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Ultra Articulated "T" Joint Mech / Robot Frame
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articulation, articulation articulation!
About this creation
I have finally come up with an upgrade for my V2 "T" joint frame. This new one is ideal for serious mech builders (it has double knee joints, lots of ankle articulation and some other nifty upgrades). It's leaner, meaner and really cool! Stands almost 6" tall. Dress him up into your favourite mech or robot!

Watch the youtube video slideshow click here .

My new version and the V2 are available thru my new website. click here . You will find it on the products and services page!


Some cool poses...

























Old and new together - size comparison...




Comments

 I like it 
  May 29, 2014
nice,i love this!
 I like it 
  February 16, 2014
Quoting andros tempest only the creator can reply to comments on their own mocs, unlike in group conversations
Actually, by copying the coding from the group convos, you can! Just reply to someone, copy the text box, replace the message and name of quoting and viola! You've replied! Just don't abuse this and make fun of other people using it. Keep it clean...
 I like it 
  February 16, 2014
Yeah, plagerism is NOT cool. And you know what the scary thing is? Anyone can do it! Heck, I've already reverse-engeneered your T-frame into LDD. But of course, you can count on me to never reveal it to anyone. My lips are sealed, and I'll reference you whenever I post a MOC. Still, that doesn't stop me from making a t-frame guncannon!
 I made it 
  February 16, 2014
This is actually one of the kits I sell on my website - its actually also been swiped by a guy in china and made with clone bricks too ugggg! looks like I need to call my lawyer! Cheers!
Quoting andros tempest I see you've been swiped again. Arms and legs are identical! I've put in a report at Brickbusters. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/381373 @ Glorified Pessimist - only the creator can reply to comments on their own mocs, unlike in group conversations.
  February 16, 2014
I see you've been swiped again. Arms and legs are identical! I've put in a report at Brickbusters. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/381373 @ Glorified Pessimist - only the creator can reply to comments on their own mocs, unlike in group conversations.
  February 2, 2014
A cheap way to make "T-joints" from your current collection is to cut your Lego ladders, you can make 6 of them from one ladder. Basically the same. And before anyone says I cheated, if you call getting something free from something you no longer need "cheating", then you only cheat yourself, lol!
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  August 8, 2013
This is clever and brilliant!! Thank you for sharing.
 I made it 
  July 30, 2013
Bricklink is much cheaper when you are buying volumes I am buying for my crazy personal Lego Projects!
Quoting Glorified Pessimist I can't seem to find the 'reply' button, so a new comment! I understand. I like people like you who just want to make up losses, and won't over price everything like, well, every major retailer. The 'pneumatic t connector' wasn't it, but it was one of the things I have been looking for, so thanks! 10 cents, wow. Still you have a good idea. Maybe I should check out 'Pick a Brick' more often. Thanks!
 I like it 
  July 30, 2013
I can't seem to find the 'reply' button, so a new comment! I understand. I like people like you who just want to make up losses, and won't over price everything like, well, every major retailer. The 'pneumatic t connector' wasn't it, but it was one of the things I have been looking for, so thanks! 10 cents, wow. Still you have a good idea. Maybe I should check out 'Pick a Brick' more often. Thanks!
 I made it 
  July 30, 2013
actually if you factor your time and getting all the parts etc.. the price is right - I don't get rich by selling Lego frames if you know what I mean! On bricklink try pneumatic t connector but they are usually not cheaper than the 10cents on pick a brick. I always buy those new to ensure tight joints for my projects.
Quoting Glorified Pessimist I would buy this from you, but that price is just too much. Sorry. Do you know what that 'T' joint is called on bricklink? I likely won't buy it anytime soon, but I would like to know whether you are offering an accurate price. Those are a lot of rare and great pieces.
 I like it 
  July 30, 2013
I would buy this from you, but that price is just too much. Sorry. Do you know what that 'T' joint is called on bricklink? I likely won't buy it anytime soon, but I would like to know whether you are offering an accurate price. Those are a lot of rare and great pieces.
