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Danbo is a cardboard robot from yotsuba (japanese manga) and has become an internet picture sensation. Search Danbo and lots of pictures will come up...
Scrollsaw or laser the pieces. Sand with 220 grit sand paper. The attached design has the mini legs, you will have to double the length to have a 23...
Tape all the parts together to make sure the end table is the correct height and everything fits well.
Glue the head, body, arms & legs together. Keep one piece off of each (except legs). Do not glue the back of the body, top of the head, and outside ...
The neck has 5 rings. Two large outer rings and three smaller inner rings. Glue 1 outer ring to the three smaller inner rings. The other outer ring...
Glue together the on/off switch. All the pieces can be glued together, there is no need for access.
I tested out different colors on white paper and cardboard to find the color that looked like cardboard. I used almost three jars of Honeycomb from F...
Glue or screw the 5th ring on so that the head will rotate. I screwed on the neck so I could remove it if needed.
You will need at least three washers, one lock washer, one nut and one bolt per joint. How this setup lays out: Head of bolt inside arm, Washer, wood,...
Glue on the Parchment Paper. If this will just be an end table then use black paper or felt to have the end table look more like the toy. This step is...
Glue small strip to large strip (the rails) Solder wires to paperclips Solder 1 magnet to 1 of the paperclips Staple paperclips to wood. Add magnets ...
I took an existing code from the Arduino website and added in "delay (5000);" milliseconds (five seconds). I had it at ten seconds but liked the quic...
I thought three LEDs would be enough to light the robot. To be more like the Anime I should have used super bright yellow LEDs. Three (for each hole...
Glue the coin slot rails together. Leave the side away from the switch unglued for access. Tape or bolt switch (I taped since I did not have small en...
Put everything in the back. If you are going to plug in Danbo then you will have to cut a hole in the back, otherwise you will need to add a battery ...
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