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Classic Space Cheese Detector
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Following the discovery of the new ABS mineral compound (commonly known as cheeses) by the Gamma Space Mining Corp in 2324, the great cheese rush of 2330 saw the development of ever more sophisticated detection rovers. The Cheese Ranger 3000 was one of the most common modules for such work, and saw active service throughout the decade.
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  November 28, 2013
If you watch it from the underside, it will look like a mouse... Mouse-cheese. Okay, bad joke. I'm out. :)
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  November 13, 2013
The story here gave me a laugh and the build is really nice. I like the 360 cockpit he's got there. Just hope it's some strong stuff, otherwise a small meteor might crack it and put his little detector out of business!
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  November 11, 2013
That's great ! Send it to our moon I hear its made of cheese! Love that canopy. Awesome
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  November 11, 2013
Wow, that's so CS that it hurts! :-)) I love the design, it just looks like a modern version of 6841. Great job! :-)
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  November 10, 2013
fantastic! if i help, can i get 10% of found cheese? ;D
David Alexander Smith
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Dr. Monster
  November 9, 2013
Very cool design! I really like your style.
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  November 9, 2013
The great cheese rush? lolz.
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  November 9, 2013
Very nice! I like it a lot!
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  November 9, 2013
Quoting David Roberts Crackers! Just the thing for searching the carpet and saving all of those vital cheeses from the dreaded hoover :)
Or from rolling under the radiator covers - my current tiny piece black hole.
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  November 9, 2013
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 I like your sculpting, it looks more realistic than the official kits, I never tire of seeing your cs pieces!
Thanks Frank. I try to keep to the spirit, but with a twist.
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  November 9, 2013
Quoting matt rowntRee MORE CHEESE!!! We need more cheese! Love it David, reminds me of the 6901 Mobile Lab (one of my all time favorites.) Classic Smith canopy, and the arms are great with the disks. You need a cheese extractor and processor/purifier next. I'd love for you to play with the acronyms: Extraction Detection Advanced Mining. Silly stuff like that. Excellent idea for a series, I'd love to hear more about the Cheese Rush!
You had better keep an eye out for my next build (half complete). I call it the Big Cheese and it is sort of based on 6949.
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  November 9, 2013
More cheese, more fun!
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  November 9, 2013
What a cheesy concept.
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  November 9, 2013
A whole world of cheese related puns is coming your way... nice build!
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  November 9, 2013
Crackers! Just the thing for searching the carpet and saving all of those vital cheeses from the dreaded hoover :)
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  November 9, 2013
I like your sculpting, it looks more realistic than the official kits, I never tire of seeing your cs pieces!
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  November 9, 2013
MORE CHEESE!!! We need more cheese! Love it David, reminds me of the 6901 Mobile Lab (one of my all time favorites.) Classic Smith canopy, and the arms are great with the disks. You need a cheese extractor and processor/purifier next. I'd love for you to play with the acronyms: Extraction Detection Advanced Mining. Silly stuff like that. Excellent idea for a series, I'd love to hear more about the Cheese Rush!
 
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