Stitch (named in honor of my sexy, smart and good friend Jennifer Hansen, AKA "Stitch Diva") is a desk junkbot with two LEDs as eyes (one red and one colour changing). Its body comes from a printer cartridge, its eyes come from a garden hose, its arms are from various plastic pieces, with pincers in one arm and a magnet in the other, and the legs are from building blocks.

You can have it in your desk, for post-its and clips... and for playing!!! :-)
Want to start junkbotting today and this is one of my favourite ones I've seen :D
Thanks a lot! Good luck with your junkbotting!
Thanks :) I've made one so far. It is alright I guess
<p>Nice! Did you weld the pieces together or glue them?</p>
I love how you give them all cool names! :)
It's the difficult part! :-) Thanks!
Oven knobs are not the cheapest thing so I found a place that had 5 spare ones bought them for a couple bucks. I built a foundry (been wanting to for years) and cast me some duplicates from scrap aluminum. I want to build a Stitich but since he sits on a desk I found in my junk drawer a little mini stapler and as luck would have it its yellow that would make a nice claw. Deffinately want the magnet though. These things rule M.C.
Thanks Ford!
Very cool! I like the magnet, it's a nice feature.
Thanks Splazem!!
what operating system are you usin 'cos i can make you a theme of that
Thanks!!!! I'm Windows XP.
ok it will be harder to do that. <br>what ible do you want it of?
Well, I don't know. Whatever you want is ok! :-)
i'll do it of wall-e
here is a a windows 7 theme for people who want it
here is an xp theme. <br>i don't use xp so i thought i could do multiple backgrounds <br>the themes are made from the wall-e instructable
Cool ible rated 5*<br>Well done, have a look at mine as well entered for this contest
Thanks Vishalapar!!!! :-)
you have blinded me with awesome recycling methods MC
:-)<br><br>Thank you very much Acidbass!!!
Thanks TSC!! :-)
Your welcome! =D
One again awesome!
Thanks Aug!!! :-)

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Bio: I'm Mario Caicedo Langer, from Colombia, former Navy officer and BSc in Naval Sciences. Right now I'm Technical Director and Technology Lead Teacher ... More »
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