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42035-1: Mining Truck
Published 4 years ago
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Climb aboard the giant LEGO® Technic Mining Truck!

Climb aboard the gigantic Mining Truck! The awesome scale of this massive vehicle has been captured in this LEGO® Technic model, featuring huge wheels, detailed engine with moving piston and transmission belt, heavy-duty bumper and grill guard, tipping cargo bed, driver’s cab and working steering. Maneuver the mighty machine into position, then tip and lock the massive cargo bed to deliver the load! Features a cool yellow and black color scheme. This 2-in-1 model rebuilds into a rugged Wheel Dozer.

Features huge wheels, detailed engine with moving piston and transmission belt, heavy-duty bumper and grill guard, tipping cargo bed, driver’s cab and working steering
Check out the cool yellow and black color scheme
Climb aboard!
Tip the huge cargo bed and deliver the load
Drive the world’s biggest truck!
2-in-1 model: rebuilds into a Wheel Dozer
Mining Truck measures over 3” (10cm) high, 7” (19cm) long and 3” (10cm) wide
Wheel Dozer measures over 2” (7cm) high, 7” (20cm)long and 7” (18cm) wide
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4 years ago
Nice quality renderings. You need to add a bevel shader to make them perfect.
4 years ago
Absolutely beautiful renders! I specially liked the one with top view.
4 years ago
There's a round edge shader with 0,15 mm.
4 years ago
I see but it's not visible.

At least you need a tradeoff between the usually sharper edges and the studs. Optimally would be that the studs have real modeled bevel edges and the rest can be controlled by a bevel shader. I am using 0.3 in Blender with the new Bevel node available in the daily builds only atm.

In Maya I have another option by using a curvature node I can set to concave and convex. I use a higher bevel edge of 0,025 for the convex bevels and a value of 0,01 for the concave and combine them with a mixer node for a normal shading.

I have already made a posting here https://blender.community/c/rightclickselect/j0bbbc/ to add this to the new Bevel node.

Feel free to check this picture: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrylonitrile_butadiene_styrene#/media/File:Lego_Color_Bricks.jpg
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