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Monday, August 19, 2019

Digital Instructions for LEGO Transformer Microscope from set 70842: Emmet's Couch Mech!


If you're new here, check out the official photo gallery/blog post for this LEGO Creation first. Interested to build one ? Let's go!

DIGITAL INSTRUCTIONS (new!!)


Credits in preparing this digital instruction goes to Antonio Nasella aka TheMaster .  Thank you so much!



If you are up to the challenge,  try Challenging Version below, where building instructions are compact, just 10 images worth.  Children might require adult supervision, though.

There's a newbie version  too, with about thrice as many instruction steps, suitable for beginners. Just keep scrolling down to look for them.

Note: A few required parts were taken from LEGO minifigures in the set.

CHALLENGING VERSION











Done building the components above?  Refer to official gallery of this creation to connect them together.

If you're having difficulty following the Challenging Version above, try follow the Newbie Version below.

NEWBIE VERSION

Left Arm



Arm in 2 angles



Shoulder joint in 2 angles


Right Arm



Arm in 2 angles



 
Shoulder joint in 2 angles

Body






Pelvis



Completed pelvis shown in few angles.


Chestplate

Orange parts courtesy of Unikitty from this set.






Left Leg




At this point... you are free to apply the tiles in any way you wanted onto the bare leg.


Leg shown in 2 angles

Right Leg




Leg shown in 2 angles

Legs (connecting them all)

The following is the left thigh with knee hinge



The following is the right thigh with knee hinge



Merging the thighs with the rest of the legs.


The 1x3 dark gray plate shown at the middle above was taken from Unikitty figure. This is a part with a few dots printed on it.


Scope

Note the white mug used for this component






Scope Hinge




Completed hinge should be able to swivel to follow the orientation above.

All Done? Yay...!! 

Hope the instructions above are clear and direct . Ready to put them all together? Click here to refer to completed photos of  this creation in various angles to assist you.

Waitaminute. Where's the head?

There are just a handful of parts left after building the above components. Your final challenge ..... build the head yourself  with those parts. Don't worry.. it'll be very easy! 


"Thank you for building me!"

1 comment:

  1. i almost have all the parts to build this guy without the set

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