester last year!
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  February 28, 2012
Quoting Tyler Dupont Cavegod I heard that when you made the UCS AT-AT you already had most of the parts right? What sets did you use to create this monster?
If you pop over to Eurobricks you can see picks of the whole build process.
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  February 27, 2012
dude this is sweet! the details are extremely good! great job!
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  February 27, 2012
This is incredibly accurate and stunningly detailed! Nice Job!
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  May 23, 2011
Quoting Adaiah Clark What did you do at brick link to find the circle nee plates.
just search dish/round plate in the catalogue and you will find them.
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  May 23, 2011
What did you do at brick link to find the circle nee plates.
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  May 4, 2011
Cavegod I heard that when you made the UCS AT-AT you already had most of the parts right? What sets did you use to create this monster? I would have guessed you used parts from the UCS millennium Falcon and the UCS imperial Star destroyer am I right? Also, could you please post close-up pictures of the AT-AT's framing technic pieces of the body. I think the framing of the body would be the hardest part of the building process. I have the feet and legs figured out, but I fear I will have big problems doing the head and body. I haven't started it yet because I only have aboud 200 gray costom legos that aren't from sets. I have many Star wars sets but only 2 UCS sets The Imperial Shuttle, and the AT-ST, which as you know for me right now it's impossible to make a UCS AT-AT. I know you get some pieces from bricklink but, when I don't have enough pieces to atleast experiment with, I dont have a clue of what to buy. You should get the LEGO team on board with your idea. They might make the AT-AT an offical set to the star wars theme. P.S. if you know of any good virtual lego designing programs besides Lego digital designer, please let me know. It's impossible to virtually buld a UCS AT-AT with LDD. They have a very "sad" selection of technic pieces which are essential. Please respond. Thank You.
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  May 3, 2011
Quoting stuart melchior finally!!! i have found cavegod from brickshelf!!!this is one of my 3 favorite at-at's!!would you sell it or make instructions?
Hi, no i would not sell it but can build to order but it would not be cheap!
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  May 3, 2011
Quoting adbul alhazred Wow! Super MOC. I'd love to see some sectional details of the joints and interior. Is it at Minifig scale (the size looks even bigger but there is pretty major discrepancy over the actual size of the ATAT). After trying to make feet for an ATAT all weekend I am in awe.
the knee joints are fixed and not a joint at all, the hips are just technic bricks with axles. It is larger than minifig scale, the atats body is about 20ft tall (not including the legs according to the scale drawing i have)
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  May 3, 2011
Quoting Adaiah Clark Hey! Where did you get the flat gray circle plates from for the nee?
Bricklink!
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  May 2, 2011
Hey! Where did you get the flat gray circle plates from for the nee?
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  May 1, 2011
Wow! Super MOC. I'd love to see some sectional details of the joints and interior. Is it at Minifig scale (the size looks even bigger but there is pretty major discrepancy over the actual size of the ATAT). After trying to make feet for an ATAT all weekend I am in awe.
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  April 26, 2011
finally!!! i have found cavegod from brickshelf!!!this is one of my 3 favorite at-at's!!would you sell it or make instructions?
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  March 23, 2011
Quoting Jerekiah137 Solare There is not enough smiles in the rating sis-tom to credit this creation. This is one uber UCS. How long did it take to complete?
Hi, from start to finish it probably took me about 2.5 months building about 1-3 hours per day.
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  March 22, 2011
There is not enough smiles in the rating sis-tom to credit this creation. This is one uber UCS. How long did it take to complete?
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  February 27, 2011
This is an absolutely phenomenal creation, the attention to detail is amazing. This is the best creation on these pages, well done!
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  November 3, 2010
Quoting Avery Finch Is this at-at motorized? Because if you didn't add an interior, then you would have PLENTY of space to add technic pieces and batteries to make it walk.
Ha Ha, it weighs 8KG while possible to make it walk it would have to be bigger to fit all the gears in side the legs, i'd say twice as big would be about right for it to be motorised like the film version.
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  November 3, 2010
Is this at-at motorized? Because if you didn't add an interior, then you would have PLENTY of space to add technic pieces and batteries to make it walk.
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  October 17, 2010
Quoting Adaiah Clark This walker is amazing! How much would it cost because I would like to a copy buy of it.
I would have thought of somewhere inbetween 700-1000 gbp
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  October 15, 2010
This walker is amazing! How much would it cost because I would like to a copy buy of it.
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  May 2, 2010
Quoting Donald Duck Wow, that would really cost a lot! But it's quite a nice price for its size. Another question: do you think about adding an interior to it? That would make it even more amazing!
i did think about it but it would add a lot more weight and i would have to re-design the neck since the neck extends nearly to the rear inside the body as a cantilever effect since the head alone weighs 1kg nearly.
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  May 2, 2010
Quoting Vibor Cavor I think it's the best one I've seen! This is huge! How on earth did you make it stand like it does?! Great work! Love the details!
i have no idea how it stands!! actually i tested how much a technic axle could take before it broke and i got to 11lb and it was still holding up so i new it wouldn't weigh more than 44lb in total, the only issues are if it is stood on a smooth surface it wants to do the splits but i think i have resolved that by fitting a technic foam tyre in the base of each foot for grip.
