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Advanced Customization Pt. 3: Arm Extentions for the UXM-1.T
One design concept that Nearly All XTs share in common is the ability to use accessory modules known as "Arm Extentions" The UXM-1.T Bloc.30 is no exception. Contrary to their name, Extentions don't actually "extend" the arms. Instead, they Replace the arms.In order to accomodate an Extention, literally the Entire forearm, including the elbow joint, must be removed. The result, depending on the spesific Extention used, can be a substantial increase in Fire Power. Fortunatly, these Extentions are Not designed to be installed on Humans.
About this creation
This package includes specially adapted versions of the Gatling Guns and Rail Guns seen Here (i'm not going to post the same information twice) Also included is the GL-87 Grenade Launcher and the PCX-96 Plasma Cannon.




Grenade Launchers are often overlooked because they essentialy Big Guns with Exploding Bullets. However, Not All Grenades Explode.Some of them spew out smoke making freindly forces invisible to enemy soldiers, or acting as a signal for air support. I could go on. In short, The Grenade launcher is the Physical weapon thatt does everything a Missile can't. Shown here is the Dragonstar Technologies GL-87



Recently, DragonTech has been experimenting in Energy Based Weaponry. Particularly, Plasma Based Weapons. We have several plasma based Melee weapons allready in production, but now we are proud to announce the advent of the PCX-96 Plasma Cannon. Sadly however, the design is imperfect. Due to its Notoriously SHORT range and Painfully slow recharge rate, the PCX-96 will probably never leave the R&D phase. Oh, well. More on Energy Weapons later.

The Fine Print: the UXM-1 and all of its derrivatives, excluding UXM-T Bloc.30, are (c) BiO If I did not make myself clear, the forearms of the UXM-1 must be removed (including the T-Piece) in order to install any extentions. The LXF can be downloaded below.



Building instructions
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Comments

  January 9, 2012
uhh, Windows 7? and I usually have the graphics settings on full (and compatibility mode at 0), at least for screenshots. (my comp can't handle full graphics when building usually)
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  January 9, 2012
Quoting ariklego ...The Director! nope, no problems with it. I was just wondering how you did it... so I could do it. :P strangely, it won't let me use it. do you have to have the graphics settings on full or something? and I still think you should modify the gatling gun at least a little bit. of course, considering that I've been trying to find a way to add an end thing to similarly-done gatling guns and still haven't found a way, maybe I should just be quiet... :P
Graphics settings on full, compatibility mode at 0. What operating system are you using?
  January 8, 2012
nope, no problems with it. I was just wondering how you did it... so I could do it. :P strangely, it won't let me use it. do you have to have the graphics settings on full or something? and I still think you should modify the gatling gun at least a little bit. of course, considering that I've been trying to find a way to add an end thing to similarly-done gatling guns and still haven't found a way, maybe I should just be quiet... :P
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  January 8, 2012
Quoting ariklego ...The Director! well, give me a little while to brainstorm and get an idea for the hands on my latest Mech, then I'll save and download the LXF file for your cool-looking guns and actually comment on what I think of them. :P by the way, what is it with those little grey line things that have been on the edges of all the bricks in your latest pictures?
Open LDD, Go to "Edit" Click "Preferences" and there'll be a check box labled "Outline Bricks" Click that and Viola... Litle Grey Lines. What, You got a Problem with that? EDIT: The gatlings aren't changing. Also the Blue in the Rail guns is the glow from the Accellerator Magnets so They aren't, changing either. Thanks for your advice anyhow.
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  January 8, 2012
okay, I looked at them (I also finished the hands on my Mech :P). the grenade launchers are awesome, awesome, and... *drumroll...* awesome. the gatling guns need some kind of large, circular piece attached to the front and also revised ammo drums, but are otherwise very cool. the railguns need more stuff sticking out the back and, unless you choose to get rid of the transparent blue, should probably be called something other than railguns. the plasma cannons... well, I think you were suffering from a severe case of Overuseoftransparentpiece Syndrome (OTS), and the use of the palm tree piece on the end makes it look like a blunderbuss or some kind of water-spraying device, but other than that it's cool. and I just typed another essay... :P
  January 8, 2012
well, give me a little while to brainstorm and get an idea for the hands on my latest Mech, then I'll save and download the LXF file for your cool-looking guns and actually comment on what I think of them. :P by the way, what is it with those little grey line things that have been on the edges of all the bricks in your latest pictures?
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  January 8, 2012
Quoting ariklego ...The Director! arm extension weapons: a trade-off between the endless uses and versatility of actually having hands and the sheer firepower of extension weapons that can never be matched by any hand weapon.
Precisely.
  January 8, 2012
arm extension weapons: a trade-off between the endless uses and versatility of actually having hands and the sheer firepower of extension weapons that can never be matched by any hand weapon.
 
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