This Instructable shows how to build a basic robot in the simplest way. You only need a few tools and a little time ...

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Step 1:

There are two ways to build your own basic robot
1.- One is to make your own PCB. Learning a bit of electronics and other skills. Have some experience in electronics and putting hands to work.
2.- But. If you like electronics and you do not have time for all of the above can use this instructable. Just go to ebay purchase a kit of construction and welded parts.

This KIY is designed for people with little or no experience on electronics. Who want to start in this world.

There is the ebay place:

Step 2:

After ordering. It is only necessary to have some tools and a little time and your watch will be ready.

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    16 Discussions


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Besides being just an ad, instead of an instructable, this is also a good case of plagiarism. Here is the original robot:


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Oh god just tell me this is a nightmare and this instructible is just an obvious troll...

    I love the micro switches I use them for a lot of stuff on my robot - like heavy motor controls servo to micro switch to relays hands on control I'm at I'm Not Trying To Sell Anything just want to share with other robot builders. Thank You Tom Gualalasmooth


    Reply 9 years ago on Step 2

    No he didn't even teach us how to order it. Its like your teaching someone how to solder and you say"Just solder" Thats not teaching. He has to go through every step of buying. Typing in your credit card, pressing buy, logging in to paypal, etc.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    okay. now put an instructable on how to make this WITHOUT a kit and it will do a whole lot better. (plus most every geek on this site has built something similar.)