Introduction: Star Wars Walker (HDD Recycling)

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In continuation with my recycling mode, here the last born product.

Even if the hard drives parts will never be the same, here some indications:

_ you will need at least 5 hard drives.
_for best results, soldering is the best choice, but a hot glue gun would make the job.

The idea was to mahe a Walker like robot, the head pars were hot glued, I used the HDD screws to connect the legs.

I also made a simple acrylic stand, 'cause the legs are free I can position the Walker wherever I want.

Hope this will help!

Comments

BackyardWoodworks (author)2016-01-31

instructables.. so where are the instructions?

Tomboshi (author)2015-08-15

How many HDD did you use???

tomxu (author)2014-05-22

wow, I really like this steam punk genre robot !

d_salce84 (author)2014-05-18

It reminds me of the robot from robocop

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2014-04-25

That thing is pretty awesome! Kinda steampunk :)

No, not really. Star Wars was around LONG before "Steampunk."

nemo13 (author)2014-04-26

thanks!

amekdala (author)2014-04-26

awesome!!!!

nemo13 (author)2014-04-25

I would have loved that it walked! But no, it's just a sculpture: however the legs move freely. I'll update with more pics (and more explanation)!

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