Mike Senna, well known from the remote-control R2-D2 replica he built in 2003, has now built a working WALL-E replica from the Pixar film. Completely scratch built, as there are no hobbiest parts available.
Mike spoke at the Canyon Hills Library in Anaheim Hills about building R2-D2 and WALL-E. It was standing room only, with some people out the door who couldn't fit. Everyone enjoyed coming up for photos afterwards.