MOCpages : Share your LEGO® creations
LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop Baunmaald Mining Day 1 pt. 1Space and science fiction
Welcome to the world's greatest LEGO fan community!
Explore cool creations, share your own, and have lots of fun together.  ~  It's all free!
Baunmaald Mining Day 1 pt. 1
Rate it  12345       Add a comment Add a comment   Zoom in  Zoom in
MEGAlodus Mining is an interplanetary mining corporation that has expanded rapidly throughout the galaxy. This is just one of its operations on the planet Baunmaald.
About this creation
It seems as though the MEGAlodus Mining Corp. has found the jackpot on the planet Baunmaald. On Baunmaald MEGAlodus is focusing on mining for expensive jewels. Today, scouts found a ruby deposit which will bring in a lot of credits. As lucrative as they may be, danger is always abound.

Mining for jewels has been extremely refined in the last few decades. One of the greatest expenses in Mining for jewels is the acid canisters that must be purchased to wear away the worthless rock and other minerals that won't bring a profit. Mixed with water, because the acid is too viscous without it, the acid is projected out of the mining equipment. Once the rock and minerals are worn away, the jewels can be "harvested."

(Note to viewers: Any descriptions for pictures will be below the picture)

One of the most useful vessels of the MEGAlodus corp, is the AHM-626. With quad acid blasters, it is formidable in the beginning stages of mining a large deposit.

The Mining foreman (center) and two Heavy Miners await the AHM-626 to finish its rounds so they can begin precise mining.

The quad acid blasters work wonders on the deposit site revealing many rubies in the process.

One of the heavy miners approaches the worn down site and begins to start up acid blaster 1 on his equipment.

Both blasters are up and running and revealing precious gems.

While the blasters are revealing some rubies, the Foreman approaches the heavy miner giving him details on the current mining operation through their com-links.

Foreman: "It seems as though we've come across quite a large deposit, and even though it may solve our problems this week, corporate has such a demand for rubies, they'll be working us overtime unless we can get a great start today. We need to fill at least one crate, minimum, but two would be welcome."

Miner: "Sounds good to me, but two is a little much. I think corporate is pushing us too hard. Besides, this site is gonna drain a lot of acid canisters because the minerals are a little stronger than we thought."

Foreman: "Well do what you can. I know we can pull it off."

And sure enough, more rubies were revealed as the acid wore away the surfaces of the deposit.

Another heavy miner continues to wear away the surface of the deposit.

The AHM-626 has finished using its quad blaster, and the tube from the water reserve needs to be moved from the right to the left.

And so by flipping a couple switches, the pilot moves the tube from right to left, which gives water to the left blaster.

The left blaster has a special use, in which it shoots acid onto the MEGA-saw so that cutting through the deposits is like cutting through butter.

The MEGA-saw starts to cut away at the rock.


Moving on to more rock.

The mining Foreman calls off the heavy miner.

Foreman: "Good work, you're done here. I'll call in the chain saws to harvest the rubies."

Miner: "Got it, moving on."

Foreman: "We need a saw up here quickly, we don't have a lot of time to lose."

Saw-man: "Got it, on my way!"


Cole Hartfiel
 I like it 
Infinity Life
  November 5, 2009
Great job!
 I like it 
  May 30, 2009
I like it! Good story, hope to see more!
By Cole Hartfiel
Add to my favorite builders

people like this. See who.

1,446 visitors
Added May 30, 2009

LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop Baunmaald Mining Day 1 pt. 1Space and science fiction

You Your home page | LEGO creations | Favorite builders
Activity Activity | Comments | Creations
Explore Explore | Recent | Groups
MOCpages is an unofficial, fan-created website. LEGO® and the brick configuration are property of The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, own, or endorse this site.
©2002-2018 Sean Kenney Design Inc | Privacy policy | Terms of use