Many factories find it much cheaper to invest heavily in droid workers
rather than sentient beings since droids do not require a salary. These
droid workers are tireless and often times work for days on end before
requiring the slightest bit of maintenance or repair.
The AccuTronics C1 worker droid is typical of almost all general purpose
worker droids in the galaxy. It features the standardized humanoid body
with two arms, two legs and a head. The arms are highly developed with an
impressive range of movement. The hands are highly adaptable and even
detach easily so that the droids may be easily modified to perform more
specific tasks - the stock model comes with hands similar to those found
upon the infamous 3PO protocal droids, other models of hands include those
specially designed for sorting, tinkering, delicate repair and almost any
other task one could think of.
The C1 worker droid is usually intended for use in a factory, in an office
or even on board a starship performing the tasks of the typical crewer. For
the heavy lifting that is usually required for the loading and unloading of
starships and vehicles, AccuTronics recommends their older B1 worker droid
which was designed specifically for this.
Model: AccuTronics C1 Worker Droid
- Humanoid body (two arms, two legs, head)
- Interchangable hands
- Two visual and two audial sensors - human range
- Vocabulator speech/sound system
- Small electric arc welder (1D to 5D as fits situation, 0.3 meter range)
- Small circular saw (4D, 0.3 meter range)
- Modular upgrade slots (inserts new programming)
* Starship construction/repair upgrade chip
Cost: 1,000 credits
Skills: Capital ship repair 4D, space transports repair 4D,
starfighter repair 4D
* Ground vehicle construction/repair upgrade chip
Cost: 750 credits
Skills: Ground vehicle repair 4D, hover vehicle repair 4D,
repulsorlift repair 4D, walker repair 4D
* Droid/computer construction/repair upgrade chip
Cost: 500 credits
Skills: Computer programming/repair 4D, droid programming 4D, droid
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