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Cat CT660 build 2
On the left you can see how the bowden cable runs to the front axle.On the right you can see how I made some guide blocks in the frame,to guide the bowden cables from both the rear axles to the servo in front.
Above you can see the construction of the rear cabine suspension.
On the left you can see the bowden cable in the frame.On the right you can see the servo mounted between the frame rails,and the block I made in which the bowden cables end in front of the servo.The bowden cables are going to be assembled later on,after the frame is painted.09 November 2015:
On the left you can see that I connected the servos and the reciever,so I could test the steering and make the right settings in the program of the transmitter.
For the folding crane and the rack behind the cabin I make seperate sub-frames,so when in need of a repairof the gearbox, I only have to remove the cabin and the rack,and the crane can stay mounted in place.On the left you see the cross members I made, with wich the subframe is going to be bolted to the main frame.On the right you can see the frames of the sub-frame bolted to the main frame.
On the left you can see that I made a floor on the frames.On the right you can see the 12 volts, 3,2 Ah Lead battery I am going to use.The lower part of the rack is going to be closed with panels, the top part is going to be open, and will give place to a extra fan,and air cylinders etc. like on the trucks in the real life .15 November 2015:
On the left you can see the front supports bolted to the chassis.On the right you can see that the supports for the cabine are attached to them.23 November 2015:
On the left you can see that the suspension is visible from the outside, that's why I did want it on the model also.On the right you can see the cross beam on wich the cabine is going to be attached,the beam is going to be connected to the suspension units.
On the left you can see the beam in place.On the right you can see that the beam is bolted to the suspension units,so when the cabine needs the be removed,to get acces to the gear and motor,it can be easily removed from the chassis.
Above on the left you can see that the studs are soldered to the bottem plate,on the right you can see that I also put some bolts on it,to make shure it stays fixed.
On the left you can see the front support units of the cabine ,also made like the original truck has them.
On the left you can see the construction of the bottem of the cabine,herefor I use the drawing of the top of the cabine,because it's the same size.On the right you can see the bottem placed on the studs on the model,also you can see here that the electric motor and part of the gearbox comes through the bottemplate,that's why the hole is made,later on it's going to be covered.
On the left you can see the frame of the cabine,on wich the platework is going to be soldered.The bottem parts on the bottem plate are solid brass,and are bolted to the bottem plate,so the interior is later on removeable from the cabine.The other parts of the frame are brass square tubes.On the right a view from the left hand side.30 November 2015:
On the left you can see the side panels of the cabine,the doors and the windows are cut out with a jewelers saw.On the right you can see the parts ready.
On the left you can see the placing of the hinge in the doors.On the right you can see that I placed a piano hinge, just like on the real truck.
On the left you can see that the back panel and the side panels are soldered to the frame.With the hinge in the doors, they can be opened.On the right you can see that the fixture for the front window is placed on the bottem side of the window, and on the top side,for the top side I placed a bigger piece of brass,soldered it in place, draw the right dimensions and then I shape it with a small handheld tool.
On the left you can see the front window fixture ready, also you can see that in the middle I made a cross beam,because I choose for the 2 parts front window instead of the one piece window.On the right you can see the window rubber in wich the windows are going to be placed.
And another view on the cabine.
07 December 2015:
Above you can see how the edge of the hood rest is made.
On the left you can see that I cut a tube into two pieces,and on the right you can see that I used these pieces to make the round edge from the side panel to the back panel of the cabine.
On the left you can see the parts for the roof plating made ,and ready to solder them together.On the right you can see the parts soldered together,also is clearly to see here that I took some u-shape profile to make the grooves in the roof.