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Mobile Frame Anthology
A collection of photos for all of my current Mobile Frames as well as a few vehicles made to the same scale. Link to LDD files for some of the designs: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5cv2oirrewtnbg3/AADXISY4HYc2pHNavIodR5jRa
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Lowback APC

The Lowback is a common and sturdy APC that sees much use throughout many worlds.

Hodge Workhorse

Hodge manufactures many types of work vehicles, including this bobcat.

Hodge Maintenance Platform IM12

The Hodge Maintenance Platform IM12 was designed for factory and facility maintenance. The frame comes standard with a dual rivet gun, spot welder, a precision hand, and a standard grasping hand. A rare spght on the battlefield in combat, the frame is usually found doing repairs at a base or compound. There have been cases, however, of high-profile assets receiving combat repairs. Do to the exposed design of the frame, these repairs are often rushed and only temporary.

Hodge Boom Frame

Hodge's Boom-Frame HL50, was developed to take care of heavy lifting on construction sites. The HL50 sports a large boom, extending the reach of the vehicle. The vehicle itself has incredible lifting ability, and is quite rugged. These factors have led to its use on the battlefield, from recovering downed frames, or assembling cover, hauling equipment and a variety of other tasks.

OR "Peeper"

Very little is known about the "Orange Raiders" as they have been dubbed. They appear seemingly out of nowhere and descend on unprepared settlements using orbital drop pods. Their intent in currently unknown, but they seem to be able to discern between combat threats and civilians, and will not engage the later without provocation.

The Peeper has its weapon mounted at the hip, and it head is on a swivel. The often scan their surroundings with their head, and after sighting an enemy the preposition themselves to open fire. On their own they are often taken by surprise easily, by the often have support.

OR "Long John"

The Long John is more support oriented than the Peepers, and is more difficult to sneak up on. Their head is capable of 360 degree rotation, and the frames height often allows it to see over obstacles, and climb over smaller obstructions. It is also capable of taking a very low stance to minimize its profile.

Chub - For Scale, not my design credit to Soren

The Chub is one of the most common combat frames across the system. The are countless variants and custom modifications available, but this model is stock. Again - Not my design, credit to Soren

CWR1 "Yankee"

The Yankee was a standard combat mech of the Union during the Civil war of 2569. Brandishing a Lorans-54, and combat saber, it was a force to be reckoned with in its day.

BR-17 "Redcoat"

The "Red Coat" was one of the commonly used frames during the colonial period. The frame was armed with twin cannons, typically carried scanner systems, boosters and was equipped with minimal armor. This particular model is also equipped with reinforced leg armor, a defense rocket, and an enhanced scanner pack.

FR-06 "Chasseurs à pied"

In direct competition to the BR-17 "Red Coat" the FR-06 "Chasseurs à pied" or Foot Huntsman was produced. Unlike the Red Cost, the Huntsman was designed with standard arms as opposed to weapon hardpoints. This allowes the frame to equip almost any standard weapon. The Huntsman came standard with "La Lounge Fusil" a simple and easy to use rifle. A unique feature for the frame was its hydraulic springboard feet. Whereas most frames employ jumpjets, the Huntsman was more literally able to jump impressive heights, reducing weight by not carrying fuel for jumpjets.

F0R-D "Interceptor"

The F0R-D "Interceptor" was design for police use in chases. Unlike the CheckStop, the Interceptor had a dedicated weapon system and thruster system. These were added to make the frame easier to use in pursuit of criminal occupied frames. Do to the relatively low need for this frame, many fewer were produced, and even fewer have seen use by the military.

AAG-12 "Checkstop"

The "CheckStop" saw common use in law enforcement, and already was well protected against small arms fire. When converted for military use, instead of upgrading the frame's existing armor, a shield was added. This proved to be more difficult for pilots to operate with, as to protect themselves properly they had to intercept incoming attacks with the shield instead of relying on the frame's armor plating. Most regular combat pilots loath these frames for that reason, but hand-hand experts enjoy the quick movements of the frame itself and the more refined control allowed without bulky armor.

