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"Some of you gathered here today are old enough to remember when Baktoid Armor Workshop came to Geonosis and struck a deal with us to build foundries and produce battle droids and other automata for which we were handsomely rewarded."
Archduke Poggle the Lesser speaking of Baktoid's deal with the Stalgasin hive[3]

The Baktoid Armor Workshop was a design company that was responsible for the production of a portion of the weapons, vehicles, and droids used by the Trade Federation during the Invasion of Naboo, and later the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars against the Galactic Republic.


Baktoid Armor Workshop was originally part of the Trade Federation's portfolio. It was a subsidiary of Baktoid Industries[1] and Techno Union.[2] Baktoid Armor was the sister company of Baktoid Combat Automata.[9] Baktoid Armor manufactured weapons and droids as well as terrestrial vehicles and starships. Vehicles they built included the Single Trooper Aerial Platform, the Armored Assault Tank, the Multi-Troop Transport, and the super tank.[4]

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Baktoid technicians working on a prototype of the Hyena-class Droid Bomber

Droids they designed included the DSD1 dwarf spider droid and OG-9 homing spider droid deployed alongside the battle droids of the Confederacy forces. They also made the E-5 blaster rifles carried by the Confederacy's B1-series battle droids and BX-series droid commandos. The company also created the Hyena-class Droid Bomber based on the design of the vulture droid starfighter. Both were used by the Confederacy navy.[4] Xanadu Blood, the personal Rogue-class Porax-38 starfighter of the bounty hunter Cad Bane was also manufactured by the Workshop.[7]



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