Terminator T-800 Blueprints

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Conqueror_Worm

Well-Known Member
NOTICE: Dropbox changed the way they host files, so all of the images and links in this thread are broken. Maybe someday I will go through and fix everything, but for now I'm releasing everything in zip files.

All Blueprints/Drawings (13 mb)

All 3D Files (Autodesk Inventor .ipt) (135 mb)

All Reference Images (220 mb)

Samples:
t_800_terminator_phalanx__distal_2_3_4_5_by_conquerorworm1522-d5w0576.pngt_800_terminator_phalanx_2_p1_by_conquerorworm1522-d5w02sc.pngt_800_terminator_phalanx_2_p2_by_conquerorworm1522-d5w03r5.pngt_800_terminator_phalanx_2_p3_by_conquerorworm1522-d5w03r2.png

In preparation for machining a terminator arm, I decided to make a set of blueprints from a cast resin arm. I am using Autodesk Inventor 6.0 and I'm measuring everything to the nearest 1/32". I don't know how much the casting may have shrunk or warped from the original dimensions, so if anyone has more accurate measurements I will be happy to correct the drawings.
I am planning to proceed in four phases:
1) Produce a set of blueprints that are accurate to the resin castings - Mostly complete
2) Replace appropriate resin features with found items (screws, washers, etc.) - Mostly complete
3) Modify parts to be more screen accurate (to the T2 arm) - Just starting
4) Convert arm from static to animatronic - Just starting

Blueprints for the right hand and forearm of a T-800 Terminator-
(Metric drawings not yet available.)

The Complete Forearm
Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List

The Fingers
Phalanx One (Thumb)
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
Phalanges of the Thumb:
Imperial Distal Phalanx
Imperial Medial Phalanx
Imperial Proximal Phalanx
Imperial Metacarpal
Pulleys of the thumb:
Imperial Distal-Medial Pulley
Imperial Medial Pulley
Imperial Medial-Proximal Pulley
Imperial Proximal Pulley
Imperial Proximal-Metacarpal Pulley
Imperial Proximal and Metacarpal Pulley Pins
Knuckle Disks:
Imperial Medial-Proximal Knuckle Disk
Imperial Proximal-Metacarpal Knuckle Disk

Phalanx Two (Index Finger)
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
The Pieces:
Imperial Medial Phalanx
Imperial Proximal Phalanx

Phalanx Three (Middle Finger)
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
The Pieces:
Imperial Medial Phalanx
Imperial Proximal Phalanx

Phalanx Four (Ring Finger)
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
The Pieces:
Imperial Medial Phalanx
Imperial Proximal Phalanx

Phalanx Five (Pinky Finger)
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
The Pieces:
Imperial Medial Phalanx
Imperial Proximal Phalanx

The following pieces are the same for all fingers (thumb excluded)
Imperial Distal Phalanx
Imperial Distal End of Metacarpal
Knuckle Disks:
Imperial Medial-Proximal Knuckle Disk
Imperial Proximal-Metacarpal Knuckle Disk
Pulleys:
Imperial Distal-Medial Pulley
Imperial Medial-Proximal Pulley
Imperial Proximal-Metacarpal Pulley
Imperial Intraphalangial Pulley
Imperial Intraphalangial Pulley Pins

Finger Hardware:
Imperial Standoff (for distal finger joints 2-4)
Imperial Standoff (for all other joints)
Imperial, Metric Button Head Cap Screw (for all distal joints)
Imperial, Metric Washer (for all distal joints)
Imperial, Metric Flat Socket Head Cap Screw (for all medial/proximal joints and intraphalangial pulley pins)
Imperial, Metric Head of Metacarpal Screw
Imperial Head of Metacarpal Set Screw
Imperial, Metric Thumb Metacarpal Set Screw
Imperial, Metric Distal Phalanx Spring Pin


The Palm of the Hand
Metacarpus (Palm Assembly)
Imperial Cover Page, Exploded View, Parts List
Metacarpal Plate:
Imperial Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6, Page 7, Page 8, Page 9, Page 10
Imperial Carpal Piston Lug
Imperial Metacarpals 2 and 3
Imperial Metacarpals 4 and 5
Imperial Thumb Cable Fitting
Imperial, Metric Thumb Cable Fitting Set Screw
Imperial, Metric Metacarpal Screw
Imperial, Metric Flat Washer
Imperial Cup Point Set Screw
Imperial, Metric Flat Head socket Screw (Resin casting stamped NAS 1101 E3 OAS)

Lumbrical Pistons:
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
Imperial Piston Shaft
Imperial Piston Body 1
Imperial Piston Body 2,4
Imperial Piston Body 3
Imperial Piston Clevis (Found Item Du-Bro 4-40 Steel Solder Rod End)
Imperial Button Socket Cap Screw
Imperial Cup Point Set Screw

Palmar Pistons:
Imperial Palmar Piston Bodies
Imperial Palmar Piston Rod
Imperial Cup Point Set Screw
Imperial Thumb - Extensor Piston


