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www.konajra.com

Detailed LEGO® models

Konajra builds LEGO® models of ships, houses, mining machines and sometimes space.

all the models are build in 1:40. Which is roughly minifig scale. Most of the models are first designed with MLcad. An open source designprogram available at www.ldraw.org

Feel free to look around and if you have any question, just send an email.


At the moment this website is
under construction,

So you might miss a few models. But you can still download the MLcad files of some of my models in the download section.

Current Project

Ocean Tug Smit Zwarte Zee
Ocean Tug Smit Zwarte Zee
current

Smit Zwarte Zee

One of the most beautiful ocean going tugs ever owned by Smit Internationale Sleepdiensten in the Netherlands.

Build in 1962/63 it was the strongest, 9000Bhp, tug for a while. It is 77,5 m long which makes it the biggest ship I have designed so far. The LEGO® model will be 196cm long. 70 cm longer than the Grampian Don. The model is first completely designed in MLcad and will hopefully be build this year. If so I show it at LEGOWorld Utrecht, the Netherlands
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About Konajra


Detailed LEGO® models

As many other builders I started playing with LEGO® when I was a about 5 years old. I remember building mainly city related creations like houses cars and boats. When I got older I was given some technic sets, unfortunately I never got the technic chassis nr. 8860 as a child. As many other builders I also had my dark-age. I think it was from my 14th till my 25th. At that age I rediscoverd LEGO®. But all I did at that time was buying the large technic sets I could not buy as a child. I builded the models and stored them.

"I never got the technic chassis nr. 8860 as a child."

It was that way untill I started seaching the internet for a solution for a problem I had with the motorized bulldozer nr. 8275. It was then that I discovered that there were many adults not only building LEGO® sets but creating their own models. Some completely funcional, but what impressed me most was that most of those creations looked like diecast models. When I saw what was possible with those lilte bricks I took all of my models apart and started to recreate the famous JCB excavator of Jennifer Clark. I never got around to finish it because in 2007 the technic tracks Jenifer used were not easy to obtain for a reasable price. (luckily LEGO® started to use them in sets again some years later)

"When I saw what was possible with those lilte bricks I took all of my models apart"

After the JCB ecavator I came across the very good looking Terex RH400 from Zbiczasty That really opened my eyes. A minifig scale excavator that was fully functional. I wanted a model like that and so I started building my Liebherr 996 Litronic. After a lot of trail and error I finally finished the first version in Januari 2009. In the same year I became a member of Lowlug (LEGO User Group of the LOWlands) and that’s when things really started to happen.

"that’s when things really started to happen"

My models became bigger, more detailed and from the feedback given at the Lowlug forum even technicly better.

Now, my models are being blogged at severals sites, I am asked to come to events as an exhibitor, people send me emails for tips and tricks and I am sometimes asked to build models for international companies like Sandvik and Fairplay-towage. Things I never would have dreamed of a few years ago.

I started out building large mining machine but at the moment I am building ships. Mostly ships used in the offshore/towing- or fishing industry. Mainly because there are a lot of details to recreate and there are simply more different ships than mining machines. But overall I just like big industrial machines, that are used abused and can get rusted.


 

 


What do the Blogs say about Konajra
  • Arjan Oude Kotte (konajra) is one of those rare builders who only seem to build and post brilliant stuff and we have blogged most of it.
    - The Brothers Brick -
  • When I see the name Konajra against an MOC I go have a look because I know I won’t be disappointed. This one is no exception.
    - Modulars by Kristel -
  • It’s the work of LEGO-building genius Konajra, a man who’s featured here on TLCB a few times in the past with his incredible ships and Town scenes, and he’s now added technical-brilliance to his already expansive building skill-set.
    - The LEGO® Car Blog -
  • Excuse me while I shake my head in disbelief. How in the world have I not seen work by Arjan Oude Kotte before? I'm scrolling through his photostream and it's one amazing ship after another.
    - Bricknerd.com -
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Keep buidling

LATEST PROJECTS

There is always someting to build.

Wether it is digitally or with real bricks, most of the time I'm building. My latest projects are on the right. Some are finished models and some are Work In Progress (WIP) or even a digital (MLcad) Work In Progress.


Caterpillar 7495HF
Caterpillar 7495HF
mining

Caterpillar 7495HF

This is an updated version of the Bucyrus 495HF I build in 2010.

