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Step 12: Adding Chrome Trim

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Adhesive backed chrome trim tape was used to finish the robot and give it some "bling." This comes in several thicknesses and colors from AutoZone.

Apply the trim per manufacturer instructions. A craft saw and miter block were used to make any angles that were needed. A Dremel tool also came in handy to fine sand some pieces.

A piece of plated gutter guard was used to cover the speed controllers then outlined with the chrome trim.

A chrome lid from an insulated travel mug was used to accent the opening of the beer dispenser (cut the center out of it and epoxy it on).

Center and mount the shot dispenser with wood screws. A template was drawn to aid in drilling equally spaced holes.
 
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