Berhampur ITI students recreate the ‘Predator’ out of scrap materials


Berhampur: The students of Berhampur ITI College are creating a sculpture of Hollywood’s popular science fiction character, the ‘Predator’ with spare parts of discarded vehicles.

Reportedly, the students are now working on the replica of 12-feet high and weighs 550 kg Predator at the institute’s scrap museum.

Several scrap materials like tractor engine, gears, trucks, motorcycle bearings, shock absorbers and chains have been used for the sculpture. This apart, the ITI authorities including fitters, wielders, and painters are also helping out the students in the project.

The Predator sculpture will be dedicated to the residents of Berhampur after its completion, informed ITI authorities.

This will also be a centre of attraction and help people to understand such modern and technical art, they further said.

Besides, models made from the JCB machines, fighter helicopters, tanks, missiles, trains, and watches have been displayed at the museum in the institute.

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