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Future Flymech: Set 31034's Alternate mode
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Made from parts in Creator set 31034, this MOC transforms from an articulated mech into jet plane without taking off parts.
About this creation

About this MOC

Future Flymech was made from parts from set 31034, and
transforms from a jet plane to a mech without taking off parts. There are
variety of hinges (frictioned and non-friction) and balljoints from this set,
allowed me to pull this through with a mech with excellent articulations.
(although the back kibbles does hinder the posability due to impaired stability
)


Set 31034 is my first 2015 set I acquire this year. I quickly zip through
building the 3 official modes last Friday and Saturday, then dismantle it and
start building this MOC. In less than 2 days I'm 99% done! 





One thing that I'm proud of is that I managed to streamline the orange parts
underneath the wings.There are just a few orange parts from this set to utilize
so placing them in the right place is challenging.




 



 



The connection as shown by the red arrow is the mech's achilles' heel , easily
pops out when transforming him.



 



 



And the strongest hinges are used in the folding of the nosecone.







 



Leftover, unused parts from 31034



 



 





For more photos and also building instructions, visit my blog entry below:





http://alanyuppie.blogspot.com/2015/01/lego-31034-future-flyer-alternate-mode.html


What's next?


I'm currently very impressed with set 31034's parts selection. I think I just
*might* churn something else out from it by building a mech that transform into
something else (maybe a land vehicle or even a 4-legged mecha-beast).  Will
keep you guys updated!





Comments

 I like it 
  March 10, 2015
cool ,a nice frame~~
 I like it 
  March 4, 2015
Awesome Moc. I've followed your blog for a while. I recently bought this set and made a Moc. I'd like to see a triple changer out of this set in the future :)
Yap Alan
 I like it 
Judah Santiago
  January 25, 2015
Very cool,I like how you bought a set and turned it to be a transformer,I do that somtimes,maybe instructions
 I like it 
  January 25, 2015
Very cool Yap, is this moc built with components that come only from Set 31034?
Yap Alan
 I like it 
colby larsen
  January 24, 2015
Amazing work once again! Nice to see u post something after all this time!
 I like it 
  January 24, 2015
Sensational work!
 I like it 
  January 24, 2015
I'd like to see your instructions for this. As usual, outstanding job.
  January 24, 2015
Another winner Yap alan! great work, i can't wait to get this set and build your transformer!
 I made it 
  January 24, 2015
Quoting colby larsen Amazing work once again! Nice to see u post something after all this time!
... but ... .but I posted something 2 weeks ago.LOL! Well I'm on a roll recently.. sort of. Been opening sets and quickly built them ,then dismantle to harvest their parts to replenish my pile for future MOC purpose.
 I like it 
  January 24, 2015
Awesome work!
 
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