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  1. Complete Cardboard Robot Kit with a tilting smart phone camera mount. Includes 4 stepper motors, all pre-cut cardboard parts, wooden base with swivel plate, screws, nuts, motor attachments and set screws, motor controller, power supply, USB cable. Shipping to USA included. Canada add $ Europe, Japan, China add $ Australia and ROW add $
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  2. Cardboard Robot: This robot is based on several "walker-robots" found on the web, and it`s one of many versions of a 2-servo walking robot. Our idea behind this robot was to try to build a cheap as possible robot kit for children in schools, youth clubs, and so on 13 pins.
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  3. Cardboard Robot Arm. Link Hat Tip Comment. The Q show off another one of their awesome low-budget builds, a robot arm that’s made primarily from cardboard and popsicle sticks, and controlled by plastic syringes filled with colored liquid. If there’s anyone we’d want to be stranded on a desert island with, it’s these guys.
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  5. Jul 28,  · Designer Ross Atkin based in London has created a new cardboard telepresence robot that uses the power of your smartphone to enable callers to .
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  6. Jan 25,  · Welcome back to Kids Crafts and this week’s cardboard tube robot!!I am a huge huge HUGE fan of cardboard tube crafts.. mainly because we have them in abundance in our house (*cough* I blame the Englishman).This little Toilet Paper Roll Robot is a perfect little Crafts for Boys idea!. We actually made this robot last year and it forms part of my Time On Your Hands ebook.
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  7. Aug 03,  · The Smartipresence cuts the price of entry into the telepresence world right down by making use of the ubiquitous smartphone and cardboard. Launched by The Crafty Robot .
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  8. Apr 28,  · This cardboard robot collage is guaranteed to be a hit! I love this kid’s craft because it works well for all ages, and you can customize it with literally anything you have on hand. This is a fun project to do as a boredom buster at home, and it’s also perfect to do with a class or group.
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