But with a new operators cab and bucket. When Caterpillar bought Bucyrus in 2012 they painted all the machines in caterpillar yellow. It is fully functional. This model is supposed to end up in a open mine layout at LEGOWorld 2014 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. build togehter with other members of LowLug.
Modular warehouse
Modular warehouse
city

Modular warehouse

  This modular building was build for a contest on Lowlug. There were three categories in which you could enter a moc. This building is a renovated warehouse turned into a luxury appartement. The winner is not known at the moment.
Small car ferry
Small car ferry
city

Small car ferry

  This small ferry was designed and build specifically for the LEGO Adventure Book 2 by Megan Rothrock. It is a book full of building instructions from various great builders.
IHC Beaver 50
IHC Beaver 50
Ships

IHC Beaver 50 cutter dregder

 

An IHC Merwede Beaver 50 Cutter Suction Dredger.

It is a standard, of the shelf vessel that can be fitted with anchor booms and can be equipped with either cutter heads or dredging wheels. The model is not as spectacular as my other ships when it comes to size and building tecniques. Still it turned out better then I expected. this one is also going to LEGOWorld Utrecht and after that I'll take it to the IHC Merwede yard.
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My best models

All the MOCs (My Own Creations) shown here are build since 2009. Starting with the mining equipment, After that I have build a lot of ships, sometimes a space or SCI-Fi model and recently I started to build Modular houses.

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Caterpillar 7495HF
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Caterpillar 7495HF

This is an updated version of the Bucyrus 495HF I build in 2010.

But with a new operators cab and bucket. When Caterpillar bought Bucyrus in 2012 they painted all the machines in caterpillar yellow. It is fully functional. This model is supposed to end up in a open mine layout at LEGOWorld 2014 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. build togehter with other members of LowLug.
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Modular warehouse
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Modular warehouse

  This modular building was build for a contest on Lowlug. There were three categories in which you could enter a moc. This building is a renovated warehouse turned into a luxury appartement. The winner is not known at the moment.
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Small car ferry
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Small car ferry

  This small ferry was designed and build specifically for the LEGO Adventure Book 2 by Megan Rothrock. It is a book full of building instructions from various great builders.
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IHC Beaver 50
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IHC Beaver 50 cutter dregder

 

An IHC Merwede Beaver 50 Cutter Suction Dredger.

It is a standard, of the shelf vessel that can be fitted with anchor booms and can be equipped with either cutter heads or dredging wheels. The model is not as spectacular as my other ships when it comes to size and building tecniques. Still it turned out better then I expected. this one is also going to LEGOWorld Utrecht and after that I'll take it to the IHC Merwede yard.
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Sandvik PF300 crusher
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Sandvik PF300 crusher

To be able to unload the material digged with one of the mining shovels I was looking for some machine/truck to build.

I ended up with this mobile mining crusher from Sandvik. It is fully mobile and can be moved around  in a mine to crush the material and export via a conveyer belt system out of the mine. That way there is no need for big dumptrucks any more. So less fuel consumption and no tire wear. Meaning less costs. After the model was finished Sandvik wanted the model so it is now displayed in the Austria headoffice in Leoben. for more photos visit my flickr photostream
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Modular garage
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Modular garage

 

A modular version of the garagescene I build for the Henschel truck

. In 2013 I was asked to bring that one to LEGOWorld in Utrecht. Other Lowlug members wer going to show a city layout with modular buildings there, so I thought I might as weel change the garage into a real modular building to fit in the layout. this was the result. I wanted to build it completely in Dark red but I ran out of bricks. Since I had a lot of Dark Orange bricks left, i build the rest of the building in that color. It turned out to be a great color combination. the interior is filled with the parts of the original garage To see photos of the garagescene visit my flickr photostream
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Henschel TA 100
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Henschel TA 100

 

A small old timer truck from the 20th century.

It was the first time I build a truck. The cabin is to small to small, I have to remove the driverseat in order ro place a minifig behind the wheel.
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Coaster Fiona
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Coaster Fiona

 

When surfing on the internet I came across a model of this ship build by an excellent model builder.

  I immediately liked the colors and overall look of this coaster. And since I had not build a freighter I thought that this would be the model of my choice. The only problem was that there were no plans of this ship anymore so I used shipplans of a similar dutch coaster and converted those into plans that represented the lines of the Fiona. Designing took me about 2 months (on and off). Once all the bricks were in it only took me 2 weeks to build it for real. for more photos visit my flickr photostream
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ERRV Grampian Don
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ERRV Grampian Don

This is the ERRV Grampian Don form Norhstar shipping  based in Aberdeen, Scotland.

