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   R2-D2 is one of the only four characters to appear in all six Star Wars films, the others being Anakin Skywalker (Darth Vader), Obi-Wan Kenobi, and R2-D2's droid companion C-3PO.


Original R2D2 Robot Spec's
Height 3'2"
Weight 118 Lbs. on Earth,
Zero in Space
Class Astromech Droid
Product Line R-Series

   There were only two R2-D2 models in the first movie. A 3-legged remote controlled
R2D2 version and another which was worn by Kenny Baker and walked on two legs.
   The original R2-D2 was precision made for the 1st "Star Wars" movie which premiered on may 25, 1977.

   All together there were 15 R2-D2's made for the movie "Attack of the Clones". Eight of them were remote controlled, 2 were worn by actor Kenny Baker and the rest were stunt models that could be moved by strings or towed by wires.

   In 2003, R2-D2 was inducted into the Robot Hall of Fame.


Here is our R2D2 with some of his famous friends

Here is our R2D2 with some of his famous friends


Our Robots on display at the South Florida Science Museum



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We exhibit these & other robots Free of Charge at schools, science museum's, robotic competitions and science expo's with the hope that they inspire everyone... young & old.


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to other robotic web sites
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the áI-Cybie robotic dog Other full size
robots that we
have on exhibit
are the  
I-Cybie
shown at left. 


Our items have been displayed at these Museums & Centers:
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
GWiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida

Boynton Beach Children's Museum & Learning Center

The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
at La Habra, California
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City Library

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