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    AT-AT Walker project

    Howdy mates,

    Promised to up more stuff,
    and btw sorry for not posting for a little while and its not much of a defense but a bit much around me.
    Anyways something else I fumbled together below.

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    If memory serves me right around 240cm aboot 95" inches long.

    Hope you enjoy mates.

    Have a nice one.

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Gnarly!
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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Very nice. Is the last picture in an art gallery?

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    No Fckn way get out of here. Way too cool. We're not worthy, we're not worthy.

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Another great creation!
    Totally impressed with your imagination and creativity.
    Darryl

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Now if you could just make it walk! That would scare the **** out of people!

    Amazing work!

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    What is the over all scale as in height width and length ? Also do you know the total weight?
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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie B View Post
    Gnarly!
    Haha, thanks mate

    Quote Originally Posted by El Greco View Post
    Very nice. Is the last picture in an art gallery?
    Thanks mate, yes nice spotting. That is in, I think, Kaleido Art Gallery.

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    No Fckn way get out of here. Way too cool. We're not worthy, we're not worthy.
    Howdy mate, and thanks but it is I who is not worthy being an happy amateur amongst skilled craftsmen. Awesome feedback

    Quote Originally Posted by labparamour View Post
    Another great creation!
    Totally impressed with your imagination and creativity.
    Darryl
    Thanks Darryl, your kind words means a lot to me!

    Quote Originally Posted by FlaJoe View Post
    Now if you could just make it walk! That would scare the **** out of people!

    Amazing work!
    Yeah, it was a part of the initial idea. Actually even started on an under-carriage (it comes apart in pieces although it might not look like it) that would make it sorta "lag" back and forth in the middle of the step.
    However the Art Gallery was worried it would tip over as it is both quite heave and large and flattened some visitor like a pancake.
    And there concerns was not unwarranted as one in a duo ran up from behind and jumped up on the AT-AT Walker and flopped down like a Cowboy. (They did not look like schlobs but was actually dressed businesslike and the guy that went rodeo on my *** waved a portfolio in the air and yelled to his partner - Take a pic, I'm a Cowboy!
    Mind this was in an art gallery... it was empty and I don't think they saw me snoozing behind the artist table where I signed prints (or cant say that since I sold 0 prints, it was the idea tho) and was somewhat surprised to see me there.
    Myself I was a bit surprised but I guess the AT-AT now was officially stressed tested?
    The world is funny to me.
    Thanks for your kind feedback mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    What is the over all scale as in height width and length ? Also do you know the total weight?
    No I dont remember exactly and it is taken apart after exhibitions and under a ton (literally) of other crap I fumbled together.
    I can guesstimate but as I said I dont remember exactly, something like

    right around 240cm/95" inches long
    mebbe 115cm/46" inches high
    50cm/20" inches wide?
    (Im guessing the translation between inches/cm also as this is all an guesstimate. Don't think I'm far off tho in either perspective)

    Weight is harder for me as it is in pieces to be assembled (bad back, broke it and cant lift heavy now and need help for the assemblies which makes it even harder for me) with that chicken disclaimer,
    it is real thick steel and weighs a ****-ton, that would translate to 300kgs/650lbs pounds? (Could be far off, need a scale for this one. Did my best tho guesstimating)

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Best guess is good enough for me. I spy an R2 D2 type droid in the second picture down from the top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Best guess is good enough for me. I spy an R2 D2 type droid in the second picture down from the top.
    Yeah Eagle Eyes N2, true thats an R2D2 Droid, haven't I upped that one yet? Lemme see if I find some pics of that project and if so I'll up it next.

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Maybe you did a thread on the R2D2 droid already. Hones I have a terrible memory at times so if I’ve seen it I may of forgotten about it already.
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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    I just took a look at threads you started and here is a list. Did not see any titled R2D2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    I just took a look at threads you started and here is a list. Did not see any titled R2D2.
    Nah if anyone is senile here I have no doubts I'd win the race Dang thats a lotta stuff I drowned you mates in! And yes you are right, I noticed that and uploaded R2D2 for you N2!

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    Re: AT-AT Walker project

    Considering you are only at 116 posts so far I'd say you are far from drowning anyone here at WeldingWeb with your posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    Considering you are only at 116 posts so far I'd say you are far from drowning anyone here at WeldingWeb with your posts.
    That, and he produces such fantastic works that I say keep posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDXsparky View Post
    That, and he produces such fantastic works that I say keep posting.
    Absolutely agree 100%
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