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  Custom build RC model of Liebherr LTM 1500-8.1 mobile crane. Scale 1:14

This is my latest project, and something I have been circling around for years! My 500t crane.
The idea is to document the entire build, and make Autodesk Inventor drawings along the way, as components and solutions are developed, designed, and build. This is by far the biggest (model building-) project ever undertaken by me, and it will take a few years, but what a great challenge it is!

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(Current project, vehicle under construction!)


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Custom Scania R620, 8x4. Scale 1:14.

This Scania was born as a regular three axle, R620 kit from Tamiya, but I never build it as such.
Instead it underwent 12 month of custom build, transforming it to a powerful four axle, highly detailed, fully functioning model.
A stunning 132 LED's ensure a realistic look, even in the dark, while digitally sampled sound fill the ambient room.
Only 5% of the original parts were left in their original form, size and shape. Everything else was either replaced, upgraded,
changed, or simply left out.

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Custom build flatbed, automatic microprocessor controlled steering! Scale 1:14.

This flatbed was built from the ground up, and was meant as a final test before I started a very large project.
All six axles have fully automatic steering through a microprocessor, which measures the angle between tractor and trailer.
The landing gear are also fully automated, as the locking pin in the tractors sattel is monitored at all times.
The winch and ramps are controlled via remote, as are the complete set of lights. (LED's).

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Heavily upgraded Leopard 2A6 tank. Scale 1:16. (Sold)

This is the heavy boy in the class! Build years ago, I put a lot of metal upgrades into it, along with various details.
Lights were made using fiber optics, allowing lights in even the smallest places. Great fun to drive!!

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Lauterbacher F1, 26cc. Scale 1:6. (Sold)

This is without any doubt the most beautiful piece of mechanics that I have ever owned! I bought it in a box, one wheel half off, and the entire car in a bad, bad shape. It had seen action, and lots of it!!

I took it completely apart, replaced everything worn or damaged, and polished everything to a shine before it went back on.
When done I had a museum piece, and did not dare to drive it. Lauterbacher F1's are not made anymore, making it quite rare.

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Ohio Class, Ballistic Missile Nuclear Powered Submarine, USS Kentucky SSBN737. Scale 1:81. (Sold)

Build years ago, this working submarine was made in fiberglass. Internal components are placed within water tight compartments, and it has all but the famous sonar.. and missiles!

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Note: This is a very substantial section, so I have not converted it to the new layout.


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  Emma Maersk. Scale 1:220. (Sold)

This project was started, and went on to see the initial hull shape completed, but then different things caused the project to stall, and later go on to be canceled.
Users from around the world has complimented me for the data collection, and this section remains as one of the most visited parts of the site, so I'll let it hang around for now.

Have a look inside, and enjoy a lot of images, and a world a data / information!


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This is a very substantial section, so I have not converted it to the new layout.

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