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RXTA-32-GMI "Conka"
A mini mech design now exclusively produced by RGF Productions.
About this creation
Introduction:

Well, a while back, I joined a group called the "Elite Mechaniers", a group that displays mecha made in LDD. Originally, I was only a periphial member, as the other members built up their designs, many including mini mecha.

Many of the best designs were made by guys like Bio.Andrew, ED Eroomdivad and CBMC Chunkblaster, who've created their own mini mech frames, very successful in my opinion, due to the size.

Elite Mechaniers

And so now, RGF Productions, is finally rolling out our own mini mecha. And without further adeau, I am pleased to present...

RXTA-32-GMI "Conka"



The RGF Productions RXTA-32 General Mechanized Infantry model series is an agile, flexible mecha able to adapt to most conditions on the battlefield effortlessly.



A light, yet strong frame mounted with light honeycombed ceramic alloy armor plating provide excellent agility and speed, and modest protection.



Jumpjet thrusters mounted on the back of the RXTA-32 offer ample thrust for jumps, and coupled with magnetic footpad couplers with reversable polarity, can often achieve long and complex powerslides.



Featuring a medium-sized Zygone Generator which utilizes Tesla Technology, the "Conka", as the troops refer to it, is able to operate in the battlefield for up to a week without need of charging.



While able to utilize and mount a variety of combat service packages, seen here is the default beam rifle, charged to fire 36 shots in an independant charge cell, or set up to draw power directly from the "Conka" itself.


The following series of photos is intended to demonstrate some of the Conka's flexibility.











As seen below, the Conka is smaller than a standard UGM-7 frame. While this size difference can often be misinterpreted as a disadvantage, instead one should think of it as an opportunity. While the Conka mounts less armor, it requires less power, and can achieve higher acceleration than the UGM-7b "Wolfpack" seen here.





Thank you for your time in visiting us for the grand unvieling of RGF Productions' newest creation. If you have any questions, or would like to procure a model for your organization, please inquire at your local RGF Productions Liason office.

Thank you and have a nice day.

CREATOR'S NOTES

Alright, first off, some credit. The hands were modified from Bio.Andrew's UGM-7 models, so thank you so much.

This model was entirely built from the ground up, using similar techniques to the ones used in the legs of the Veteran Drones that I have produced. And the feet are supposed to be mini versions of the feet that I designed for the AEGAKS-114 Maksis. They turned out real good, I think.

I'm going to be using this model to work on a new idea of a mecha combat system. Wish me luck with the designing, ey?

Finally, if you haven't already, you should visit the Elite Mechaniers group. They have some very talented builders there who deserve recognition.

Hope you enjoyed this, and now I have a mini mecha of my very own.



