RC Liebherr LTM11200

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This is an LEGO Technic fully RC version of the Liebherr LTM11200 crane. The model uses 8 motors to drive 18 separate functions. All functions can be opreated remotely using the LEGO PF system. However there are three functions that need manual support (extending the boom, raising the stabilizer arms and rotating the superstructure). For these functions the weight and scale of the model proved to be too big to handle. That is why I offer the instructions at a 50% discount for 37.50 euro. More information can be found on my website.

This model uses quite some string, some of them longer than the official LEGO strings

2x 40 cm
2x 70 cm
1x 120 cm
1x 750 cm
1x 2700 cm (yes that is 27 m!)
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MOC-20920

Name RC Liebherr LTM11200
Designer Jeroen Ottens
Designed 2019
Parts 7705
Theme Technic
Stranger Things 336 x 280
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Building Instructions For Sale

This is a Premium MOC, and the instructions to build it are being sold by the designer (Jeroen Ottens) for €37.50

You will receive building instructions of type PDF - Computer Images from the designer once you have organised payment with them.

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Help Guide - BI File Types
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Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 13, 2019
Boom extended. At this point the whole MOC is under stress from the weight and even with manual assistance.the functions are struggling.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 13, 2019
Boom raised. The superstructure is fairly well balanced without the need for additional ballast.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 13, 2019
Final deployment of the crane showing the ballast MOD.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 12, 2019
This MOC is very heavy and you can see some sag in the carrier.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 12, 2019
Boom mounted to superstructure. Next is to run the strings and add the hook.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 12, 2019
The retracting supports are a great feature. In my version the boom is too heavy for the supports.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 12, 2019
The boom is where I have made most modifications. In my version there are less open spaces and the boom is overall sturdier (and heavier)
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 10, 2019
The boom connection point is absolutely brilliant, really well designed with consideration for separate boom transport.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 10, 2019
Ready for mounting boom
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 10, 2019
Continuing the Mammoet theme
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 10, 2019
Completed carrier and superstructure
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Feb. 2, 2019
A MOD of the ballasts. I tried to get as close to original shape as possible and keep to the scale of the MOC. This would represent 8x 10t ballasts. As I get to the end of the MOC I will need to determine how much weight to add.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
Completion of the carrier section with only a few minor changes. Main change is the color scheme to follow the Mammoet version (actually driven by the fact I have more black parts than white!)
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
I don't normally add stickers, but I wanted this MOC to look really good. The stickers are vinyl and non-permanent.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
No issues with spreading/retracting the stabilizers
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
In my build the rear stabilizers need a little help to extend.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
I'm really impressed by the functionality of the carrier, especially how the functions are divided into two operating modes to maximize the number of functions to x8 on 2x IR receivers. It looks great too.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
Everything so far has good proportions compared to the real crane.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
Close up of the stickers.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 27, 2019
The rear end