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Proud to present my latest moc. A motorized ATTE.

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Instructions can be found here

it can walk, steer by articulation and control the main gun rotation and elevation. 
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This just looks incredible. Too good to be true. :wub:

Do you have a short video of the functions? Would help me to love this walker even more :laugh::sweet:

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oh wow, just looked at your instagram, this is an amazing work, you are truly talented, thank you so much for sharing with us...

 

Just wondering... will you also make a non-motorized version( for poor afols) ? :p

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I've been following this moc along for some time on instagram, and it is extremely impressive. You should be extremely proud of yourself for making both a model that functions with such a degree of movie accuracy, while also being an astonishingly clean and detailed model to display.

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that's pretty cool - even with articulating or turning. Nice scaping with all the angles making a very good impression.

Luckily I downloaded the pdf already yesterday...

 

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Thanks for all your positive comments. Look for JBB_777 on rebrickable or instagram to see more.

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Even unmotorised that would be an incredible build, due to teh high level of detail and accuracy, but for that to be motorised is fantastic and truly a testament to your great skill in designing it.

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I've always really liked these motorized walkers, but the fact that your version in addition is also detailed and visually appealing is simply brilliant. Thank you for providing instructions too!

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Amazing work with this, I’ve also been following progress on Instagram, it’s been a real joy to see it develop! It’s a lot of fun watching it plod along, well done!

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Wow, that is incredible! I attempted this a few years ago but was not satisfied with the way the legs moved and the weight of the model could not be carried by the motor I used. I am interested in looking at your instructions to see how you made it work!

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Spectacular. I would just repeat myself from Instagram and Rebrickable, but this is indeed brilliant.

It could only get better without the use of some of the older parts, but I reckon there was no way around that.

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The motion is awesome!

The way it walks and the legs bending a little under the weight, really really well rendered.

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