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A powered hydraulic exo-skeleton.
About this creation

The ES-100 is the first produced exo-skeleton in the UNE. Unlike the MCF series, the ESs fit more like armor than a machine you step in to. Made from 3" thick titanium, the legs are hydraulically powered and meant to withstand the impact of the half tonne suit. However, as with all new technology, there are problems to be worked out. The arms have a rather limited range of movement.

I hade made this flamethrower and thought,"well, this sucks, it's too big for a minifig." It just kinda sat in the basement for a while untill I thought about giving this thing a weapon. It's the perfect size and color.(or at least I think so)

It doesn't look all that great from the front of back, but I'm getting better.

Because everybody loves an action shot.


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  July 15, 2009
This. Is. PRACTICAL!!!! Seriously, it looks great! The limbs are odd, but I can actually make this ES-100! I'm finally gonna try make UNE, so can I copy this? Please respond. Thankyou!
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  November 8, 2008
nice,the limbs are a tad out of proportion but these things are hard to build.So ya,nice ~Ian
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  November 8, 2008
That's very nice! I've always tried to make something like this, but I never did one. I love the color uniformity, it makes it look great!
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  November 8, 2008
Woot! Your actually making mecha!
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