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Here is an easy solar powered nightlight. Material List: 1/8" Baltic Birch Plywood Glue Solar Yard Light Tape (may need) (might also need scissors) Nuts, Bolts, Lock Washers ...
I designed my robot in CorelDRAW and used Boxit to 3-D the design. I used Boxit 4 times for the head, body, one leg and one arm. Then ...
Either laser cut or scroll saw design. Sand with 220 grit sand paper, electric sander will result in a smoother finish then hand sanding.
Layout pieces. Then glue only 5 of the six sides. (Do not glue opposite side of holes for the arms and legs, back of the main body and ...
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 or ...
Remove top of solar light. Line up solar cell with square hole in top of head. Glue top of solar light to top of head. Note: may need ...
Put Robbie together (I did not glue the 6th side on and the sides stay on just fine.) This solar light will charge under lamp light.
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