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Power Armor Instructions
Construction/instruction photos of the basic skeleton of my power armor design.
About this creation
These are construction pictures of the basic skeleton of my Power Armor design, hopefully clear enough that you can build your own if you are so inclined. Extraneous greebles, weapons and armor have been removed. I don't think the basic structure is terribly parts-intensive, so it might work well for you if you need to build teeming swarms of cannon fodder for a diorama showcasing your awesome mech, tank, capital ship, fortress or whatever.

Some reviewers did request instructions when I originally posted the MOC. Sorry it's taken me so long, and thanks to everyone for your reviews and interest.



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   Basic structure. Add your own helmet, feet, armor, weapons and accessories as needed.



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   1x1 brick, 2x3 plate, 3x1 inverted slope, 1x1 round plate.

The 1x1 plate doesn't need to be round.



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   Two 1x2 bricks with technic hole.

One 1x1 brick with technic hole.



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   One headlight brick and one head. Hah!



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   One 2x3 plate.



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   I put a 2x2 round tile and 1x2 printed tile on here, but dress it up however you like.



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   Two 1x2 rounded corners.



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   1x2 slope, 2x3 inverted slope, 2x2 corner brick.



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   1x2 brick with two technic holes, headlight brick, technic friction pin, two 1x1 rounds.



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   1x1 clip, 2x2 corner plate, and I have no idea what to call the black part. 1x2 handle maybe?



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   Why did I take a picture of this step, all I did was add a grill tile?



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   1x2 brick with technic hole, 1x2 hinge brick, jumper plate.



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   The jumper plate attaches the leg to the pelvis assembly, which consists of a 1x2 slope, a 1x2 inverted slope two 1x1 bricks with technic hole, and one technic friction pin.



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   Another leg/hip overview.



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   The arm: jumper plate, 1x2 hinge brick, 1x2 brick w/ technic hole, 1x4 technic brick, 1x1 technic brick, plates or whatever to hold the bottom together, another jumper plate, 2x2 slope and minifig legs. The jumper plate studs go in the corresponding technic holes. Connect the bottom of the torso to the technic pin in the pelvis assembly and you're ready to go.



Comments

Kyle Vrieze
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Dr. Monster
  November 23, 2013
Nice design! Lots of possibilities for customization. Congrats on MOTD.
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  November 23, 2013
this is helpful. congrats on MOTD!
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  November 23, 2013
A nice basic base suit with lots of possibilities for customization.
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  November 23, 2013
Awesome armor. Good job!
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  May 26, 2012
I saw this creation of brickshelf long time ago!now I know who did it!I used your base idea for this http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/317808 thanks!
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  July 12, 2011
already had mine done before you posted these! didn't even know they were up! still no idea how you did the gun, though.
  March 30, 2011
Sorry if I offended you by using your mech and posting it, but I just couldn't resist. =) You can check it out here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/260111
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  August 4, 2010
This is cool! Might make one sometime.
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  April 20, 2010
it was a very cool design
  January 28, 2010
FINALLYYYYY YOU MADE INSTRUCTIONS!!!!! - P.S. YAHOOOOO!!!!! - double P.S. I still think you should make instructions for everything else you've made.
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  January 3, 2010
Your Hard Suit design is excellent. I going to try to re-create on LDD. Thanks for putting the directions up.
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  May 4, 2009
you should make M.O.A.B. instructions
Kyle Vrieze
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Mats Tveraaen
  April 28, 2009
thats cool
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  January 30, 2009
Neat looking armor, and instructions too, well done!
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  January 25, 2009
Pure, 100% awesome. I have built five of these, although only 2 remain. :(
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  December 30, 2008
i made one and its like a giant batman ill post it soon
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  December 11, 2008
thanks for design i took your hand idea aldready bu i needed the whole thing. the overall arm design isnt so great though
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  November 26, 2008
=D
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  April 26, 2008
Nice! I may attempt to make this one day.
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  April 17, 2008
Get instructions for the gun. I really need it!!!!!!
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  April 1, 2008
If I ever, ever, use these instructions for my creations, I will give you credit. THANKS!!!!! =D
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  June 14, 2007
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!Check out my creations
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  March 14, 2007
Muchas, muchas gracias.
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  March 9, 2007
excellent by the way people below me u mist own 1 set thesese bits r easy to get
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  January 30, 2007
sweet,though the hand attachment could be improved by those 1x1 bricks with an extra stud.
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  January 14, 2007
this was exactly what I needed! thank you so much!
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  December 14, 2006
Thank you so much these kick ass!
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  November 10, 2006
Awsome! Thanks so much! I was able to build a black, dark-blue, and tan version! I'll be sure to give you credit!
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  September 14, 2006
WOW... very nice and interesting design. Mind if i steal sm of it for an idea ive logged away fer a while?
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  July 28, 2006
If I ever use this design, I'll tell you. I really really really really really really really appreciate how you made instructions for one of your smaller MOCs.
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  July 7, 2006
awesome, gona find some parts, see if i can build one of these, i guess i owe u some thanks cos i only created my page wen i saw the pics of some of ur power armour models so i guess ur basicaly my inspiration for starting. thanks man appreciated
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  February 12, 2006
wow this rocks i have made three variations of this model would it be alright if i put it up on my page giving you credit of course for the base design email me and ill show you the ones i made.
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  January 4, 2006
thank YOU !!!!!!!!!!!
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  April 3, 2005
Nice suit! I like! For another flavour, check out my exo-suits if you dare! Cheers! ~ Paul.
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  March 30, 2005
... I hate you. YOU SHOULD HAVE DONE THIS SOONER! I DID IT ALL BY SPENDING 3 DAYS GOING BACK AND FORTH FROM COMP TO ROOM. AND NOW YOU HAVE INSTRUCTIONS....eeeeeeeeeeeeeviiilllll... ok im over it. lol
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  February 20, 2005
Way to go Kyle! It'll be fun to see how many of these pop out of the woodwork. Im thinking I may just have to make a few of these. Thanks my man! Mark
 
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