Terminator T-800 Blueprints

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  1. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    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.png t_800_terminator_phalanx_2_p1_by_conquerorworm1522-d5w02sc.png t_800_terminator_phalanx_2_p2_by_conquerorworm1522-d5w03r5.png t_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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  2. bweapon

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    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.
     
  3. Rassilon

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    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
     
  4. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    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.
     
  5. bweapon

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    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.
     
  6. Conqueror_Worm

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  7. T2SF

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    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.
     
  8. Wes R

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    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.
     
  9. gyoung2993

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    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...
     
  10. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    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?
     
  11. gyoung2993

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    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
     
  12. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    Sure, as long as you don't sell them or claim them as your own. :)
     
  13. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    Here is finger #3
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    The pieces-
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  14. Conqueror_Worm

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    Finger Four-
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    Pieces-
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  15. Conqueror_Worm

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    Finger Five!
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    Pieces-
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  16. Roughneckone

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    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
     
  17. YenChih Lin

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    Dude besides the awesome work, you're giving Skynet a head start - watch out for Sarah! :lol
     
  18. Knightjar

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    Thank you! Really valuable resource.
     
  19. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys!
    I hadn't thought of that...I guess I should keep my curtains closed, lol.
     
  20. juliet76

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    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!
     
  21. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! Just make sure you download new drawings before you start building, I've been updating and re-uploading drawings fairly regularly.

    I found some hardware on the McMaster Carr web site that I thought would work well for holding the fingers together.
    Here is an exploded view
    The Hardware-
    Standoff (for all finger joints)
    Standoff (for all thumb joints)
    Screw (for all medial/proximal joints)
    Screw (for all distal joints)
    Washer (for all distal joints)
    I updated the knuckle disks with countersunk holes for the hex screws-
    Medial/Proximal Knuckle Disk
    Proximal/Metacarpal Knuckle Disk
    Thumb Medial/Proximal Knuckle Disk
    Thumb Proximal/Metacarpal Knuckle Disk
    The 'distal knuckle disk' for the thumb is no longer used.
     
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2012
  22. rahman

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    Hi there,

    It seems like a great project.

    What happened to it?

    Still continuing?

    I may consider jumping in the project.

    Please send me a pm if you interested in having a help.

    Best.

    Rahman
     
  23. thegreatgalling

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    Rahman, I commented in your other Terminator thread, but forgot to mention that there is are a set of blueprints out of Japan that are scaled to a 1/2 size. Members rescale those and usually use cardboard to create the base for a life size endo. I haven't been able to download a copy, but there is a seller on ioffer.com who sells them on CD.
     
  24. Conqueror_Worm

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    I didn't realize it had been so long since I last updated this.
    I've been having some trouble with the palm of the hand. This is what I have so far-
    http://i443.photobucket.com/albums/qq153/The_Conqueror_Worm/Terminator Reference/HandTEST.png
    How does the shape look to you guys? When I hold the resin piece up to the computer screen everything looks okay, but the fingers are overlapping in my model so something must not be quite right. It's such a finicky piece, I'm not sure if it's the shape of the plate, the location of the holes, or the angle of the upright pieces.
     
  25. Toni Plutonij

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    Just to correct you on this, it's a papercraft file, not blueprints..so you basically print it out, cut it, glue in places where it says so, and you make Endo.
    It sounds way easier then it actually is!
     
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  26. BrundelFly

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    If could could digitize it...we could GROW em!
     
  27. Woodlake

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    +1!
    I got as far as two forearms with hands and a partially finished skull! There is a LOT of pieces...
     
  28. Conqueror_Worm

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    I think the half scale endo is copyrighted, but on papermodelers.com, member Ing. Spendlik designed and posted a 1:1 papercraft terminator arm.
    Here is the thread
    and here are the links where you can "stáhnout soubor" the PDFs-
    *"NavodFinal pdf" (2.88 MB) - stáhnout soubor*
    *"Endoskeleton hand Final pdf" (323.01 KB) - stáhnout soubor*
    *"Stand by T2 White version pdf" (661.24 KB) - stáhnout soubor*
    (click stáhnout soubor, then click stáhnout pomalu)
    You can also download the parts, but not the instructions, from his website.
    There is also a 1:1 skull here.
     
