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LEGO: Titanic - The largest LEGO set ever created! (10294)

Today LEGO Group has officially revealed the Titanic (10294) which is the largest LEGO set ever created. This incredible detailed replica of the most famous ship of all time is made up of 9,090 pieces and is long 1,35 meters!

Beneath the unmistakable exterior of the LEGO Titanic, there are several interior rooms to explore including the First-Class grand staircase which spans six decks and the Jacobean-style dining saloon which was located on the ship’s D deck.

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On October first LEGO will drop a new App-Controlled replica of the Cat D11 Bulldozer. This model includes two 15 motors, two large motors, one hub and measures over 26 cm high, 57 cm long and 37 cm wide.

Just like the real bulldozer, this LEGO Technic model is built in modular sections. Use the CONTROL+ app to operate and explore this heavy-duty machine. Use the app to drive and steer. The app delivers realistic movement as you raise, lower and tilt the blade or raise and lower the ripper and ladder.

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lego moc jeep willys sariel

Our friend Sariel keeps amusing us with his LEGO Technic masterpieces. This time he build a detailed RC replica of a legendary US military utility vehicle: the Jeep Wilys. The model features 4×4 drive, suspension, steering and custom stickers. If you wanna built it by yourself don’t worry: on Rebrickable you find full building instructions.

lego moc jeep willys sariel

Sariel declared: “A friend has suggested building the classic Jeep Willys to me, but the idea didn’t seem feasible because of the small selection of suitable wheels and because most of them were small, limiting the size of such a model. Then I remembered the classic 24×43 wheels and it kinda went downhill from there.”

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<p style="text-align: center;"><img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-86591" src="http://www.hobbymedia.it/wpx/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/LEGO-42129-4x4-Zetros-box.jpg" alt="LEGO 42129 4x4 Zetros box" width="700" height="667" /></p> Questa estate è in arrivo un nuovo set LEGO Technic che farà impazzire tutti i modellisti appassionati di camion. Si tratta di una dettagliata replica del <strong>Mercedes-Benz Zetro Trial Truck</strong> (42129). Questo set conta 2108 pezzi e viene controllato a distanza tramite l'App con Control+. <!--more--> Il truck originale viene prodotto in varie versione ma quella riprodotta dalla LEGO è quella Trial con un doppio asse posteriore. La replica che arriverà sugli scaffali dei negozi di giocattoli avrà un prezzo di circa 300 euro e sarà disponibile all'inizio del mese di agosto.    

Next month LEGO will release the new Technic set 4×4 Mercedes-Benz Zetros (42129). The model is super detailed and ensures an immersive building experience. For the first time in LEGO Technic, this truck features a differential lock: lock and unlock the differentials with the CONTROL + app to maneuver the truck on rough terrain.

To show us the features of this new radio-controlled truck, our friend Sariel decided to make a video showing the Mercedes-Benz Zetros 4×4 in action with custom trial trucks. Who will win?

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Looks like October first will be the “LEGO Pick day”!  After the Technic replica of the legendary Ford Raptor F150 the Danish company announced a LEGO Creator Pickup Truck set (10290) to hit the shelves on the same day. Packed with details, this true-to-life model recreates the vintage pickup truck shape with its rounded lines. This set is part of a collectible series of buildable models for adults who appreciate beautiful design and immersive building experiece.

Explore the model to discover realistic pickup truck features like a stepside bed, opening doors and tailgate and removable wooden side railings.

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After summer LEGO is going to released a super detailed Technic replica of the Ford Raptor F150 (42126), one of the more recognizable Ford trucks. According to the leaked image this set will have 1,379 pieces and will be released on October 1st for 139.99€.

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lego A suspension design that allows to have a remotely locked differential without adding extra width.

If you are into LEGO RC models you will be happy to discover that he legendary Technic designer Sariel has just addressed the well-known problem of open LEGO differentials, which are prone to slip situations (when one wheel has less traction than the other, it becomes the only driven wheel on the axle which can stop the whole vehicle) and which can be locked but this results in very wide suspension units which are unusable for most models.

As you can see in the video below, moving the differential up, however, it’s possible to keep the suspension’s width unchanged at the cost of added height.

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