SLA-6

The Superior Land Assault frames were one of the first iterations of the vertical tank. At the time they offered little improvement over a tank other than a superior weapon height, allowing them to fire over top of obstructions. The early designs suffered from many set backs; they had no torso twist, a wide turning arc, and perhaps worst of all, zero armor covering the vital engine. This caused the frame to rely heavily on supporting forces to protect the rear and side flanks. As technology advanced, engines and armor became smaller, lighter and more efficient alleviating these problems.

DIES-3L

The Diesel Indirect Explosive Support series was one of the earliest artillery frames conceived. Although its tripod layout was used to lower production cost and provided stability when firing, it proved to greatly hinder movement. However, it did allow for a simple mechanism to change the frames firing arc, by simply adjusting the rear leg which safely positioned behind the vehicle.

BTI-87 "Infiltrators"

The Infiltrator, is a highspeed rapid firing frame. Its twin jumps jets allow it to traverse the battlefield faster than many other frames, and its twin launchers provided it decent firepower, able to deal out large amounts of damage. The frame, however, carries only basic targeting systems, and minimal armor, and benefits from striking from cover, and hit-and-run tactics.

SHI-7

The Super Heavy Infantry Mark Seven was developed as mass production frame on a very large scale. The frame is cramped, small in size and awkward to enter. The pilot inside is left in strange position, standing upright, and leaning forward. These frames offer little to no challenge to most other frames on their own. However, a squad of these dug in are capable of some rather impressive firepower, which has taken many unwary pilots by surprise. When a squad is supplemented by a command frame, the danger is increased. It has been noted though that do to the tendency of the squads to hold a tight formation, even if only one of them is being targeted, often multiple frames are damaged or even destroyed.

IWOS-5 Spindle

The Spindle was designed as a cheap, reliable, and capable frame. Sporting a large cannon, anti-infantry gun, and a mortar, it is very capable of defending itself, as well as being agile enough to scout the battlefield.

CYLON Praetorian

"Where a Centurion may fail, a Praetorian will not."

LAM-01 "Scrapper"

The "Scrapper" is designated as Light Attack Mechanical. Relying on light weight, a small frame. and speed, the Scrapper picks fights with larger slower frames, targeting weak points with its dual FR4-P's

AAB-12 "Anchiama"

The Anchiama is a basic combat unit, sporting a standard soldier loadout.

UNCM-01 "Pointman"

A average walker, armed with twin cannons, a large rocket launcher, and plated with decent armor, the Pointman is dependable modification to the standard UNC frame.

VTm01 "Talent"

Billy Kowalewicz designed the "Talent" as a way to deliver the fire power and armor of tanks, to the elevation of mobile frames. Able to fire over top of smaller buildings or advancing ground forces, giving its direct fire weaponry the chance to hit due to its intense muzzle velocity.

Sagittus

The Sagittus frame, is an uncommon site on a battlefield. Originally developed as the mainstay of an up-and-coming revolutionary army, the frame entered mass production. Roughly 20 were completed, before a quick assassination ended the revolution. The government had no interest in purchasing the hardware, and so the frames were sold to private interests. Bryframs industries still produces the frames on order, and there are an estimated 150 in active use at this time.

HK-1092 "Fog Cannon"

"The HK-1092 may not be the first to the battle, but it will certainly be one of the last to leave." - Robert Saggett, Lead Designer


The next iteration of the self propelled gun, The Fog Cannon couldn't be much simpler. Designed as a tank on legs, the 92' can slowly advance on the battle field, while shrugging off shots that more intricate frames would struggle with. In addition to a 360 degree firing arc and mild inclination adjustments, the 92' also sports a short range antenna and smoke screen dispensers mounted above the legs.

Ironsides: VCFM-01 Commander

Command Marcus Har provides co-ordination on most of Unit-92's operations. He operates a VCFM-1 with a modified soldier kit, opting to add a range finder to his rifle, and forgo the mobility jets.

Ironsides: VCFM-01 Soldier

Troopers Harold Gess and Aman Peds, operate the Ironside's VCFM-1's with standard soldier kits, mobility jets, standard issue armor, short range scanners, and combat rifles. They often carry optional mortars, should the situation require more firepower.

