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A bristle bot is a fun little robot that you can make out of a few things around the house. They are really quite easy to make and ...
Supplies 1. Pulsar Oral B Toothbrush (the reason we need this brush is because there is a tiny vibrating motor inside which will be powering our little robot!) ...
The first thing you will do it take your toothbrush and remove the battery cover and take out the battery inside it. Hey! Now you have a spare ...
Now take the guts of the toothbrush and bend back the plastic encasing the motor, and also pull off the plastic covering the blue wire. (Figure 2.1 & ...
You can now take the brush head out from under the book and see if the bristles are staying angled. (Figure 3.1) Take your double sided adhesive tape ...
After playing with the Bristle Bot for a little bit you may start to notice how it likes to fall over quickly. An easy way to fix this ...
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