The Largest Lego Technic model Bucket Wheel Excavator 42055 is a two-in-one set to be rebuilt into Mobile Aggregate Processing Plant with over 3900 Lego pieces. As Lightailing lighting kit with handmade LED lights and high-quality accessories are designed to plug-and-play, the model will no longer remain in dark.
Featuring magnificent engineering details, the expert-level models from the Lego Technic category have always encouraged enthusiastic minds to assemble Lego pieces. The Lego Bucket Wheel Excavator 42055 model comprising 3929 pieces is such a set that can be transformed into the Mobile Aggregate Processing Plant by anyone between the age-group of 12 and 16. Looming over sixteen inches in height, the excavator makes way for a stunning display with a width of eleven inches and a length of twenty-eight inches. The height decreases to eight inches when you rebuild it into the Aggregate Processing Plant with retracting boom and twelve inches when the boom is extended. The premium lighting kit of Lightailing can make both these models look vibrantly lit when the ambience is dark.
Brightening Up Bucket Wheel Excavator 42055
The Lego Technic set with carious motorized features should be completely built unless while unboxing the light kit, the small delicate parts might get mingled with Lego pieces to cause damage or choking hazards. The eight inches wide and thirty-four inches long Aggregate Processing Plant, as well as the Mine Truck measuring above three inches high, three inches wide and seven inches long, can also be lightened up with the custom light kit.
Test each part of the kit before lighting Lego to look out for any defective or missing part although the air bubble sheets around each plastic bag containing separate LEDs and accessories make sure of the protection from external damage.
This is the largest of all Technic models and offers a rewarding and immersive assembling experience as you explore the working boom, bucket wheel with rotating feature, driving in reverse or forward, rotating superstructure or conveyor belt with moving feature.
The light kit for Lego 42055 designed for any Lego builder above six years old can be installed easily without requiring electrical skills. You can make use of the 59 Lego plates given with the light kit.
Four 15cm and twenty-one 30cm white, large 30cm and 15cm warm white, two 15cm and eight 30cm red and eight 15cm and ten 30cm yellow LEDs are provided to light up Lego
Two universal instruction books with illustrations for step-by-step and a user guide of further installation will be helpful for you. The after-sales 2-year warranty card should be kept safe.
Use the brick separator for ease of passing one 30cm and two 50cm cables without harm and concealing them between Lego pieces. The Lego light kit does not contain batteries –arrange required batteries separately for the AA battery pack and three Oval CR2032 battery holders.
Also included are four USB powering cables measuring 30cm each, three Adhesive Squares and seven expansion boards including one eight-port, two six-port and four twelve-port boards.
Once the 59 lights and other accessories are completely set up, make sure that the main power does not reach up to 5V for preventing electric hazards. For any kind of manufacturing fault, you can return the kit within a week for a replacement.