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Because many wonder about what it takes to build one of my projects on this page you can find more specific information about the cost and time frame of my builds. Note that this a hobby I do not build for others nor to order.

**my actual droids**10429342_10153283796487661_5981310852577200565_n

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R2D2

Price of ALL material including shipping parts, duty tax and insurance : $4800

Time to build: approximately 800hrs over a 1 year period

Weight: 65kg including the aluminum dome

Control method: Hitec, Aurora 9 2.4GHz with Optima 7 reciever

Actuators / output devices:

  • 3 x 100w electric scooter motors,
  • 2 x Futaba modified Servos,
  • Sabertooth dual 25A motor driver,

Power source:

  • 4 x 9v standard rechargeables squares batteries
  • 1 x 12v 30 amp
  • 1 x 12v 17 amp

Sound-system: Logitech’s Mini Boombox with bluetooth

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Wall*E

Price of ALL material: $6000

Time to build: approximately 1500 hrs over a 3 year period

Weight: 85-90kg fully loaded

Control method: Hitec, Aurora 9 2.4GHz with Optima 9 reciever

Actuators / output devices:

  • 2 x 350w wheelchair motors,
  • 8 x Futaba modified Servos,
  • Sabertooth dual 60A motor driver
  • 5 x Arduino Uno’s
  • 3 x 35rpm pully motors

Power source:

  • 4 x 6v standard rechargeables squares batteries
  • 1 x 12v 30 amp
  • 2 x 12v 6 amp
  • 2 x 6v 1.5 amp

Sound-system: bluetooth speaker system with Arduino Uno

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Pure-Fi Anywhere iPod Speakers

Posted in Logitech, Speakers, iPod Accessories by Chetz on August 16th, 2007

Pure-Fi Anywhere compact=Logitech

has put out a nice upgrade to the mm50 iPod speaker dock with the release of the Pure-Fi Anywhere speaker system

3 comments on “facts

  1. Do you Ship, parts to A house, and if so could a person just order the basic parts, no telescopic scope , or magnetic arm? Thanks A lot
    an R2-D2 Bulider

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