Sweet robot dresser built from junk table

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Sweet robot dresser built from junk table

Anthony Pego, aka Reddit user pegothejerk, says, “I built a robot dresser out of end table scraps I found on the side of the road. My nephew is going to freak.”

Pictures of the construction process reveal that the dresser seems, actually, to be mostly built from stock lumber, with the found object serving as base, frame, and/or inspiration. [Thanks, Marc!]

4 thoughts on “Sweet robot dresser built from junk table

  1. JCO says:

    Nice build, finally some furniture I could get into.

  2. Anthony Pego says:

    Make is my favorite DIY print/site, so I was FLOORED when I saw Marc (thanks, Marc, whoever you are!) sent this in to Make and it made the blog! I really didn’t think so make people would have eyes on my weird robot dresser. Thanks everyone!

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