  29. Conqueror_Worm

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  30. Wes R

    Wes R Legendary Member

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    Just wanted to say thanks again for posting this for all of us. Makes me want to buy a small milling machine setup now :lol
     
  31. metalzeus

    metalzeus Active Member

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    Very nice plans,thanks
     
  32. oota goota

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    wow just stumbled onto this thread, what an amazing amount of work! well done and thanks!
     
  33. cavx

    cavx Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I love how the plans are approved by Miles Dyson. Nice touch :)
     
  34. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys!
    Yeah, me too. I'm using this CAD work to hold me over until I can afford one. Maybe I should start charging for the drawings. ;)
     
  35. Conqueror_Worm

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    I just thought I would share a couple of ideas I have been working on.
    The first is a mockup of a linear actuator for use in the forearm. Here is an animation. It has a small electric motor that turns a piece of threaded rod. On the threaded rod is a drive nut which is prevented from turning. Since the drive nut can't turn, it is forced to travel up and down the threaded rod.

    The second is a method of attaching the control cables to the fingertips. Based on this image, it looks like there is a hole in the fingertips parallel to the joint axis and located near the cable attachment point. Here is the design I came up with based on this. If I use a 1/32" cable, I can use a compression sleeve on the end of the cable that will be small enough to fit inside a hole in the fingertip. The spring pin overlaps part of the hole and keeps the compression sleeve from sliding out of the finger. The spring pin also provides a smooth radius for the cable to bend around.
     
  36. WarPig

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    I wonder if a 3D print would be feasible ...? Nice way to get an endo arm that was an original :)
     
  37. Conqueror_Worm

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    Just for kicks, I uploaded a piece to Shapeways. Looks like you can get it 3D printed, but it won't be cheap. They charge $5.13 for a single fingertip...
    Here is the link
    I wonder if I could get into any legal trouble by posting these files for sale there. It looks like there are a number of other terminator files already on the site, but I don't see any that are 1:1.
     
  38. WarPig

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    The least expensive recast endo arm on ebay is around $130 shipped. For that, you get a bunch of bad resin that needs loads of clean-up. You still don't have an articulated arm/hand when you're finished.

    Call it a "cyborg arm" if you like :) . If I could get a 3D print of all the pieces for around $200, I'd be all over it!

    Price up a full arm and toss up an interest thread in the JY; the only thing you have to lose is a little time. (BTW, I'd expect and *want* you to add in enough so you made something on it!)
     
  39. Conqueror_Worm

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    I'm convinced this next piece uses a found item for the hex and elbow shaped area. It looks like a threaded hose adapter but I can't find one that matches.
    Forearm Hose
     
  41. Mickey

    Mickey New Member

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    That s a great work you did i ve been waiting for this for a long time...Thank you
     
  42. Mickey

    Mickey New Member

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    Is it posible to get the mesurements in mm? ..I m from Romania and i work in a factory that build ut's for car factoryes whe have plenty of 5 axes machines and other type of machines Maybe i ll be able to get a finance to build some parts...The production price maybe very high....
     
  43. Conqueror_Worm

    Conqueror_Worm Well-Known Member

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    Sure, just multiply all of the measurements by 25.4. ;)
    Seriously though, I'm not sure how to change the units on my software.
     
  44. Mickey

    Mickey New Member

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    Ok thank you...
     
  45. Figure5901

    Figure5901 Active Member

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    Just discovered this thread and I am speechless.
     
  46. TazMan2000

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    Wow. The accuracy of those drawings....I think Skynet is got you on their hit list. lol

    TazMan2000
     
  47. Mickey

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    How is the palm work going on?
     
  48. Conqueror_Worm

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    Thanks guys!
    Work on the palm is going slowly. I am currently on my fifth version and considering starting over again. There are a lot of pieces that come together there and at odd angles. I have all of the pieces modeled but I am having trouble tweaking everything to fit together properly. Also, the resin pieces I am working from are not completely screen accurate. I think I am going to release the first set of drawings which will be accurate to the resin castings (which I can measure), then produce a second set of drawing which will be modified to look more screen accurate (I'll have to guess at those measurements). Here are a couple pictures of what my current version looks like, along with a picture of the arm in the movie:
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  49. Conqueror_Worm

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  50. ENDO-HUNTER

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    Fantastic work. :thumbsup
     

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