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
I won't post instructions. However, I will post a screenshot of that comment to show the others why I didn't post LDD. :)
 I made it 
  July 26, 2013
he CAN flap his wings like me!
Quoting Robert Sanft III nice new take on the T frame. I'm surprised you didn't change the shoulder joint to allow you to spread the arms to be more human like instead of the 1 peg connection. All u gotta do is flip the T joint 90 degrees. thats probably the biggest change i've done with your original frame.
  July 26, 2013
nice new take on the T frame. I'm surprised you didn't change the shoulder joint to allow you to spread the arms to be more human like instead of the 1 peg connection. All u gotta do is flip the T joint 90 degrees. thats probably the biggest change i've done with your original frame.
 I made it 
  July 26, 2013
I rarely use a frame for formers since you need to consider all the different transformation mechanisms in the design
Quoting Anthony Norris Maybe you can make some new legoformers out of this!
 I made it 
  July 26, 2013
as long as u do not post instructions, that would jepordize my design
Quoting Declan Muller I've been waiting for this! Now that you've posted it, I can kinda reverse-engineer it to use for my Pacific Rim Jaeggers. I probably won't need instructions, because I'm kinda good at that stuff. Don't worry, I'll give you the credit for the design...b
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
I've been waiting for this! Now that you've posted it, I can kinda reverse-engineer it to use for my Pacific Rim Jaeggers. I probably won't need instructions, because I'm kinda good at that stuff. Don't worry, I'll give you the credit for the design...b
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
Maybe you can make some new legoformers out of this!
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  July 26, 2013
Remarkably cool design, Chris. Thanks for sharing this - if I get brave enough to venture into System-building, I will TOTALLY use this, and TOTALLY Cred you for it! =)
 I made it 
  July 26, 2013
just slap on a 2 x 3 plate on each side - done!
Quoting Brick Boy An outstanding upgrade! Although a few concerns are apparent... Meaning, the thighs:I It seems hard attach a lot of detail to just one stud. Besides this, the knew frame is AMAZING! I'm know waiting for an awesome Spider-man with this frame! if you ever did make a Spider-Man with the old Frame, you could make Venom for an excellent scale! Great work! -Brick boy
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
An outstanding upgrade! Although a few concerns are apparent... Meaning, the thighs:I It seems hard attach a lot of detail to just one stud. Besides this, the knew frame is AMAZING! I'm know waiting for an awesome Spider-man with this frame! if you ever did make a Spider-Man with the old Frame, you could make Venom for an excellent scale! Great work! -Brick boy
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
Great articulation.
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  July 26, 2013
Cool!
 I made it 
  July 26, 2013
he has articulate waist and chest wrist ankles and the usual!
Quoting Gilbert Despathens This is exactly what I've been trying to achieve with Bionicle. It looks like you have every joint except for fingers, toes, a jaw, and a bending waist, but that's more than anyone needs at such a small scale. Also, I like the new proportions. They look a lot more realistic than the v1. It should be exciting to see what a fleshed-out version looks like.
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
This is exactly what I've been trying to achieve with Bionicle. It looks like you have every joint except for fingers, toes, a jaw, and a bending waist, but that's more than anyone needs at such a small scale. Also, I like the new proportions. They look a lot more realistic than the v1. It should be exciting to see what a fleshed-out version looks like.
 I made it 
  July 26, 2013
u can buy one from me and save yourself the effort - see the link above!
Quoting Glorified Pessimist Good work! I would build this, but for me to do that, I would have to own the pieces first. Quick, Robin! To Bricklink!
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
Good work! I would build this, but for me to do that, I would have to own the pieces first. Quick, Robin! To Bricklink!
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
Poseable with strong joints is a hard technical challenge and I think that you've really succeeded here. It looks good in plain black but I can't wait to see what you'll do with it.
 I like it 
  July 26, 2013
Wow he is flexible . Awesome idea .
 
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