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Hello everyone! Another project from the Star Wars Universe - A mini All Terrain Scout Transport (AT-ST) popsicle stick model... The "chicken walkers" were more of a challenge ...
As with previous popsicle stick model projects, tools used were basically carving and sanding tools. Below is a list of tools used in this project: Dremel minimite with ...
Schematics for the AT-ST was from the site The-Bluprints.com. It hosts some of the largest collection of free schematics and this project was definitely not possible without them....(thanks guys!!)... ...
For the main turret, I cut six (6) pieces from regular sized popsicle sticks to match the size of the illustration in the blueprint. After the glue has ...
The two (2) footpads of the walker were cut and carved into shape from wooden starbucks 'stirrers' using a fine disc and drum sander attachment. The simulated fence ...
The main blaster cannons were the tiniest parts in the build and required a very delicate sanding 'touch'. A toothpick was initially sanded to a small cylinder-shape to ...
For the walker's drive engine, a two-layer 'sandwiched' wooden stirrer was used. The flat octagonal shape of the drive engine was carved using a fine drum sander attachment. ...
For the final assembly, I fabricated a temporary jig using colored 'tongue depressor-sized' popsicle sticks and oddly shaped 'scraps' to prop up the engine sub assembly with the ...
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