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  April 30, 2010
Well done, you perfected it.
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  April 30, 2010
And I thought my Motorized AT-AT was awesome! Great work on such a huge scale.
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  April 30, 2010
Great job. Fantastic!
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  April 30, 2010
This certainly the best AT-AT that I have seen. It's a big boy, with lot's of details. Great job.
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  April 29, 2010
Fantastic and brilliant AT-AT
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  April 29, 2010
I agree, this AT-AT is the best i ever seen !!!!! collossal !!!!
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  April 29, 2010
I think it's the best one I've seen! This is huge! How on earth did you make it stand like it does?! Great work! Love the details!
peter dale
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Benjamin McRobert
  April 28, 2010
AWSOME!
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  April 28, 2010
This is.....so beatiful!!!! Someone actually did it made a UCS AT-AT, my favorite walker, /5
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  April 28, 2010
Wow, that would really cost a lot! But it's quite a nice price for its size. Another question: do you think about adding an interior to it? That would make it even more amazing!
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  April 28, 2010
-GASP!- wow...-Passes out from the epic-cool-crazy-osity of this build-THIS IS THE BEST AT-AT ON MOC PAGES!!! You must live in Texes,cuz this is the biggist one ever!!! 100000,000,000,000,000/5!!! THIS IS CRAZY!!!
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  April 27, 2010
Nice to see you here! Your model is very good. Keep up the good job!
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  April 25, 2010
Ingenious!!! This, i think is more-to-scale than the official. (AT-AT's were pretty big in the movie!)
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  April 25, 2010
Quoting Donald Duck Awsomely epic. Just for fun, how much would cost a copy of this thing?
ermm.....at a guess 600 + GBP about $900 if you have most of the parts like i did then the cost comes down, the only expensive parts are the 2x2x3 75 slopes, 10x10, 8x8 and 6x6 dishes.
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  April 25, 2010
Quoting Abram Gregory Is it completely solid, or are there funtioning joints? Either way, very impressive indeed :D
the legs can be positioned in two ways only, the knees are fixed, the neck swivels left-right and the cheek guns move up and down, the toe flaps also move up and dowm aswell.
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  April 25, 2010
Colossal
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  April 25, 2010
Awsomely epic. Just for fun, how much would cost a copy of this thing?
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  April 24, 2010
Was following this on EB - can't wait for the Nu-class Shuttle!
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  April 24, 2010
Is it completely solid, or are there funtioning joints? Either way, very impressive indeed :D
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  April 24, 2010
Very impressive. ~ Ghostman :)
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  April 24, 2010
[Spontaneously explodes from being overwhelmed with concentrated awesomeness] Criminally epic. Murderously beast. Wickedly awesome. Dishonestly cool. Sinfully amazing. Unlawfully accurate. In short, atrociously perfect.
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  April 24, 2010
Wow, that's some real huge AT-AT. You say it took you only 3 months? I'm deeply impressed. The amount of detail is enormous and it can definitely mess with brickpumbler's or chris roach's. The funny thing about this is: most lego AT-ATs are actually not minifig-scale (even if they fit some), because it would have had to be quite big, but I think yours is even bigger than minifig-scale! I'm not quite sure...anyways, this is a really breathtaking creation, amazing work!
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  April 24, 2010
Quoting Aidan Bryant Wow, just wow. That is a truly remarkable AT-AT. Can I has? Just kidding, but seriously, that thing is amazing!
you can have a copy of it but it wouldn't be cheap!
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  April 24, 2010
Wow, just wow. That is a truly remarkable AT-AT. Can I has? Just kidding, but seriously, that thing is amazing!
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  April 24, 2010
Quoting Tim McCumber Excellent. Great job getting it to look so much like the ones in the movie. How tall does it stand?
28" tall
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  April 24, 2010
Excellent. Great job getting it to look so much like the ones in the movie. How tall does it stand?
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  April 24, 2010
CAN'T...FIND...WORDS...TO...DESCIBE! This is amazing and beautiful beyond words! I need to go lay down now.
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  April 24, 2010
Sheezz...The thing is ENORMOUS and AWESOME! More people should have commented...
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  April 24, 2010
Excellent build, truely a sight to behold.
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  April 24, 2010
Wow this is perfect in any way, its the right size, it has the right angles it even.... it is just the perfect AT AT ive ever seen!!!!
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  April 24, 2010
Wow this is perfect in any way, its the right size, it has the right angles it even.... it is just the perfect AT AT ive ever seen!!!!
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  April 24, 2010
The form, the detail, the surface texture...all fantastic. While you've had a lot of guides for the creation of this kind of MOC (in the form of various sets, and of course, Rocko's brilliant work), this is still no less a remarkable creation. Beautiful work on a great Star Wars classic!
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  April 24, 2010
this AT-AT is very impressive!
 
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