All the wood cut for the legs out of nice plywood. The waist plate is MDF. I used my jig saw plus my Rotozip. I traced the
patterns from Mark Thompson's plans and used a glue stick to adhere them to the wood. It easily sands off after you cut. This
took me about 6 hours.
I Clamped all four corners to get the legs level then drilled
four 3/8" holes for the 3/8 threaded rod I will be using for the top of the leg section.
Heres the final stack-up, you can see the piece of oak that fits over the threaded rod to lock down the top section to the
bottom. I did this so I can easily break down the robot.