The Forearm and Wrist
Forearm Main Support:
Imperial Cover Page, Exploded View, Parts List
Imperial Forearm - Main Support
Imperial Wrist - Main Ball Joint
Imperial Wrist - Main Bushing
Imperial Wrist - Main Pin
Imperial Wrist - Main Set Screw
Forearm Pistons:
Imperial Wrist - Dorsal Ball Joint
Imperial Wrist - Ventral Ball Joint
Imperial Forearm - Tall Piston
Imperial Forearm - Short Piston
Imperial Forearm - Piston Rod End Piece
Imperial Forearm - Piston Rod End Piece (more screen accurate)
Imperial Forearm - Piston Rod
Imperial Forearm - Hose
Imperial, Metric Wrist Spring Pin

Forearm Cuff:
Imperial Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6
Imperial Forearm Cuff Profile
Imperial Forearm Cuff Base
Imperial, Metric Forearm Cuff Screw


The Elbow and Upper Arm Fragments
Imperial Cover Sheet, Exploded View, Parts List
Elbow:
Imperial Page 1, Page 2
Imperial Humerus - Lateral Fragment
Imperial Humerus - Medial Hub
Imperial Bicep Connecting Rod
Imperial, Metric Elbow Center Cap Screw
Imperial, Metric Elbow Offset Cap Screw
Imperial, Metric Bicep-Elbow Connecting Rod Screw
Imperial, Metric Elbow Set Screw


Suplimentary Material:
Color coded Wrist template
Imperial, Metric Printable Wrist Template
Imperial Bill of Hardware
 
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bweapon

New Member
amazing amount of work gone into this, kudos, I think that if you did them up to mke them look like actual skynet files they'd be a great piece in themselves just visually! but on top of that all accurately detailed, scaled and presented! Amazing effort.
 

Rassilon

Well-Known Member
amazing amount of work gone into this, kudos, I think that if you did them up to mke them look like actual skynet files they'd be a great piece in themselves just visually! but on top of that all accurately detailed, scaled and presented! Amazing effort.
Yeah I second that, it sure take a lot of time drafting in 3D and to produce workshop fabrication drawing to manufacture from, very nice work. :thumbsup
 

Conqueror_Worm

Well-Known Member
I think that if you did them up to mke them look like actual skynet files they'd be a great piece in themselves just visually!
Yeah, I thought it would be cool to make it look like something that might have been in their office in the second film. Maybe keep the drawings in a 3 ring binder with a Cyberdyne logo on it.
Eventually I hope to dress up the drawings a bit to make them look more like pieces of an actual machine, rather than just static components (add internal components to the pistons, ect). I guess I should also correct the dates on the drawings to place them in the timeline of the film too.
 

bweapon

New Member
yeah, with your skils im sure you could rattle out some made up explosions of the inner mechanism and such. would be great prop for a fan film....... AHAHAAAAHHAAAAAA, sorry, just thought...

'You have detailed files'... You are the terminator.
 

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T2SF

Well-Known Member
Any chance you'll sell the CAD files :) These are awesome though and plenty to work with as is! Awesome job and charitable of you for putting them up here. There ought to be a year long class on how to make a life size Terminator arm.
 

Wes R

Legendary Member
This is very cool. A good way to see if it shrank might be to compare it to a real human arm as they should, in theory, be the same size. Now i need to make friends with a machinist lol.
 

gyoung2993

Sr Member
IF someone would email me pictures like this with measurements ,I would try to get someone to make the hand and forearm, anyone have something like this I could use...
 

Conqueror_Worm

Well-Known Member
Any chance you'll sell the CAD files :)
You mean the original .ipt files?


IF someone would email me pictures like this with measurements ,I would try to get someone to make the hand and forearm, anyone have something like this I could use...
I don't understand your question, the drawings have measurements and I have posted them here for anyone to download. Are you having trouble saving them?
 

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gyoung2993

Sr Member
You mean the original .ipt files?



I don't understand your question, the drawings have measurements and I have posted them here for anyone to download. Are you having trouble saving them?
No not really ,never tried to get your work that you done, I will never try to get someone elses work without permission from that person ,just wasnt sure if that was allowable ,so if its ok with you I would like to copy them........:cool
 

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Roughneckone

Sr Member
Brilliant set of drawings and as others have said very kind of you to put them up.

I see a rash of scratchbuilt Terminator arm projects coming up on the RPF in the near future (y)thumbsup

Roughneckone:cool
 

juliet76

Member
Oh...

My...

GAWD!

As a first year fitter and turner who dabbles in AutoCAD I just want to say thank you for the mammoth effort you've put into this Conqueror Worm! I know a few of us on forums such as the RPF consider pulling apart replicas and the like to draw them up for online communties, but to actual get around to doing it? And a T800 arm? And in such detal?!? Mate you are a legend in my book.

I don't know when I'll find the time to make one, but I'll be damned if I won't grab these off you just incase one day I have three or four months spare time to work on one.

Again- many thanks for your hard work!
 

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