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    Jun 7, 2014, 11:37 PM - PLNK Droid Build #1

    There have been several recent GNK or power droids by RPF members that I have been inspired to build my own power droid. The one I would like to build is the four legged version that appeared in the Clone Wars cartoon series. This droid was named PLNK for the noise it made as well as a nod to one of the series artists Kilian Plunkett.

    Here are a few artist renderings of the droid:

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    Here is where I am with the build. I simply have started to amass the items needed to build him.
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    I am going to do this build a little different. Normally the GNK Droid is built either as a costume or as a static display. A few members have even made their power droid useful in some way. Since I am doing the four legged version, I have decided to make him able to move around on his own. I am also planning on using him as my power droid, in that he will be able to charge the rest of my collection of droids.

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    Jun 8, 2014, 2:09 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #2

    Jumping in I purchased some 1/2 inch gas pipe and fittings to act as the legs of the droid. I simply assembled these and set aside.


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    Next is a test fit of the two bins I plan on using.
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    I am planning on using the lid of the lower bin to act as a shelf inside the droid for my chargers. So I will cut the handles off the upper bin.
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    You can see now the upper bin fits flush with the lid.

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    I then cut the bottom out of the lower bin with a razor knife.
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    Jun 8, 2014, 8:39 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #3

    Since this droid will be R/C, I am going to start with the robot base. I want the droid to appear as if he is walking, However I plan to have two motors in his rear feet and casters in his front feet. The walking motion, I think, will be simulated by the legs moving forward and backward.

    First I am using a piece of oak as the main structure under the lid. It will be attached to the lid and will give it rigidity.
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    I ended up cutting it down to fit inside the bin and centered on the lid.

    Next I am using 16 inch under mount drawer slides to allow the legs to move forward and backward. The drawer slide is attached to a 4-inch piece of oak.
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    The metal legs I assembled yesterday are bolted through the 4-inch piece of oak and the drawer slide is mounted to the larger board.
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    Once the legs were attached, I bolted the lid onto the board. I connected the lower bin just to get an idea of what it will look like.
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    Why stop at just the lower bin.
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    Jun 9, 2014, 2:54 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #4

    After finishing I noticed the single drawer slide is rocking side to side and making the whole droid a bit wobbly. The slide will surly fail once I add weight and movement.

    So I disassembled everything.
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    And rebuilt the slide mechanism with two drawer slides per leg and used a six inch piece of oak instead of a four inch piece.
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    I also decided to make him a little taller, so I replaced the eight inch gas pipe with twelve inch pipe. I then reattached the lid.
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    Now back to where I started, however it is a much more stable platform.
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    Jun 9, 2014, 3:38 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #5

    I'm loving this build - Great Job!
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    Jun 9, 2014, 11:23 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #6

    Thanks Eureka!
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    Jun 10, 2014, 12:38 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #7

    Fantastic build!! The storage boxes for the body is genius!!

    Rich
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    Jun 10, 2014, 1:01 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #8

    Excellent . . . subscribed!
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    Jun 14, 2014, 6:57 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #9

    Thanks guys for the words of encouragement. The bins really are not my idea, since there have been lots of builds here with bins. But I do like the see-through nature of this build. I am of course going to paint the droid, but I will leave it as see-through as possible so we can see what is happening on the inside too.

    so started this weekend with drawing out the backwards E and other details in foam.
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    Next, I marked up the upper bin with most of the penetrations into it. Starting with the face.
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    Followed by all the rest of the openings. I did not do the hose or the opening for the nozzle head. I don't have those parts yet.
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    Next I will cut everything out.
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    Jun 14, 2014, 9:36 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #10

    Here are some of the parts that will go into those holes.
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    Using a Dremel and a cut-off wheel, I was able to open up each hole. Then I used a sanding drum to slowly open the holes up to fit each piece.
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    As with Treadwell I used some left over R2 parts on this build. The center vent surrounds are going to be two working vent holes.
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    Jun 15, 2014, 5:56 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #11

    Looking good Following with interest
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    Jun 15, 2014, 9:09 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #12

    Attached all of the different parts, starting with what will become the external outlets. I will be able to lift this cover and plug in anything requiring 110 volts AC.
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    Next, I cut out a piece of metal mesh that was originally used on Treadwell. I am attaching the center vents to it and then the mesh to side of the bin, all with screws.
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    The "face" piece is next. Again using screws.
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    I cut out the backwards E and other shapes, but didn't take pictures. However, I did take a shot of it being glued on. At the same time I glued on the panel that will lead into the main body.
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    Here is how the droid is shaping up.
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    Jun 16, 2014, 4:32 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #13

    I'm loving this build. Subscribed!
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    Jun 17, 2014, 3:13 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #14

    This is looking pretty neat so far.

