Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
VISIT OUR OTHER SITES: THE AWESOMER | 95OCTANE

Like Us on Facebook

Technabob is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Disclosure.

DIY 3D Printed Motorized AT-AT: Infinite Orders

 |  |  |  |  |  |  December 29, 2015


Mechanical engineering student Daniel Olson helps the Empire rise again with his design for a miniature motorized AT-AT. You’ll need an electric motor and a 9V battery to make it move, but the rest of its parts are 3D printable, even the gears that connect the legs to the motor.

3d_printed_motorized_at-at_by_daniel_olson_1

It’s going to take you a bit of sanding and trial and error to get the gears right, and it also lacks many of the vehicles’ surface details. But overall I think it’s a cool no-frills build.

3d_printed_motorized_at-at_by_daniel_olson_2

3d_printed_motorized_at-at_by_daniel_olson_3

3d_printed_motorized_at-at_by_daniel_olson_4

Head to Daniel’s Thingiverse page for the complete how-to as well as the 3D files and the parts list.

[via 3D Print]



Tesla Model S Plaid @ Laguna Seca

Tesla Model S Plaid @ Laguna Seca

Nite Ize HookLock Bungee

Nite Ize HookLock Bungee

Carbon Fiber Waterproof Notebook

Carbon Fiber Waterproof Notebook

Bowler 2022 Challenge Racing Series Uses Customized Defenders

Bowler 2022 Challenge Racing Series Uses Customized Defenders

The Acura NSX is Going Out with a Type S Bang

The Acura NSX is Going Out with a Type S Bang

Subaru Will Reveal the New 2022 WRX on August 19

Subaru Will Reveal the New 2022 WRX on August 19

Advertisement