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VRMS-CT-002 "C-Type mk II"
One of the last of the Fourth Generation mecha. It was also my entry in the Civilian Mecha Contest on Mecha Hub. It is the equivalent of the industrial sector of a large city packed into a single mecha.
About this creation
VRMS-CT-002 C-Type mk II

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Technical Data

Dimensions

Height: unknown
Width: unknown
Depth: unknown
Weight: unknown

Performance

Drive: unknown
Top Speed (running): unknown
Top Speed (sublight): unknown
Top Speed (supralight): unknown
Max Range: unknown

Armor: unknown

Defensive systems: unknown

Offensive systems: unknown

Other: unknown


In Normal Mode: Front view. The C-Type mk II uses this mode when it needs mobility, such as when travelling from one construction site to the next.



In Normal Mode: Right side view



In Normal Mode: Right side. View of the dual arms which can operate independent of one another.



In Normal Mode: Rear view



In Normal Mode: Left side view



In Normal Mode: Left side. View of the dual arms which can operate independent of one another.



In Construction Mode: Front view. In this mode, the C-Type mk II is a whirlwind of cutters, fusers, smelters welders, extruders, molders, fasteners, solders, lifters, benders, cranes, wreckers and more. It can build anything from the most simple of electronic components to the mightiest of starships in short order.



In Construction Mode: Side view



In Construction Mode: Side view



In Construction Mode: Top view



In Construction Mode: Bottom view



Like all Fourth Generation mecha, the C-Type mk II can crouch completely.



Crouching



View of the knee joints. The C-Type mk II uses a modification of the Third Generation frame for its structure. It replaces the click joints at the knees with FOUR AT-AT joints on each leg.



Because the C-Type mk II is not strictly a military vehicle, the cockpit canopy is transparent, giving the operator an unfettered view of the construction site.



The front window can swing all the way open, allowing the pilot in and out. This is the only Fourth Generation mecha that has a front loading cockpit.



View of cockpit canopy opening.



Size Comparison. From left to right: C-Type mk II (Normal Mode), S-Type mk III, minifig.




Comments

Mithryl Altaire
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bobo mookay77
  August 23, 2011
Amazing!
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  February 16, 2011
wow dude this is freaking amazing ;)
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  January 3, 2011
Quoting Alex Harper awesome colors, but if you're going to put unknown on height width speed etc. dont even put height width speed etc.
Hahaha! Sorry for the confusion. Its just in keeping with the rest of my mecha profiles, which do have all the stats. I never got around to finishing the stats for this one because I got lazy, but also I wanted to leave it as a mysterious machine.
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  January 3, 2011
awesome colors, but if you're going to put unknown on height width speed etc. dont even put height width speed etc.
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  December 29, 2010
This is brilliant.The first thing that came to my mind was "Holy Crap!!!"
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  October 31, 2010
Wow,fantastic mech,very imposing!
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  September 19, 2010
Quoting Marcus Jackson This thing is beastly man, I really like all the weapon and the color scheme. It seems really thick and muscly, which is very awesome. Just fyi, I've got another gundam up.
This one fell so far short of what I wanted for it, but people seem to like it for some reason. Oh well...
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  September 19, 2010
This thing is beastly man, I really like all the weapon and the color scheme. It seems really thick and muscly, which is very awesome. Just fyi, I've got another gundam up.
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  June 5, 2010
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J The complexity is insane!
This one was somewhat of a failure in the end. I wanted to have all the various arms fold away into concealed compartments, but I couldn't because of weight and parts limitations. The two arms that split into four didn't really work out either. Then there is the problem with the wheels in the crotch area...oops... Thanks for the compliments though! I really appreciate them
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  June 4, 2010
The complexity is insane!
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  June 3, 2010
Incredible. Your mecha never cease to amaze me.
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  May 26, 2010
AWESOME GREAT JOB!
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  April 9, 2010
Quoting Robotic Freak 6270 I love it so freakin much dude Tight
Thanks for all the enthusiastic feedback, man! I really appreciate it. I hope to see some of the things that you are building. -Mithryl
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  April 8, 2010
I love it so freakin much dude Tight
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  March 5, 2010
So that's what they call in when they wanna build something really fast and then have fun destroying it. Crazy.
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  January 23, 2010
It's not an average scale model, it's far beyond detailed. The pictures we see make this model live! Actually yes, when you referred to those large wheel like articulations between the legs, that's a very painful detail to place over there. Above that, you made it live by using your photographing skills. I especcially like the yellow put ons.
  January 23, 2010
to me it looks like you would see it in a war zone more then a build site
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  January 22, 2010
congats your mech one my contest for best minifig sise mech
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  January 15, 2010
  November 2, 2009
THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST MOCS I'VE EVE SEEN!!!! By the way, does it actually transform? IF SO THAT'S SO AWESOME!
  September 21, 2009
Wow I like it. It's one of the best I've seen so far. Great job!
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  September 1, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio I can't comment on all the things I like about this. massive, beautifully themed, and overpacked with peripherials.
Thanks man :) Coming from you, that is indeed an honor! My only complaint with this one was that I should not, repeat, should NOT have put those wheel things inbetween the legs. Bad bad bad move.
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  September 1, 2009
I can't comment on all the things I like about this. massive, beautifully themed, and overpacked with peripherials.
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  September 1, 2009
Quoting Parrington Levens I'm not a huge Mech-Head, but this thing is an utter beast! Great color combo aswell, and being able to see the mini-fig through the canopy is a great touch.
I wanted to use that window as a chest piece for ages--but I needed a mech that sufficiently sized for it.
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  August 31, 2009
I'm not a huge Mech-Head, but this thing is an utter beast! Great color combo aswell, and being able to see the mini-fig through the canopy is a great touch.
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  August 25, 2009
Helluva busy mech. Love the details, and the twin-arm design.
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  August 25, 2009
wooooowwwww!!!!!
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  August 25, 2009
these just have that really epic apperence,the colors are fantastic!
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  August 24, 2009
Quoting Moodswim . NOW we're talkin coolness! I love that you applied the construction theme and color scheme to this. All the expanding arms are pretty sweet, too.
I think I was overcompensating for the mk I ;)
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  August 24, 2009
NOW we're talkin coolness! I love that you applied the construction theme and color scheme to this. All the expanding arms are pretty sweet, too.
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  August 24, 2009
Quoting oucho t cactus GREAT SCOTT! this is astounding, enormous, detailed, you could probobaly win the mocolympics with something like this
Thanks oucho :) But I couldn't even get honorable mention in the civilian mecha contest with this.
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  August 24, 2009
GREAT SCOTT! this is astounding, enormous, detailed, you could probobaly win the mocolympics with something like this
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  August 24, 2009
nice one! this is why I wasn't in the mecha contest. lol
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  August 24, 2009
Dude! That is hard core. 5/5:) Check out my stuff! lol awesome job on the multiple arms, and tools.
 
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