I'd be happy to, and FYI it's all in Special Modifications (page 79 for weapons) and Keeping the Peace (page 91 for Armor). The combat armor template has a base of 3 HPs. The 3-advantage option adds 1 HP, and may be selected twice. Thus the 5 HPs. For the weapon, the energy rifle has a base of 4 HPs (same as a blaster rifle). "Customizable", a 2-advantage option, adds 1 HP and may only be selected once. The other HP comes from the Tinkerer
talent. Thus 6 HPs total for that item.
Oh, and looking at those tables again I remember that I didn't keep rolling until I got 2 Triumphs (except for making the tool), because neither the armor nor the weapon got the benefit of the 2-Triumph result, which is a free 1 HP attachment at no HP cost. And each time I rolled again I was using advantages obtained in the prior roll traded for more boost dice using the "Practice Makes Perfect" option, which has no limits on how many times it can be selected. That's how you can stack up 8-11 blue dice (or more).
For the sake of clarity, this result
was the one that created the tool. This result
created the armor, and this result
created the weapon. All rolls after that one were for mods. Rolls before those three creation rolls either led up to schematics or piled up advantages to be used to boost the checks for the creation rolls (after first reducing the check difficulty to "simple").
The mechanics/process used to generate the armor/weapon dice pools are a repair droid (Mechanics skill 3) providing skilled assistance (yields YYYGG instead of his innate YYGGG) combined with the Special Tool
he first crafted (+1 success, +1 advantage, +1 upgrade yielding YYYYG), a zero-G workshop with emergency containment (1 difficulty downgrade, +1 advantage), and Booster Blue (providing the final +1 upgrade to YYYYY). So those Orokos crafting results all have +1 success and +2 advantages (which converts to +3 advantages after applying the Eye for Detail
talent) not shown by the dice images. I limited assistance to just the droid and an unskilled minion-grade go-fer, so as to not abuse the system.