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.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
My WALL-E Progress: Almost done! It's been about 2.5 years and it looks like it's coming to a close in the next couple months. All the initial automation is complete, a couple tweaks still needed. Arms, neck and head need finishing work. I'm happy with the ease of operation and the general behavior. Next video will be of the completed WALL-E exploring his surroundings.