It's a pretty quick process that begins at the conveyer belt.
You can sit there and look at all the parts that come through and really decide which piece you want to make that perfect droid.
You'll also see some famous movie droids above the conveyer belt!
Once you go through that phase you bring all the parts to this work station.
This is where you actually construct it, assemble it and screw it together.
The age limit to build one is three years old and up.
This is where you install the personality chip.
The screw driver is all torsion so it's fully safe. You screw some pieces on.
There are other parts at the station that you can clip in to further customize.
This is the remote control, which is pretty basic and easy to figure out.
Once you've built your droid you get to put it in this activation station.
Once you push the red button the panel initiates, which is a good time to think of a name for your droid. We named ours JJ-D2.
You can choose from many different personality chips.
The whole process costs around $100 dollars.
While driving your droid around the land is not really allowed, you can get this backpack to carry it with you throughout the day and it will react to things around the land and to other droids.
The battery life can last for a full day. Enjoy!