An ERRV is an Emergency Response Rescue Vessel, which is a type of ship that constantly patrols a zone around offshore installations, to ensure that other ships don’t stray into the zone, thereby preventing collisions, and in case of an emergency, to rescue platform crews and coordinate the response.I started designing this model in November 2012. It has a  length of 125 cm (more than 4 ft) a height of 74 cm (more than 2 ft) and a width of 32 cm (about 1 ft) it consist out out more than 18.000 bricks.
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AHT Tyr Viking
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AHT Tyr Viking

 

The Tyr Viking is indentical to the FAIRPLAY-33. Since I was so proud of the FAIRPLY-33 I wanted to have that model my self as well.

  Fairplay kindly asked me not to build it inher house colors. So I started to look on theinternet for a color scheme of exisiting offshore companies. I choose for the livery of Viking Supply Ships AS, Danmark because I just like the boldcolors andeven more important all the parts were available in these colors. I have put a litle more detail in this one compared to the FAIRPLAY-33, and I motorized the towing winches. But the overall look is the same. As always you can find more photos on my flickr photostream. For a video of the Tyr Viking pulling an oil rig anchor on deck, go to my youtube channel. for more photos visit my flickr photostream
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FAIRPLAY-33
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FAIRPLAY-33

 

This massive tug is a commisoned build. It is the largest tug from Fairplay towage, based in Hamburg, Germany.

  The model is 125 cm long, 35 cm wide and is 73 cm high. Designing it in Ldraw took me 165 hours. it consists out of apr. 17500-20000 bricks and took about 90 hours. This is my biggest model I have designed so far, but because it is a commisioned build I may of course not keep it. therefor I'm building my own version of this tug the Týr Viking. I have put as many details as possible into this ship. the only fragil parts are the two funnels and the mast on top of the radar deck. As always you can find more photos on my flickr photostream.
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Blue vengeance
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Blue Vengeance

  Another Starfighter/starwars model. This one was also build for my sons. It is inspired by several Starwars models. Most of the parts are from a droid batletank. It was not a very storng model, but the looks were more important to me. Playing with it was a delicate thing to do. for more photos visit my flickr photostream
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Starfighter
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Starfighter

Build for my sons. I build it while waiting for bricks for another project.

This was my first try at building something different than excavators and ships. Well, it is a spaceShip  but stil its something alse. Every now and then it is nice to build something else so. More photos in my flickr photostream Build in 2011
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Steamtrawler Consul Pust
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Stemtrawler Consul Pust

it is a 106cm long model of a German steam fishingboat. I found the shipplans on the internet which gave a pretty good look of the ship.

There are no photo's to be found of the real ship, only some rendered images and some photos of cardboard models. It is build with 6500 bricks. This time I mixex old grey and ney grey, also reddish brown and brown. My goal was to weather the ship by using those shedes of greys and browns. Finally I mounted all the rigging that realy makes this one stand out. More photos on my Flickr photostream.
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Steamtug Maarten
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Steamtug Maarten

This is a model of a 1920s steam tug. Build in The Netherlands and still sailing the Dutch waters. It is often present at steamfestivals in Holland.

For designing this model I used photos of a modelbuilder who is building this model in brass. That is a very detailed model which was a great help. Disigning the Maarten in LDraw took 2 weeks, building it about a week. I really like the color scheme of this litle tug. But because this model is not as big as my other ships I couldn't put in all the details I wanted. Still I think it turned out allright.The model is on permanent display in the offices of LEGO® in Billund. More photos of this model can be found on my flickr photostream.
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Research vessel Calypso
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Research vessel Calypso

This is a model of the calypso. The famous ocean research vessel of Jaques Cousteau.

It's apr.  100 cm long and consist out of apr. 8000 bricks. it took 1½ month designing it,  from half october till the end of november 2011. Collecting all the bricks and building the boat took about 3 months. The ship has of course the hughes helicopter and a submarine. It has scuba gear and divers on board.  It has a lot of details. I spent a lot of time surfing the internet to find photos showing the most important details of the ship. that was neccessary because the ship has been refitted several times. for more photos visit my flickr photostream
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Harbour Tug Smit Bison
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Smit Bison

This is a model of the Smit Bison a harbour tug used in the harbour of Rotterdam. It is one from a series of six vessels.

