slfroden

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slfroden

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Recent Comments

  • 1 week, 3 days ago slfroden (3K) MOC Designer
    Hi @djm, really nice work on this.  I had to build it and play with it for a bit to fully understand how it is working   I can imagine that you may need to add more/less clutch gears to get it working for a particular GBC module, but that is an easy enough change to make.  I like that the output speed is the same as the input speed too.
    PS.  Thanks for the credit in the instructions (I'm Splat on Eurobricks).
  • 10 months, 2 weeks ago slfroden (3K) MOC Designer
    Thanks     :-D
  • 11 months ago slfroden (3K) MOC Designer
    Thanks Terrakotta     :-D
    This MOC uses fairly common/cheap parts.  The hardest parts to find might be the Technic panels.
    If you build this MOC, please share a pic on the Photos tab.
  • 1 year, 1 month ago slfroden (3K) MOC Designer
    Hi Rosa, thanks for your interest in my models  :-)

    My Water Strider model had fully developed instructions, however that level of detail takes a lot of time.  This model has an MLCad file that includes some basic steps, however you will need to install a program that can read the MLCad/LDraw files.

    You can download the file from this link, which also includes a link to the software that you will need:
    https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-1001/slfroden/motorized-and-rc-42005-monster-truck/#bi_scroll

    If you have any further questions, please let me know.