Mike Senna, well known from the remote-control R2-D2 replica he built in 2003, has now built a working WALL-E replica from the Pixar film. Completely scratch built, as there are no hobbiest parts available.
This is the first time the remote control is powered up and tested. The look up and down head movement was slower than I imagined. This was fixed in version 2. There are more tweeks needed to this setup to make it run like it should.