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Well for a start, each servo cost $300.And he probably had several prototypes until he got it right, meaning he had to pay several times for watercutting.There is a quality wireless camera inside the chest, too.
Keep in mind that he is an employee of Trossen Robotics, so he probably got a 10% discount off everything . . .