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Picture of A New Way to Make an Aluminium Alloy Robot
With modularized mechanical structures, electronic modules, and Arduino programming, I made this aulminium alloy robot with Makeblock. (Now they are on Kickstarter, and many super-value kits are available.

Step 1: Tools

Picture of Tools
Tools needed: Screw drivers and a plier.
 
NyghtStar9 months ago

Wondering where you got your parts from?

minishaw642 years ago
Is there a way to make that into a 3 sided track rather than having it 4 sided?
martzsam2 years ago
WOW. I can see this kind of thing becoming VERY popular in the future.
Leolite2 years ago
Makeblock! very nice!
shad0w882 years ago
Hey,
what are those blue plastic storage things at the back called? arent there mounting materials available for them?
kz12 years ago
Do you have a source I could purchase the tracks from. If they're chainable one shold be able to purchase in varying lengths, correct.
schang10 (author)  kz12 years ago
Makeblock is not selling the tracks seperately for now. Maybe later. Just keep an eye on their website.
It would be great if you sold individual parts. There are so many things these could be used for but buying as a kit is not practical.
schang10 (author)  Lectric Wizard2 years ago
Hi Lectric,
Thanks for your comment.
Maybe later we will provide some individual parts for the advanced makers. But at present, we think a complete kit is better for the beginners.
ned982 years ago
where did you got the aluminium parts?
schang10 (author)  ned982 years ago
You may get them here.
So this is a kit you are selling on kickstarter?
schang10 (author)  ProfMuggs2 years ago
Not exactly, but you can make a similar one with Ultimate Kit.