Customized Forklift

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Steering mechanism originally designed by Madoca. Check this link for his SUV.

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Customized Forklift

Featuring:

1 XL Motor for driving
1 Servo Motor for steering
1 L Motor for lifting
1 L Motor for fork tilting

Check out video below for more details.






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MOC-1939

Name Customized Forklift
Designer KevinMoo
Designed 2014
Inventory 1579
Theme Technic
Gingerbread House

40 COMMENTS

  • 2 years, 5 months ago Noak (1067)
    Love the playability of this forklift. Wonderful stuff! Planning to build MkII too!
  • 2 years, 11 months ago SenJos (1511)
    so cool that forklift!!

    may I ask what software was used to make the PDFs images?
  • 3 years ago bambalero (1516) PRO
    Hello Kevin,

    I finished the model last Sunday. First of all, the model looks much bigger on real life - certainly impressive. Looks awesome on my desk and I really liked the power functions.

    Instructions were crystal clear, thanks a lot for sharing. There were a couple of steps that were hard to do (eg the blue pins that attach to the L-Motors)

    Playability is great,and since I work on a Supply Chain environment this model is highly appreciated among my peers. One of them actually gave me a wooden pallet that is the same scale!

    Thanks again for the awesome model and instructions. I look foward to build the other creations you have posted here in rebrickable.
  • 3 years, 10 months ago Nato8181 (176)
    You will create instructions for your Flatbed Tow Truck?
  • 4 years, 6 months ago TobyMac (106K) Inventory Admin ADMIN
    Finally had the time and all the parts to build this beauty.
    Very good instructions!
    The result is great. All functions work properly. I wasn't able to find an offical LEGO-Forklift this size and complexictie, so maybe TLG can learn from this one. It's definetly offical-set worthy
    • 4 years, 6 months ago TobyMac (106K) Inventory Admin ADMIN
      Did want to complain that it could be usefull to ad some arrows when it's not clear where a part needs to be added, but found out that there are arrows, but they didnt show up on my tablet, they did show up on my pc.
      • 4 years, 6 months ago KevinMoo (4K) MOC Designer
        That’s gotta be the oldest version that I released, which does have some problems with arrows and texts(those arrows & texts are generated by PDF editing software).Try download the latest instructions. Every single page is now a “pure” picture in high definition, without any editable text or arrow.That should work properly on any device you have.
        • 4 years, 6 months ago TobyMac (106K) Inventory Admin ADMIN
          I downloaded it the day you placed the link. The tablet had more problems with the file, but it was the first time I used the tablet for intructions, so don't know if it was the tablet or the pdf-file
          • 4 years, 6 months ago KevinMoo (4K) MOC Designer
            Editable stuffs are always not so friendly across multiple devices or softwares for a PDF file. It’s clearly my fault not being able to find out the first time I released it. Again the latest version should work.
  • 4 years, 7 months ago Scapuc (2K)
    Done!
    Amazing MOC, really enjoy to build it.
    Thank you for sharing instructions with all of us.
    Great!
  • 4 years, 8 months ago johann (1112) PRO
    Gratuliere,ein tolles Teil.Die Anleitung ist Top.Der Aufbau verlief reibungslos dank der hervorragenden Anleitung.Die Kosten waren,bezogen auf die Anzahl der Teile gar nicht so hoch.
  • 4 years, 8 months ago bazza (1055)
    Just finished build, awesome, very well documented and put together, you are to be congratulated on such a terrific design.
  • 4 years, 9 months ago Breeleenbree76 (97)
    very stable!
    It was fun to recreate it!
    very well done!
  • 4 years, 9 months ago lojeep.mm (178)
    Just completed building your forklift. Terrific design. Machine works flawlessly. Lift/tilt mechanism is slick. I used the PDF instructions which were pretty well done. Thanks for a fun project. I'm going to try one of your earlier MOCs if the LDD instructions are not impossible. I've had very bad success with other LDD instructions but I'll give yours a try.
    Mike Morgan
    • 4 years, 9 months ago KevinMoo (4K) MOC Designer
      My earlier designs are actually quite premature so I did't make PDF instructions.But still I'm glad you like it.
  • 4 years, 11 months ago toams (1022)
    very nice! you should put this on ideas.lego.com !
    • 4 years, 11 months ago jantjeuh (60K) PRO
      Too complex (and probably too expensive) to be accepted there I'm afraid :-( Could always try, ofcourse.
  • 4 years, 11 months ago Thestericho (99)
    got 94.1% of the parts, so i will be making this soon :)

    Awesome MOC
  • 4 years, 11 months ago leksivalen (51)
    Thanks a lot for the instruction. I was able to finish the whole lift assembly already and trying to segregate some sections of the body in LDD to ease the assembly when I found out you have already made a PDF file. Thanks again
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