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NOAS-CT-0003 C-Type mk 3
A Construction-Type mecha, that is the equivalent to an entire self-contained industrial sector. It has two modes, and a large array of tools options at its disposal.
About this creation

Mobile Mode: Front View



Mobile Mode: Side View



Mobile Mode: Rear View



Mobile Mode: Rear View



Despite its great size, the mobile mode of the C-Type mk 3 is aptly named. Outsized thruster ports keep the unit extremely nimble, whether in gravity or space.



On the move



The C-Type mk 3 has a total of 10 hatches that conceal a total of 16 manipulator arms that are used for a wide variety of functions. The arms are stored away until they are needed.



Hatches Open: Front View



Hatches Open: Side View



Hatches Open: Rear View



Hatches Open: Rear View



Once the C-Type mk 3 has reached its target building site, it typically will enter into Construction Mode. The hatches open, and the manipulator arms begin their assigned tasks. The cranes on the rear of the unit swing up and over the shoulders, ready for use. In this configuration, the C-Type mk 3 is much less mobile, but is truly a whirlwind of movement nonetheless as extruders, demolishers, welders, smelters,lifters, levellers and various other tools rapidly work together to build the desired structure.



Construction Mode: Front View



Construction Mode: Side View



Construction Mode: Rear View



Construction Mode: Rear View



The C-Type mk3's hand units are modular and can support a wide range of attachments to suit specific needs. In this situation, it has nothing or "null" equipment.



For situations where dexterity is required, the C-Type mk 3 can equip a five-fingered hand attachment.



For digging and mining operations, the C-Type mk 3 features drill attachments



For general construction and cleanup, the mk 3 also has optional shovel attachments



For cutting operations, the mk 3 also has a mono-molecular saw attachment



Here are a couple of comparison pics between the mk 2 and the mk 3:



As always, there will be more to come! Stay tuned!


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  January 19, 2013
3123 bricks.... pick a brick would take FOREVER.... and cost ALOT
 I like it 
  April 1, 2012
Great, its certainly sleeker and more refined than the first. I do however like the original a lot, because I feel it was heftier (which works well for this kind of mech) and the weapons and what not looked more chaotic and threatening, but this version is still amazing.
  February 6, 2012
SO COOL.
 I made it 
  June 17, 2011
Quoting Joshua Marlowe Great model! By the way, did you do that on Lego Digital Designer?
Yes I did. The instructions are just after the pictures.
 I like it 
  June 16, 2011
Great model! By the way, did you do that on Lego Digital Designer?
 I made it 
  June 16, 2011
Quoting Travis Kirkland I downloaded the file and i love all the alternate hand things. this thing is a behemuth. i have prometheus, hades and the other ones like that aswell, i did a size comparison and this is almost twice the size. if i'm able to, would you mind if i bought it. i don't want to just buy without permission. and how do you atach the string and hook to the crane arms? all in all this is amazing and i can't wait to see the other things your brilliant mind invents. i love it keep going plox :)
For the string on the crane, you can just use regular thread or whatever--it doesn't have to be the one that I specified in the instructions. The string ties to the spindle (the round part on top of the crane), and is threaded through the hole in the top of the crane (next to the spindle), and all the way through the inside of the crane until it comes out the end. After that, you tie the hook onto the crane. Make sure you have enough string on the spindle to allow the hook to raise and lower. Feel free to use my instructions to build whatever you like with them. I don't even need the credit really. If I cared about stuff like that, I probably wouldn't post this stuff. My MOCs are here to (hopefully) help out others.
 I like it 
  June 15, 2011
I downloaded the file and i love all the alternate hand things. this thing is a behemuth. i have prometheus, hades and the other ones like that aswell, i did a size comparison and this is almost twice the size. if i'm able to, would you mind if i bought it. i don't want to just buy without permission. and how do you atach the string and hook to the crane arms? all in all this is amazing and i can't wait to see the other things your brilliant mind invents. i love it keep going plox :)
 I like it 
  May 6, 2011
Too awesome to be AWESOME!!!
 I like it 
  May 3, 2011
Wow, I could easily imagine some construction company doing something cool like this about 100-200 years from now. I also got to agree with the guy that said that one of these mecha could make a capital starship in short order, too. Thanks for the excellent mecha, Mithryl.
 I like it 
  May 3, 2011
Excellent MOC as always! It's a really big machine, altough I didn't expect a "peaceful" MOC from you! :D
 I made it 
  May 3, 2011
Quoting M<0><0>DSWIM ! I think you've outdone yourself with this one, man! I was really diggin the color scheme, hand and feet designs and THEN you showed all the hidden construction limbs popping out. Brilliant, I say!
Thanks man. This is what I had originally envisioned for the mk 2. Although, in certain pics, with all the arms extended, it almost looks a bit infested with something parasitic. Oh well...
 I like it 
  May 3, 2011
I think you've outdone yourself with this one, man! I was really diggin the color scheme, hand and feet designs and THEN you showed all the hidden construction limbs popping out. Brilliant, I say!
 I made it 
  May 2, 2011
For those of you that have LDD, I have the completed file for this done. It includes all the hand attachments as well. I don't have pics of them yet, but if you want to see, then by all means, take a look. Beware though, this is a file that has several thousand pieces, I believe, so it might be slow to load.
Mithryl Altaire
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L. Nguyen
  May 1, 2011
I really like it! just wondering whats the stuff hanging off the back?
 I made it 
  May 1, 2011
Quoting Rabid Goldfish And I thought I was pretty clever when mine construction unit had a pair of extra limbs. I'm willing to bet a pair of these could put up a high rise themselves in a week, right? ^Blub^
One of these could build a capital starship on its own in short order.
 I like it 
  May 1, 2011
WOW! AMAZING BUILD! Check this out if you've got some time... http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/266828
 I like it 
  May 1, 2011
This is impressive. Looks like this guy is a one man contruction crew. Looks awesome. The Limbs are a reallt cool feature. Great work
 I like it 
  May 1, 2011
Awesome, this thing is a beast! I love that heavy, angled construction look.
 I like it 
  May 1, 2011
And I thought I was pretty clever when mine construction unit had a pair of extra limbs. I'm willing to bet a pair of these could put up a high rise themselves in a week, right? ^Blub^
 I made it 
  May 1, 2011
Quoting L. Nguyen I really like it! just wondering whats the stuff hanging off the back?
You will see.
 I like it 
  May 1, 2011
I really like the colors.
 
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