Scratch Builds: Mods created from anything other than a manufactured case.
Ryan Perry’s R2-D2 mod is one that everyone noticed. I can’t tell you how many times while working the Modders-Inc booth I heard “Have you seen the R2D2 mod?”. Ryan’s R2 unit is a exact scale to the original and is made from foam, plastic and wood.
Michael Kraft was able to grab the second place with his version of BMO (Beemo) from the ever popular Adventure Time. Most of Beemo’s body was created using a MakerGear M2 3D printer while some other parts are made of wood.
This year’s Scratch Build winner is Adam Owen which just happens to be last years winner to with the King Kong sized NES controller. So what did Adam do this year that put him in the winners seat again, nothing really except for a remote controlled 3D-printed Tiger I tank which he says is a tribute to Wargaming.net’s World of Tanks.