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HOW TO – Build a robot from a coat hanger

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Gareth writes – “I just posted this project on Street Tech. I thought it would be good for the Make blog, as it shows how to build the one-motor walker that was pictured on pg. 57 of Make Vol. 6… Now folks can learn how to build the bot!” [via] – Link.

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2 thoughts on “HOW TO – Build a robot from a coat hanger

  1. Anyone else find things like “Build a robot from a coat hanger” annyoing when the coat hanger is just a minor element.

    No need to mention the server motor, plastic gears or dozen or so other parts. It’s all about the coat hanger.

    This is just like the build a fuel cell out of a band-aid article a few weeks ago, no mention of the $50 MEA, it’s really just made of band-aids.

    What’s next, build a cutting edge PC out of a 99 cent sharpie, where in reality you just write your name on the front with the sharpie?

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