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DIY 3D Printed Motorized AT-AT: Infinite Orders

by Lambert Varias
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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.

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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.

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

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