Modification of plastic Terminator 2: Endoarm

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mlasschuyt

New Member
I have decided to add some weight to the endoarm as it is very light because it is made from plastic..

First I thought everything was molded together so I didn't know you could take it apart like ths. I was pleasantly surprised!

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I used some play-dough to fill up the pistons. I was thinking of putting some weight in the base but I haven't done this as yet.
The weight will pull on the screwed on lower part of the base and the risc of breaking off the flimsy (and already repaired) pins stopped me from doing this.

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I will try to add some cabling for the fingers in the future
 

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Funky

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Oh, how cool is this? It's just great to see how it comes apart. Are the fingers articulated or molded in place?
 

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