Lego Battle Mech

Introduction: Lego Battle Mech

About: Hi! I am a 16 year old who loves to build things. I'm currently working on a blacksmith forge and a power hammer, and I am working on getting my machining certificate at DTC.

Here is another instructable.

This was a Lego project I did not to long ago.

It's really simple and easy to build.

Lets get to it!

Step 1: The Body.

Just so everyone knows... the pictures do most of the talking. I will try to explain as much as I can.

So the body is made up of 2 white circle dishes, 1 black 1x1 brick with studs all around it, 1 bar, 1 1x1 spike stud,

2 transparent studs, 1 1x1 stud with clip, 1 1x1 brick with 2 studs on the sides, 1 white cone, 1 3 bar piece, 1 flashlight sort of piece, and 1 technic 1x1 push in stud.

Then assemble.

If you have any questions, comment below.

Step 2: The Arms.

The arms are simple enough.

You need 4 wrenches, 2 droid arms and 2 special bar/wrench/stud piece.

Then assemble them like so in the pictures.

Step 3: The Legs and Finshing the Robot.

The legs are made out of 2 bendy plates, 2 transparent 1x1 slopes, and 4 grill 2x2 plates.

Then, assemble like shown.

Now the robot is finished!

Time for some weapons!

Step 4: Weapons

Now you need:

1 gun like piece, 1 chainsaw, 1 robot arm, 1 loud speaker, 1 white cone and 1 red transparent cone.

Then you also need a 2 hole bar piece, 2 flick missiles, 2 transparent orange studs, and 1 clip piece.

Then assemble like so.

Step 5: Weapons (continued)

Now for a sniper rifle and a harpoon.

Get a long gun piece, a 1x2 clip plate, a 1x1 stud with hole piece, a red transparent 1x1 slope, and a black head.

Also get a harpoon and a robot arm.

Then assemble...

Step 6: Finished!

And tada! You now have a Lego Battle Mech that you can switch out weapons with!

Now go blast those aliens!

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    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice! Great photos too, by the way. Keep it up!