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 The long wait is finally over - at last - the building instructions for all 4 amazing robot remix from this summer's MCP RobotRemix#1 challenge! Again, all of these great models can be build using only parts from the LEGO MINDSTORMS (31313) set and the LEGO TECHNIC Fire plane (42040).

A big thank you goes to Robin, the creator of Lucky Cat who took the time to make these professional looking building instructions for you all!

Yoshihito Isogawa - HELICOPT3R

Download the HELICOPT3R building instructions here:
 EV3 Project program files can be found here:

See the post about Yoshihito's remix here:

Arthur Sacek - DANC3R
Download the DANC3R building instructions here:

EV3 Project program files can be found here:

Robin Dai - LUCKY CAT

Download the LUCKY CAT building instructions here:

EV3 Project program files can be found here:
See the post about Robin's remix here: 

Xander Soldat - VLK-EV3

Download the VAL-EV3 building instructions here:

EV3 Project program files can be found here

See the post about Xander's remix here:

So which one will you build? Have a look at all the building instruction  maybe you learn new tricks from looking at how they are made. Hope you enjoy this first series of robot remix. Can't wait to see pictures or video of the ones you've built and If you come up with a remix of your own please let us know in the comment where we can see it.

Happy remixing ;)

* Another big thank you goes to Laurens Valk from for hosting the building instructions on his site. :) 

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