After the Trawler VLI-8 turned out so good I wanted to build a tug. The shape of this hull looked like it was not so difficult to build and there were plans available online which made it easy to choose this one. If i had to build this one a second time I probably would build the wheel house in another way. The windows are just a litle to big. But at the time I build this one I did not know another way to create the windows. now I do. This build was my third blog on the Brothers Brick, with a very nice comment: "While the real thing plies the waters of Rotterdam, this LEGO tugboat — Smit Bison — by Arjan Oude Kotte (Konajra) makes its way into my heart. Even if the LEGO tug can’t pull 28 tonnes, it’s a chunky little beauty with gorgeous lines and lovely colors." for more photos visit my flickr photostream
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Beamtrawler Vli – 8
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Beamtrawler Vli - 8

After building all the mining equipment I felt it was time to build something else for a change.

I always liked ships. So I thought I give that a try. At that time I was visiting a friend in Dutch harbour town Den Helder when I drove by a dutch beamtrawler. It looked like a nice ship to build. As usual I started designing in Ldraw. because my collection of bricks isn´t that big. After a month it was finished and I could start collecting the bricks. Unfortunatly I had to use the rather expensive color sandgreen for the decks which made this model quite expensive. It has a normal brick build hull and the wheel house is full of SNOT technique. There are apr. 5500 pieces used to build this model. More photos can be found on Flickr photostream.
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Bucyrus 495HF Shovel
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The Bucyrus 495 HF

The Bucyrus 495HF is more or less the equivalent of the P&H 4100xpc.

The lower part of the superstructure is however much more intresting to build. The undercariage is almost identical to the one I used for the P&H. Of course it looks different, but it works in the same way. 4 PF XL motors drive the tracks with the same reduction used in the P&H. The bearing is also identical to the one used in the P&H This model is fully functional. A video of the model in action can be found on my youtube channel. I took the model with me to LEGOWorld 2011 in Zwolle, the Netherlands but it came out heavily damaged of the box. It took me two complete days to rebuild it, so I could still show it.  Then on the way back home the model was damaged again. this time even worse. So I took it apart and used the bricks for the Calypso. More photos in my Flickr photostream, on my youtube channel is a video of the model in action.
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P&H4100 xpc shovel
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P&H 4100 xpc

After theLiebherr 996 I decided to build an even bigger shovel. I chose the P&H because of the looks of the operator cabin.

The P&H 4100 XPC is an electric rope shovel. One of the largest from P&H minig equipment. It is used in open cast mining to, for instance, excavate oilsands. This model is fully functional. A video of the model in action can be found on my youtube channel.There are about 6500 bricks used to build it. Inside the undercarriage there are four XL motors to drive the tracks. they have their own battery bos and receiver so that the superstructure can rotate freely. The superstructure houses 5 PF motors two receivers and 7 sets of PF lights. More photos can be found in my Flickr photostream    
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Komatsu D575a dozer
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Komatsu D575a dozer

 The worlds biggest Buldozer: a Komatsu D575 a. Build to go along side the Liebherr 996 Litronic.

It is fully functional, meaning it can drive and the blade goes up and doen.The model is operated by two old 9V motors to drive the tracks and the blade can be raised and lowered via pneumatics. The pneumatic system works by using the handpump hidden behind the operators cabine.  more photos
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Liebherr 996 litronic
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Liebherr 996 Litronic

A Hydraulic front shovel from Liebherr. It is one of their largest models. Build in the livery of a Australian mining company. I decided to build this model after I had seen a great LEGO® model of a Terex 400 h hydraulic front shovel. This model is actually a rebuild of my first Liebherr.

The model is fully functional. The shovel works with LEGO® pneumatic and the tracks are powered by LEGO® power functions. The space in the undercariage is very limited so I could not fit a standard PF battery box in there. Unfortunately I don't have the rechargable battery which means that the tracks have never been working. Please visit my Youtube channel to see a video of this shovel, to see more photo's of the Liebherr click the link below. you will be redirected to my Flickr photostream.
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Downloads



Here you can download
the Ldraw files I created to build my models

These are Just MLcad files I made to build the actual model. There are small errors in these files (like two bricks on the same place, or connections that are not possible), but the overall file gives a pretty good insight in how I have designed and build the model. It is up to you correct the errors.

