I will not give them on a ship, I will not give them taking a sh*t, I will not give them on a plane, I will not give them in the rain, I will not give them here or there, I will not give them anywhere, I do not give a fuck you see, now go away and leave me be. ;)
The meat and potatoes of the Exterior Union Military, and the brunt of the actual horsepower behind the labor that goes into its industrial strength. When Praxis purchased many of the droid manufacturing companies that merged together to form Auricom Engineering, one of the things he wanted to do was produce a droid that that the corporation could call its own.
Praxis's decision led to the modular robotics exhibited here. Though still an evolving design, the BNK-1 has already become popular as a labor droid, offloading cargo from ships, constructing warehouses, factories and other facilities and also acting as security. It is a robust and durable design able to take a great deal of abuse and still remain functional. It can be refitted with any tool it needs to perform the wide variety of tasks its capable of doing, and can be continually produced rather cheaply compared to other droids that usually only perform specific tasks. These qualities carry over to its combat characteristics as a battle droid. Simply exchange its modular arms for a weapon of some sort, possibly outfit it with a light shield generator, and its adaptive programming will take care of the rest.