    I've been planning a PLNK myself and have been slowly collecting parts for it. So far I just have a few greeblies and what I plan to use for the pump.

    What size tubs did you use? I've been having a hard time deciding on a good size.
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    Jun 20, 2014, 9:47 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #15

    Thank guys for all the positivness... Blue Leader, The bins are Sterilite bins and I believe they are the 26 gallon versions. I was worried about getting to big with this build, he is already getting a little heavier than I wanted.
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    Jun 20, 2014, 10:21 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #16

    Doing a little work on the inside. I thought I would make it even heavier and use more wood. The first step was replace the two top pieces I used to secure the lid. Instead I am using a single large piece to create a flat surface inside the droid.

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    Next, I created a shelf with a 6-inch wide piece of wood. This will serve as the platform for my chargers. I am using half inch PVC plugs to secure PVC pipe.

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    I simply drilled out the plug for a screw and attached it to the base and to the shelf.

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    Attached a plastic bin inside the droid for all of my loose cords.

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    Added the PVC as legs and then attached to the base.

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    Jun 21, 2014, 5:06 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #17

    Paul6700 said: View Post
    Thank guys for all the positivness... Blue Leader, The bins are Sterilite bins and I believe they are the 26 gallon versions. I was worried about getting to big with this build, he is already getting a little heavier than I wanted.
    Ah, thanks. I've been looking and tubs but just couldn't decide on what size looked "right". Though I did see some tubs that looked like they would have been almost perfect, they even had the "trenches" running down the sides from top to bottom. Though I can't remember what size they were...
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    Jun 22, 2014, 3:53 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #18

    Blue Leader said: View Post
    Ah, thanks. I've been looking and tubs but just couldn't decide on what size looked "right". Though I did see some tubs that looked like they would have been almost perfect, they even had the "trenches" running down the sides from top to bottom. Though I can't remember what size they were...
    I just stacked bins in the store until I found a size I wanted to work with.
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    Jun 22, 2014, 6:56 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #19

    Where did you find tubs without wheels? I want to make a simple GNK and all the large storage tubs now have small wheels.
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    Jun 23, 2014, 10:51 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #20

    I think I got these at Target, they are made by sterilite.
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    Jun 23, 2014, 4:39 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #21

    Very cool. I will be following!
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    Jun 24, 2014, 1:34 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #22

    cavx said: View Post
    Where did you find tubs without wheels? I want to make a simple GNK and all the large storage tubs now have small wheels.
    Have you checked out Walmart? I have the opposite problem: I can find tubs without wheels just fine but can't find any with wheels, and I've been looking for one to use for trooping with my Jedi costume...
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    Jun 24, 2014, 1:58 AM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #23

    Blue Leader said: View Post
    Have you checked out Walmart? I have the opposite problem: I can find tubs without wheels just fine but can't find any with wheels, and I've been looking for one to use for trooping with my Jedi costume...
    I live in Australia. We don't have Walmart here yet. We only just got our first Cost-Co.

    All tubs over 10 litres have wheels.
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    Jun 26, 2014, 5:27 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #24

    I am using a RV flush mount power inlet to provide power to all of the 110v power outlets. First, I marked the hole to be cut with the cord and then I cut a hole into the lower bin and then a hole through the lid.

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    Next, I drilled three holes for the bolts and bolted it into place.

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    Jun 26, 2014, 7:19 PM - Re: PLNK Droid Build #25

    I couldn't help but to cut a few more holes into the upper bin. Starting with the hose attachment. I am using a shop-vac hose as the gas hose. I drilled two holes into the adapter and two holes into the bin. Then I bolted the attachment on.

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    Next, I plan to use a small container for the other end of the gas hose or nozzle. so I measured the container and transferred the information to the top bin and cut it out with a Dremel until it fit perfectly.

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    The final whole, I think, is for all of the electronics to control the robot. First, I placed the plastic piece against the bin and clamped it into position. Then I drilled through both the bin and the plastic. This way I can use standoffs to hold the plastic away from the bin. I then cut a hole in the bin for access. I will eventually cover it with a plate.

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