Introduction: Dinobot

Build your very own Dinobot from the labs of BCC. This robot shall bring you fun and excitement.

Made By: Cooper Nagengast and Kai Rounds

Materials

· Scissors

· Tape/Glue

· One Head Piece

· One Body Piece

· Two Arm Pieces

· Two Feet Pieces

Step 1: Print Out the PDF

Print out the Dinobot PDF and instruction sheet. Get your scissors ready and some tape ready.

Step 2: Get Comfortable

Sit down or stand in a comfortable position to allow you to have an easier time to cut and tape your robot together.

Step 3: Cut Out the Head

Cut along the solid black lines on the piece labeled HEAD. Fold along the dashed lines and tape across the gray tabs to secure the various sides together.

Step 4: Cut Out the Body

Cut along the solid black lines on the piece labeled BODY, making sure to cut along the tail slit as well. Fold along the dashed lines and tape across the gray tabs to secure the various sides together.

Step 5: Attach the Head to the Body

Make a loop of tape and attach it to the spot labeled HEAD GOES HERE. Place the head on top and secure it.

Step 6: Cut Out the Feet

Cut along the solid black lines around the pieces labeled FEET, and fold along the dashed lines. Fold the tabs inward and fasten tape to the tabs. Place against the areas on the body that are labeled FOOT GOES HERE.

Step 7: Cut Out the Tail

Cut out the piece marked TAIL, making sure to cut along the solid black line which will attach it to the body.

Step 8: Attach Tail to Body

Align the tail slit on the body with the slit on the tail and insert the tail piece into the body.

Step 9: Cut Out the Arms

Cut along the solid black lines of the ARMS piece, making sure to cut along the middle black line to separate the arms into two!

Step 10: Tape the Arms to the Body

Fold along the dotted lines on the arms and affix a loop of tape to the back of the upper part of the arms. Tape them to the body, one on each side of the yellow belly.

Step 11: Enjoy Your Dinobot!

Hurrah! You've just assembled your very own Dinobot! Rejoice!

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seamster made it! (author)2014-09-04

Cute dino robot!

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