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Stefans R2-D2 Life Size in Scale 1:1 Options
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#21 Posted : 24 March 2021 11:19:31

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Hello everybody,

small update, have installed the 2-3-2 mechanics in the body and the legs,







It's getting a bit tight, Blink



The Lazy Susan for hanging the legs,



the adapter for the slip ring, it gets a holder on the side,



but everything fits perfectly, as if made for it,



the view below of the metatarsus and the omni bikes,



so, there is not much space left,



The R2 from behind,



of the page,





and from the front,



The little one is 110 cm now, oha Scared Scared



Here's the planning of the electronics, let's see whether I leave it that way or make changes. It will show,





I designed a display holder for the voltage display of the various levels.
You have to have everything in view,



the whole printed,





and assembled,



So that wars from this site BigGrin

To be continued BigGrin

I wish you all a nice day and stay healthy. [Smile]

Greetings from Berlin, Stefan Smile
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#22 Posted : 13 April 2021 10:13:52

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Hello everybody,

and on it went with the power lines for the battery boxes,

first of all the design of the LED brackets, because I changed my mind and fire the whole thing with Sideglow fiber optics and 3W Powerleds, Wink





the holder of the LEDs including the heat sink,





this is how the fiber optic cables are mounted in the holder,





here is a test of the LEDs





the fiber optic cables in operation,



so the LED holder is mounted in the battery housing,



this is screwed tight,



This is how the fiber optic cables come out of the housing,







and so the power lines will be mounted on the foot, there is also a braided hose around the red power line, like the blue line,











So the WARS again from this construction site BigGrin

To be continued Wink

I wish you all a nice day and stay healthy Smile

Greetings Stefan
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#23 Posted : 14 April 2021 08:06:06

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Top work Stefan. Love Love Love Those side glowing fibres look excellent.Drool

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