REPAIRS

Animatronic Costume Repairs

It's hard to put a number on all of the entertainment robots currently in operation in the world.  These animatronic characters are installed in malls, retail environments, family entertainment centers, and theme parks.  We've even installed animated characters in convenience stores and in church displays (Noahs Ark).
 
Keeping all of these figures running can be a challenge.
 
Here's a menu of specialized services we offer:
  1. Electronics (control system, reprogramming, audio)
  2. Mechanical (servo replacement, cable work, joint replacement)
  3. Art (face touch ups, hands and feet repairs, eyes replaced)
  4. Hair work (hair punching, styling, replacement)
  5. Pattern making (replacement of body panels, arm and legs)
  6. Seamstress (fur or specialized fabric replacement, repairs, tailoring)
  7. Materials are charged at cost plus 28%; 
  8. $200  Initial Inspection fee; 
  9. An estimate can be done only after an initial inspection;
  10. You will see it working before it ships;
  11. Your costume is fully insured while under our care; 
  12. You pay freight/insurance both ways; 

Animatronic Pneumatic Figure Repairs - Animation

  1. Electronics (control system, reprogramming, audio)
  2. Mechanical (servo replacement, cable work, joint replacement)
  3. Art (face touch ups, hands and feet repairs, eyes replaced)
  4. Hair work (hair punching, styling, replacement)
  5. Pattern making (replacement of body panels, arm and legs)
  6. Seamstress (fur or specialized fabric replacement, repairs, tailoring)
  7. Materials are charged at cost plus 28%; 
  8. $100  Initial Inspection fee; 
  9. An estimate can be done only after an initial inspection;
  10. You will see it working before it ships;
  11. Your animatronic figure is fully insured while under our care; 
  12. You pay freight/insurance both ways;

Animal Makers crew member touching up the look of an animatronic lion: figure-finishing-lion.jpg

 

Control room of a restaurant with 8 animated figures as we found it.  They called because their show wasn't operating properly.

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