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HAMSTER a Lego remote control MECH (update 30/8)
Meet a one foot tall MECH that can move, shoot and be remotely controlled.
About this creation
Hello Lego fans ! Here's my first sharing of my lego creations on MOCpages. I do have some more at my site link below. Without further a do, here is HAMSTER's intro movie. Enjoy



And finally here is HAMSTER's Operation movie.. Just Uploaded. Sorry for taking a little long, I had issues with encoding the video. ENJOY !



Specifications:
Size Measurements - It measures 42:46:32(cm) and 50:57:34(cm) when fully extended. They are Length, Breadth and Height respectively, and Weighs approximately 4kg.
Turret Rotational Radius - 10cm
Special Parts used:
Big Speakers - 1x 10W (wired with a RCX connector)
Small Speakers - 2x 8 ohm (wired with RCX connector)
Speaker connector to NXT - (RCX connector to two pin male)
Speaker output from NXT - (two pin female wired onto the speaker connectors inside the NXT)
Major Parts used:
Electronic - 3 NXT Bricks, 10 NXT Motors, 7 Touch Sensors and 6 Light Sensors.
Wheels - 200 large link threads, 8 large sprockets, 12 RCX Wheel 49.6 x 28 VR.
Turntable - Total of 3 are used in the Turret Torso and Arms.
Technic parts - both studded and stud-less
Functional Highlights:
Turret - Fully rotational, unlimited 360 degree horizontal rotations with 60 degree vertical Arm aiming.
Right Turret Armaments -  Rubber-band Gun, Fully Automatic, 1 to 8 shots per round, up to 140 rounds per salvo (Gun is Interchangeable)
Left Turret Armaments - Rubber-band Gun, Fully Automatic, 1 higher precision shot up to 20 per salvo (Gun is Interchangeable)
Non-Functional Highlights:
Base Armaments - Missile Pods( 4 touch sensors ) with Weapon Racks on its side.
Light sensors - All of them only light up for show, they act like weapon guidance systems.


Visit My site for more.
And my HAMSTER page to find out about HAMSTER's story.



Comments

 I like it 
  September 11, 2011
Hi Ezekiel, Cool creation! The handglove kind of remote control is fantastic! Congrats. How did you create the voice in the video? I assume that it's not your own voice? Keep on building, Vuurzoon.
  February 25, 2011
Hi! you build a very cool HAMSTER ;) and exactly in the weight class of my functional lego mech, 4kg. We make a contest here soon, maybe you interested to be part of it. If you like take a look at my groups, i post link to the video youtube and have some pictures. Im shure somebody like you like this idea the same then me ;) greatings and keep on bricking!!! Rayjunx
  September 3, 2010
I am impressed. A worthy contender for top LEGO design. Would like to see the robot live in action :)
 I made it 
  September 1, 2010
Quoting Metal Monkey Nice! I like how you used NXT in it, but at the same time it looks more like an awsome tank than a robot. I am assuming it also uses PF motors?
Nope, none at all it's purely NXT. PF motors are strong but not strong enough to power this beast. Here someone did a motor comparison http://www.philohome.com/motors/motorcomp.htm
 I like it 
  August 30, 2010
Nice! I like how you used NXT in it, but at the same time it looks more like an awsome tank than a robot. I am assuming it also uses PF motors?
 
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