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Mocathalon 2011: Entry #25-Walk the dog
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The Leftovers

Mocathalon 2011


Good evening everyone. Yes it is I, Dr. Mikhail Whackemoff, founder of Whackemoff Stellar Enterprises Inc. I am here to promote my latest mechanized wonder to make your lives even more hassle free than you could possibly imagine. With humble pride I present the Sanibot-3000. This civilian inspired utility mech is the ultimate pet companion. It will take any critter ranging from a Pomeranian to a pachyderm out for walkies, carry their favorite treat and even clean up their messes with ultra modern efficiency! With the Sanibot-3000 you’ll never need another machine to take care of your furry friends for the rest of their lives, or yours for that matter.

Let me take you on a tour to show you all the bells and whistles. We’ll start at the front. The engine is housed in the primary wheel assembly and the rechargeable batteries continue to receive power whenever the S-3000 is moving.

Moving to the right side we see its modular construction. In essence, the S-3000 can be disassembled and reassembled in a few hours for maintenance or storage/transportation needs.

Back here are the tanks. The tank on the right stores the chemical compounds for the freeze ray on the right arm actuator and the tank on the left holds the collected frozen bits of nastiness left by our pets. The black hoses are for venting excess gases from the tanks. We wouldn’t want any explosions of frozen fecal pellets caused by pressure build up, now would we?

Between them is the 20 cubic foot refrigerated food storage compartment. It even has an industrial circulating fan on top. Hmm, I wonder why I didn’t route the hoses to that instead. Oh well!

The left side looks much the same with the only real difference is the collar connecting the vacuum hose to the tank.

Now here come the goodies, yippee! Here is the S-3000’s freeze ray emitter. By firing a concentrated stream of liquid nitrogen and a couple of secret ingredients I added, any pet waste is instantly frozen at the molecular level.

Moving to the left side we have our left arm actuator with the combination manipulator claw and four-cylinder, 125 horse-power super-suction Cyclone vacuum. There isn’t anything it can’t suck up. How do you think I got this claw!

Up here is the S-3000’s sensory dome. It has full 360 degree rotation and a max sighting range of 500 meters. These polycarbonate panels are actually night lights so the S-3000 can be fully utilized at any hour of the day or evening.

Dr. W.: Now let’s have a little demonstration shall we? Today we have a special guest, snowboarder extraordinaire Kelly Sinclaire!
Kelly: Thanks doc, when I heard about your newest invention I had to come and see if it would be perfect for Buttercup!

Dr. W.: Buttercup eh.

Kelly: Well here she is already dining on her favorite greens, jojoba leaves.
Dr. W.: Hey what the heck happened to the lights? I ordered a fully lit studio for the entire shoot?
Kelly: Maybe if you paid your electric bill on time for once this wouldn’t happen so much.
Dr. W.: Can it Kels, another smart aleck remark and I’ll take back that 50 dollar check I issued to you.
Kelly: 50! You said 5,000 over the vide-phone!
Dr. W.: You better take a look where that decimal point is again little miss pigtails. Alright, time to get this nag a crappin’. Hope that green stuff is high in fiber!
Kelly: Son of a b!*@# (Kelly just eyeballed the check for a second time)!

Dr. W.: Whoa that was quick and talk about a steaming pile of poo! We’ll be right back after a brief commercial.

Dr. W.: Were back and now with that donkey out of the way,
Kelly: She’s a horse ya’ one armed bandit!
Dr. W.: whatever, we can finally see our star in action. Sanibot locks onto the target, aims,

Dr. W.: and fires!

Dr. W.: In mere micro-seconds that foul mass is transformed into harmless frozen chunks processes plant material.

Dr. W.: Sanibot now brings in the Cyclone vacuum claw and away goes the evidence.

Kelly: I have to admit that is impressive doc.

Dr. W.: Of course it is and we are done.

Kelly: Except Buttercup just dropped another deuce!

Dr. W.: Not to worry, there is plenty of room in the tank. Sanibot take care of this.

Kelly: Umm, doc what’s it shooting at?

Dr. W.: Hmm, it appears some ‘product’ must have been stuck to your animal’s posterior.
Kelly: OH NO DOCTOR, DO SOMETHING!!!
Buttercup: WHINNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEY!!!
Dr. W.: Well that’s all time we have folks and more a mere $30,000 credits a Sanibot-3000 can be in your driveway tomorrow! Good night.


Legal Disclaimer: Whackemoff Stellar Enterprises Inc. is not responsible for the accidental freezing of animal genitalia. No animals were injured in the making of this infomercial, much.



Comments

 I made it 
  March 18, 2011
Thanks everyone for the comments and Mithryl your idea of a horse skeleton sounds fantastic. unfortunately I'm sorely lacking in time and talent to pull that off here! Maybe next time.
 I like it 
  March 15, 2011
Cool contraption! Very funny. You should have had it vacuum the horse, and then only the horse skeleton was left.
 I like it 
  March 15, 2011
Neat contraption. 3 points. Also... thanks for reminding my why I should never shave my head...
 I like it 
  March 14, 2011
>> 3 points <<
  March 14, 2011
Funny stuff, your score = 3
 I like it 
  March 14, 2011
Ok now that was funny! Plus it had all the little bits and bobs we were looking for. Nice work, score of 4! ~ Chris.
  March 14, 2011
Score = 2
Mike Johnson
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Dominick S
  March 13, 2011
Haha. My last name is Sinclair! Coincedince, I think not!
 I made it 
  March 13, 2011
Quoting Liam Covey First of all, I would like to note the awesomeness in the S.N.O.T. technique you have in the back. Secondly, I think the sensory dome is great. Thirdly, this is a really funny concept and probably a product I would buy (if I had that many credits).
Finances can always be arranged for preferred customers! Anyway thanks for the feedback. Now I need to get my next one going for the mocathalon ASAP!
 I made it 
  March 13, 2011
Quoting Deus _ A bit long presentation, if you ask me. The detail and concept are genius, though.
Thanks for the input. Hopefully the judges will enjoy it for what it is.
 I like it 
  March 13, 2011
First of all, I would like to note the awesomeness in the S.N.O.T. technique you have in the back. Secondly, I think the sensory dome is great. Thirdly, this is a really funny concept and probably a product I would buy (if I had that many credits).
 I like it 
  March 13, 2011
A bit long presentation, if you ask me. The detail and concept are genius, though.
 I made it 
  March 13, 2011
Quoting Dominick S Haha. My last name is Sinclair! Coincedince, I think not!
Hmmm, maybe no. Maybe yes. I'll let that one simmer for a bit!
 I made it 
  March 13, 2011
Quoting Hans DendauwNPD Flying frozen fecal pellets aren't something anyone wants. LMAO! The machine is great and the presentation was hilarious. The freezing of the road-apples was the best.~H
Thanks Hans, I appreciate it. Hopefully the judges feel will the same way!
 I like it 
  March 13, 2011
Flying frozen fecal pellets aren't something anyone wants. LMAO! The machine is great and the presentation was hilarious. The freezing of the road-apples was the best.~H
 
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