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Step 5: COMPLETION

COMPLETING THE ROBOT.
   AFTER THE PARTS ARE CUT OUT AND SANDED AND PAINTED-
Attache the T-nuts as shown.
Attach Shoulder Rotators with wood screws tightly.
Attach  the two leg rotators with the wood screws.
Then attach all other parts of legs and arms.
Do the Head last .
See figure if you use a LED flasher . Attach to back and run wires to back hole  to nose. Solder on a red Standard size LED. observing polarity. An AA battery is placed in the clip . It will not need a switch as the led is always on. It should run for 2 years. Glue the LED into the Nose hole.with RTV silicone rubber.
      When completed you can tighten or loosen the machine bscrews to move the arms , and feet.



Its nice!!!!
These are very cool...<br />
thanks- the big Rob is my avatar....I started out to mechanize it. I grew tired.sounds like me ! All i did was to install flash-led eyes nose and belts. <br />
Very prolix and well made!<br />
some day I am going to publish big Robbie so you can make a family of them.....
these robots were made to attract attention at art and craft fairs here in chicago-- they definiely succeeded- people wanted to buy them instead of our wood carvings.. ha...but&nbsp; we held back.. The baby robot of this family was given away as a gift.
Good idea! <br /> <br /> <span class="medium_text" id="result_box"><span title="Yo soy jubilado, y deArgentina, y por lo tanto mi mensualidad es escasa.">I am retired, and from Argentina, and therefore my monthly payment is low. </span><span title="Tendr&eacute; en cuenta la posibilidad de fabricarlos para venderlos.">I will have in mind to make such products for sale. </span><span title="Unos pesos siempre vienen bien.">A few $$ are always welcome.</span>...</span><br />
your&nbsp; robots&nbsp; are&nbsp; awesome
thanks- Had lots of fun making and decorating these monsterites.

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