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You will need: - 4 "AA" Battery Holder (Model: 270-391 | Catalog #: 270-391) - (x2) Red LED with Holder (Model: 276-084 | Catalog #: 276-084) - 75dB ...
Cover your mat board with spray glue and center your robot cut template on top. Smooth it out to get rid of air bubbles and make sure it is attached ...
Use a craft knife to cut out the inner pieces by following the outlines.
Flip your board over and spray the back with glue. Firmly attache a sheet of aluminum over top of the entire back side.
Flip the board back over. Trim away the excess aluminum foil from around the board's edges Carefully cut the inner shapes and fold the aluminum up an...
Cut two small 1/4" holes at the end of the robot's antennae.
Pass your LED assemblies down through these openings and securely fasten them in place.
Pass one of the bolts through from front to back. Cut a 12" piece of wire and expose three inches. Wrap the exposed wire around this first bolt. Put ...
Make a loop of tape and stick your buzzer to the aluminum side of your board.
Cut a two foot section of wire and expose about two inches worth. Solder this wire to the joint of your tweezers.
Wire the red wire fastened to the bolt to the red wire of the battery holder. Wire the two red LED wires to your 220 ohm resistor. Wire the red buzz...
Cover all of the exposed wires with electrical tape so that they can't cross. Bundle together all of the wires with zip ties, except for the tweezers...
Put your thread covers onto the ends of each of the bolts.
Put your batteries into the battery holder. Now, when you touch the tweezers anywhere on the aluminum foil, the LEDs should light up and the buzzer s...
Drop your game pieces into the appropriate holes.
Try to remove the pieces without touching the sides of the hole with the tweezers. If it buzzes, you lose your turn. The person to pull out the most p...
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