According to gawker.com, Mike Senna, a part-time robot builder from Orange County, California, dedicated over 3,000 man hours across two year to constructing a fully functioning RC replica of the robot WALL-E from Pixar’s animated movie of the same name.
With no hobbyist parts available, Senna says he was forced to build his WALL-E replica from scratch. You can follow the entire build process on his website.
A computer programmer by trade, Senna is already well-known in hobbyist circles for his incredible realization of the Star Wars droid R2-D2.
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