AT-AT mechanism reference?

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Millenniumf

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Okay, this might be a long shot considering I've never seen anything like this in the wild, but I was curious if anyone had seen reference material for the gearing mechanisms inside the AT-AT's stop-motion legs for moving the pistons and cams?
 

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Mandalorian444

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This post has an image that may be close to what you're looking for.


If not, this thread has a lot of good info and may be a good place to ask around.

 

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