Are you a terminator/sci-fi fan? Well, I am. An advanced robot(android) from a different time is sent back to our time to save someone ~that is the one-line summary of the terminator series. Now isn't that cool?

You may have that fantasy where the same thing happens to you!(who knows whats gonna happen, ryt?) Well, if it happens, please let me know...

But if it doesn't, you can certainly make one of these to satisfy a part of that fantasy. This guy has just survived a 23rd century nuclear bomb in the fourth World war( fought by robots). That's the official story behind this action-figure.

Mainly made from a resin-based Glue, the T-2000 is water/fire/almost anything resistant. Major components are a broken wi-fi dongle, transistors, resistors, capacitors, diodes, a motor-shaft, iron wires and a LED.

CAUTION: Please be careful while working with this type of glue. Your hands will get very sticky and messy.

Step 1: Major Components Required

These are the major components required. You can alter your components if you want it to look a different.

1~Resin based glue

2~A broken wi-fi dongle

3~ A dc-motor shaft

4~ two transistors(the last picture)

5~ a few resistors, capacitors etc.

For the transistors, resistors, capacitors, you can get them from any computer circuits or other forms of circuits used in house-hold appliances.

The glue can be bought from any hardware store. Its used for joining pvc-pipes.

<p>Sculpley (a low temp polymer modeling compound) is much easier to work with, and can be &quot;fired&quot; in a toaster oven....</p><p> I like it.... check out my projects at instructables/remedios667</p>
<p>What a neat idea, combining electrical components into an action figure! :D</p>
<p>I am glad you liked it!! </p>

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