I am not giving my files away for free, because I think that all the time I have invested in creating them is worth something.

Also the amount charged is a kind of threshold to ensure that only genuinely interested people download my files.

Payment via Paypal only, Don't forget to read the terms and conditions at the bottom of this page. immediately after payment you will receive a download link by email. Make sure to check your spam folder, especially when you have a Gmail account. The link in the email is valid for two days only and for a single download.

Depending on your version of MLcad it is possible that there are LEGO elements with a new *.dat file. If that is the case the elements will be listed as unkown parts by MLcad.

Scroll down to the very end of this page to find a list of old vs new filenames.

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Smit Bison

Complete MLcad file of the smit Bison

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Calypso

Complete MLcad file of the calypso

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Steamtrawler Consul Pust

Completes MLcad file of the Consul Pust

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Komatsu D575a Super Dozer

Complete MLcad file of the Komatsu D575a Bulldozer

Price € 1.95

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Steamtug Maarten

Complete MLcad file of the steamtug Maarten

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Trawler Vli- 8

Complete MLcad file of the trawler VLI - 8

Price € 6,95

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Bucyrus 495HF Rope Shovel

Partial MLcad file of the Bucyrus 495HF

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P&H 4100xpc Rope Shovel

The most important parts of my P&H 4100 xpc shovel

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You also agree to not sell or rent the LDrawl file purchased on this website or participate in any activity where the LDraw file is the sole element in securing financial gain. All the materials on this website are available solely for personal use. Further distribution, resale or broadcasting is prohibited.

The LDraw files you download from this website will work on computers on which LDraw is installed

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Smit Bison

Complete MLcad file of the smit Bison

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Calypso

Complete MLcad file of the calypso

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Steamtrawler Consul Pust

Completes MLcad file of the Consul Pust

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Komatsu D575a Super Dozer

Complete MLcad file of the Komatsu D575a Bulldozer

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Steamtug Maarten

Complete MLcad file of the steamtug Maarten

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Trawler Vli- 8

Complete MLcad file of the trawler VLI - 8

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Bucyrus 495HF Rope Shovel

Partial MLcad file of the Bucyrus 495HF

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P&H 4100xpc Rope Shovel

The most important parts of my P&H 4100 xpc shovel

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Downloading LDraw files: By clicking on ‘Buy Nowt’ you agree to abide by the license provided herein in regard to the downloading of the LDraw files from this website. Any download purchase of a LDraw file from this website shall entitle you to personal use of such LDraw file throughout the world for the life of the copyright of the LDraw file. Your use of any purchased LDraw file shall allow you to transfer the file to your own computer, or to burn the same on a CD-R or other digital storage media, but shall not entitle you to transfer such digital LDraw file to any third party or to place such LDraw file on a peer-to-peer network or to transfer such LDraw file to any media that is not solely owned and controlled by you. You acknowledge and agree that to violate the terms as set out above shall constitute a copyright infringement under applicable laws, and legislation set by all signatories to the international Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works.

You also agree to not sell or rent the LDrawl file purchased on this website or participate in any activity where the LDraw file is the sole element in securing financial gain. All the materials on this website are available solely for personal use. Further distribution, resale or broadcasting is prohibited.

The LDraw files you download from this website will work on computers on which LDraw is installed

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Unknown MLcad elements

The list contains elements used in my files of which I know at the moment their new *.dat file. If you replace the elements marked unknown in the file with the correct .DAT file your file is complete.

old numbers

new numbers



50746.dat - cheese slope.
30071.dat- brick 1 x 1
6188.dat - cone 1 x 1
30244.dat - tile radiator grille
30039.dat - tile 1 x 1 with groove
41763.dat - slope curved 1 x 6 inverted
44237.dat - brick 2 x 6
6141.dat - plate round 1 x 1
30010.dat - panel 1 x 2
45417 .dat - brick 2x2 corner round
54196.dat - boat stud
6268b.dat - Panel 2 x 2 x 1
6577.dat - 1/2 technic bush smooth
30367a.dat - cy;linder 2x2x1&2/3 dome top

54200.dat
3005.dat
4589.dat
2412b.dat
3070b.dat
42023.dat
2456.dat
4073.dat
4865.dat
3063.dat
4864b.dat
2654.dat
4265c.dat
553b.dat

If you find more unknown elements of which you know the newer numbers, please send me an email so I can update the list above.

Thanks.

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