Comments

 I like it 
  July 27, 2014
hello i'm just getting started doing mechs and i wanted see if you have any ldd frames.
 I made it 
  January 22, 2012
Quoting Forte Noir Significantly more advanced that your previous designs. It's good to see you stepping up the features and posability. Gonna' give us some aerial, aquatic and urban variants?
There'll be other variants. But I've got so much on my plate right now, it'll be a while.
 I like it 
  January 22, 2012
Significantly more advanced that your previous designs. It's good to see you stepping up the features and posability. Gonna' give us some aerial, aquatic and urban variants?
 I like it 
  January 6, 2012
Great looking mech design. I really like the colors.
 I made it 
  January 4, 2012
Quoting Atommyc . Nice! Very slick design.
Thank you.
 I like it 
  December 29, 2011
Nice! Very slick design.
 I made it 
  December 28, 2011
Quoting andros tempest it's difficult not to compare this to forte noir's designs since it uses similar techniques, or my own cyberagents (t-bar joints, only so many ways you can make them). But you really know how to build something quite unique in terms of style. I love the poses and the overall shape, I can actually picture this as a costume with a guy inside. Definitely worthy of a 5/5 curious name though "conka"?
They may use similar techniques, but it was not designed to mimic anyone's designs. But yeah, there's only so many ways to attach those parts, right? Glad you liked it. As for the name, I feel like being mysterious on that.
 I like it 
  December 28, 2011
sithspawn... that's just brilliant, Rabid. it's absolutely amazing. this particular design seems like it could use a little extra weaponry, but right now that's not really an issue. huh, I might have to try reverse-engineering this, I'd love to see this up close.
 I like it 
  December 28, 2011
it's difficult not to compare this to forte noir's designs since it uses similar techniques, or my own cyberagents (t-bar joints, only so many ways you can make them). But you really know how to build something quite unique in terms of style. I love the poses and the overall shape, I can actually picture this as a costume with a guy inside. Definitely worthy of a 5/5 curious name though "conka"?
 I like it 
  December 28, 2011
You really are one of the best at these mate! Yet another winner! Great poses.
 I made it 
  December 27, 2011
Quoting Richie "Richie2571" Collins @RGF: @ED:: In TEM a Mini-Mech is defined as a small, AI controlled (or Remote Piloted), Humanoid Mech. The "Mini" in "Mini-Mech" Referes to its size relative to Standard-Sized and Large/XLarge-Sized Mechs such as Walkers, MBSs, and Gundams. Mini-Mechs are tipically built in Minifig-scale.
I see. I was basing in on the same concept of the mini and microscale starships. I didn't realize that it was used in that manner, since I wouldn't really consider a self-sufficient model like that a mech. But that's me. I didn't really declare that it had a pilot, so I guess that it fits either way.
  December 27, 2011
@RGF: @ED:: In TEM a Mini-Mech is defined as a small, AI controlled (or Remote Piloted), Humanoid Mech. The "Mini" in "Mini-Mech" Referes to its size relative to Standard-Sized and Large/XLarge-Sized Mechs such as Walkers, MBSs, and Gundams. Mini-Mechs are tipically built in Minifig-scale.
 I like it 
  December 27, 2011
NO WAY you intended this to be a piloted mech and not an AI controled mech at minifig scale!? Oh man, I'd love to see one of these at minifig scale! Perhaps thats something you or I could work out =D
  December 27, 2011
I don't remember the mechs playing much of a role in ME2, other than enemies to cut down. Personally I never really got into the game, overall felt too much like a dumbed down shooter/rpg with not enough focus/content from either style. I feel that FO:NV did a much better job. But I digress, I ment it as a complement as I enjoyed the style of the larger tank mechs as apposed to the small frail nothing's.
 I made it 
  December 27, 2011
Thanks for the feedback, everyone. @Bio.Andrew: the body does seem a little off, but given the size and complexity, I'm rather pleased with it. @Chunk: Don't worry, there will be variant goodness coming your way. I did mark it as a General Mechanized Infantry. I'll have more to come. @Aiden: It was not my intention to design this to look like the mechs from Mass Effect 2. In fact, I found them very detracting to the story in my opinion. I didn't like them. @ED Eroomdivad: I was under the impression that minimechs were full sized in scale, just mini in build scale. That each would hold a human(or otherwise organic and seperate) pilot. If these are meant to be on scale with minifigs, then they would have to be AI driven.
  December 27, 2011
For once Andrew, you and I disagree on something- I think the body suits it quite well. I would like to see a larger weapons assortment/more hardpoints for attachment options on the mech, but that's just chunk. Awesome as always my friend!
 I like it 
  December 27, 2011
While I've never been a fan of humanoid style mecha(I prefer walkers) this one is quite nice and reminds me of mass effect in style.
 I like it 
  December 27, 2011
Small yet deadly! Nicely done!
  December 27, 2011
Quite nicely done, sir. Your detailing is quite nice, and your parts usage is outstanding. My only complaints are that the body seems disproportional to the rest of the mech (too small), and the head is a bit small overall. That aside, you've got one killer minimech thar. :)
 I like it 
  December 27, 2011
Methinks minimechs are gaining popularity. I have plans to jump on the Indiginously-designed-minimech band wagon myself eventually, but i have other plans at the moment. Anywho, Nice Mech!
 I like it 
  December 27, 2011
Awesome model! It reminds me of my microfigure mechs. :3
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  December 27, 2011
Welcome to the club, Rabid. =D Very good minimech, certainly better than my first try. I can see the resemblance in the hands, but you cut off the thumbs! (at least I've always assumed that's what they're meant to be.) And is it AI or remotely piloted?
 I like it 
  December 26, 2011
Nice work
 
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