LEGO set database: Robot. Set number: ; Name: Robot; Also known as: Robot That Folds Down; Set type: Normal; Theme group: Technical. Set was released in and was the only set available that year. This set is a truck which features rack and pinion steering. When a crank in the rear is. Find great deals for Lego Technic Robot From HTF. Shop with confidence on eBay!.

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Instructions For LEGO 8852 Robot

Steering The front wheels can be steered using a “hand of god” wheel. Register a new account. Not overly familiar with the original but I love these. Edited June 21, by Erik Leppen. Posted June 20, You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. This toke a lot of hours getting to know the program and even more time editing all the photo’s. Yet i feel it misses some of the ‘facial exp ression’ of the original.

Then the crank is turned. Wheels and Tires This set has 4 of the 13×24 Model Team wheels. It’s basically a mini transformer!

A second set of pinion gears mates with the racks but is not driven. With parts in total. That’s the problem with rushing thinks to get it done The smaller version is definitely better in my opinion.

As the racks translate, the entire wheelbase constricts and shortens. I have quit a view of old idea’s laying on the corner of my desk About 2 weeks ago I was playing with it and decided to make the left one as well to see the bigger picture. Posted June 27, Barman, your part list doesn’t match you model.


It’s definitely one of my favorites. The wheel drives an axle connected to an 8 tooth pinion gear through a set of 14 tooth bevel gears. This is the hard part and not me speciality. I haven’t been here a wail, but there are some very interesting new mini models entered.

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I think you made an error in length measurment, its 15,4 cm? This one looks a bit clueless.

The use of a worm gear results in a system which cannot be backdriven because the axial friction is 88852 than the backdriving torque due to the screw pitch angle which allows the robot to be supported in transit so that it does not fall under its own weight.

Click for an animation of the steering in motion. The arms pivot via connectors and pins at the shoulder.

LEGO Robot Set 8852

Model by Jerome Boulanger. The steering mechanism itself uses control arms and toothed links.

Transformation The transformation from truck to robot is controlled by lwgo crank in the rear of the vehicle. I’m so glad you added steering, and in the same way as the original going through the body as you open close it. It looks much less “open”, and the use of colors is better as well more gray, less black.


It was just in the frame. This is really great work. I have already taken photo’s for the presentation.

This is one of my first arm lfgo which has been laying around for a couple of years now. Great build, well done: As we say in Holland “I will see it through the fingers”.

Sign In Sign Up. Last week I finally had an idea how to make the steering functional. Tonight I will start making building instructions for the mini robot. I do have lrgo couple of favorites, but still it’s a hard choice.

Mediocre ones come up with good idea’s all the time. Once the robot is upright, the shoulder connector joints can be rotated into place. It really brings out the best in leo. I guess that sets apart the gifted builders from the mediocre ones. First the arms must be disengaged from the axle pins which hold them in place. I really like your steering mechanism.

The overhead control is carefully placed so that it fits through a gap in the chassis when in truck form and does not interfere with the torso during transformation. Lrgo you mean the thing in the back ground, that is a arm module for a star fighter thingy transformer. And your promotional image is spot on.