AT-DT Walker

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Add 2 Light Bluish Grey Minifig Hands and 2 Dark Bluish Grey Minifig Hands.

I add a "stand" in the building instructions if you want to secure the stand-up position of the walker. Its LDD File is available here : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oxfIQpj5dtKKLhdCsSarKfjR5CaPReyk

If you have some remark or problem with the instructions, let me know and I will correct. Don’t hesitate if you have questions! And if you have improvement to propose... ;)

Moreover, could you post pictures of yours when you finish to build it and write a comment below please? Thanks ! :)
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MOC-18202

Name AT-DT Walker
Designer BricksFeeder
Designed 2018
Inventory 617 parts
Theme Star Wars > Solo

8 COMMENTS

  • 11 months, 3 weeks ago Fabian2 Level 7
    After building this i have to say: It does look absolutely beautiful. The Detail is amazing. Though one thing i do have to say: This AT-Walker is about as stable as a Nuclear Power Plant going through a Melt Down ^^.
    But that doesn't really matter because this walker makes it up more than enough through detail and looks.
    • 11 months, 3 weeks ago BricksFeeder Level 14 Designed this MOC
      Thank you! :) Ha Ha ha Nice expression (Nuclear Power Plant going through a Melt Down) ;) Yes The legs are not very stable as I say in the video and the MOC description. I designed this MOC quickly for a LEGO Convention so... It's not perfect at all! :)
  • 1 year, 3 months ago KristofPucejdl Level 12 MOC Designer
    Very nice looking MOC and kudos for sharing nice instructions! I just went through and I appreciate the extra care with included pictures and notes.
    • 1 year, 3 months ago BricksFeeder Level 14 Designed this MOC
      Thank you. :)  
      it's a bit long to do but I prefer to provide that than a simple LXF file. especially because the building process is more logical like that than what LDD propose.
      But I'm sorry for the size of the file which is a little heavy ... I don't have any software to edit pdf files yet ...
      • 1 year, 3 months ago KristofPucejdl Level 12 MOC Designer
        There are some quite handy online pdf editors, mostly when it comes to functions like compression, they work quite well. When creating my instructions, before getting some more substantial software, I was using an online tool called ilovepdf :)
        • 1 year, 3 months ago BricksFeeder Level 14 Designed this MOC
          Yes, I use SmallPDF to compress my instruction. 

          Ah ok. ilovepdf can do task as merge pdf, add pictures, etc... as Adobe ?
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