Ironsides: VCFM-01 Overwatch

Specialists Johnathan Edge and Haley Shepherd, provide the Ironsides with long range, punishing fire. They operate VCFM-1's using modified Fire Support kits: One long range guided rocket launcher, additional ammunition, mobility jets and standard issue armor. They sometimes carry optional mortars, should they need to defend themselves up close.

Ironsides: VCFM-02 Support

Private Eddard Sharp operates the Ironsides VCFM-2, providing punishing fire up close, and give the unit mobile cover, as the -2 is virtually blanketed in armor. His frame utilizes twin rotary cannons, advanced armor, and like all Ironsides frames, can carry a mortar tube.

Ironsides: IWOS-5m1

Private Emilia Sas operates the Ironsides IWOS-5m1. Sas provides intelligence for the unit, using her modified frame, equiped with the standard IWOS cannon, shortwave scanner and lightweight legs, and reducing the armor to allow the frame to be supplemented with a radar array. The standard mortar round has been replaced with the standard mortar tube, interchangeable between the Ironsides frames.

Ironsides: CPT-D7 "Splat Cat"

At first glance the CPT-D7 "Splat Cat" comes of as a long range support frame. A misconception that has led to the down fall of many would be attackers. Often enemy frames will approach quickly to get out of artillery rocket range, only to realize too late, that those rocket pods are locked in on a direct fire trajectory.

Ironsides: VCFM-03 "One Armed Bandit"

The VCFM-03 is the third iteration of the Ironsides standard frame. The third generation models are capable of either hard-mounting weapons, or utilizing standard arms to manipulate a wide variety of weapons.

Ironsides: Sagittus

The Sagittus frame, is an uncommon site on a battlefield. Originally developed as the mainstay of an up-and-coming revolutionary army, the frame entered mass production. Roughly 20 were completed, before a quick assassination ended the revolution. The government had no interest in purchasing the hardware, and so the frames were sold to private interests. Bryframs industries still produces the frames on order, and there are an estimated 150 in active use at this time.

This particular model is operated by the Ironsides.


Thanks for viewing. This has been a cumulative work spanned across the last couple years. On average each design took between 1-3 hours. Almost all if my designs have remained intact since their initial construction, but a few have been torn down or redesigned. This doesn't mean I plan on stop building these either, but after finishing just over forty separate frames, I figured it was time to give them all a look over, and fresh(good) photo's. Be sure to let me know your favorites, or anything you can think of to improve them. Thanks again for stopping by.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I made it 
  June 6, 2014
Quoting legoguy 1160 All of these were really cool. I'd like to be able to build my own SHI-7 and Talent for my own MFZ army!
You're in luck, I have compeleted a few lxf files for download, they should be added soon.
 I like it 
  June 2, 2014
All of these were really cool. I'd like to be able to build my own SHI-7 and Talent for my own MFZ army!
 I like it 
  March 10, 2014
What a super collection of little gems. My favourites are the bobcat digger and yellow mech, near the start. The display background is great: interesting but not distracting. I like the use of the micro-figs to give the mechs scale.
 I like it 
  March 6, 2014
Nice little army, you have there. Very good presentation, too, in front of that wall!
 I made it 
  March 5, 2014
Quoting JosephC 123 You should make a board game for these, like a war hammer/ dungeons+dragons. My nerdy side says that would be really cool!
That's actually what these are for, the game is called mobile frame zero, and is quite fun.
  March 5, 2014
You should make a board game for these, like a war hammer/ dungeons+dragons. My nerdy side says that would be really cool!
 I like it 
  March 5, 2014
Awesome, the Mecha all look excellent. The Chub and VTm01 are my Favorites.
 I like it 
  March 5, 2014
Quite a collection! Brilliant!
  March 4, 2014
Dude these are so cool! Love the collection.
 I like it 
  March 4, 2014
well done. Love mechs and I love your microscale.
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  March 4, 2014
Wow, nice collection you got there. Each one is, in its own way, very cool!
 I like it 
  March 4, 2014
Dude! Awesome collection, and nifty set you built for the occasion! Obviously I'm partial to the Cylon, but lots to enjoy here.
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  March 4, 2014
Supurbo! but which one's best? only one way to find out.....
 
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