How to Make a Walking Robot With Moving Arms # 1

Introduction: How to Make a Walking Robot With Moving Arms # 1

Hi guys, this is a video based tutorial. This is the first of two walking robots tutorials that I've planned for long time to share with everybody. The general idea of this project is to make something entertaining with cheap and used materials so everybody can do it.

In this tutorial I try demonstrate a method in making a simple walking robot that is easy to assemble and disassemble with ice cream sticks and parts of broken toy car.

Hope you enjoy it.

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Step 1: Parts Needed

  • A gearbox
  • Galvanized wire
  • (2) 4 mm terminal blocks
  • (6) 3 mm lock nuts
  • (4) 3 mm nuts
  • (4) long 3 mm machine screw
  • (2) short 3 mm machine screw
  • 5 ice cream sticks
  • Brass tube

Step 2: Tools

  • Pliers (especially the one with long mouth)
  • Tube cutter or iron saw
  • Hot glue gun
  • Screwdriver

Step 3: Let's Make It

Click video to watch instructions and demonstrations

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    7 Discussions

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    raulb32
    raulb32

    2 years ago

    Good job!!! Ill made it

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    MatteoD13
    MatteoD13

    3 years ago

    But if the speed motor of rotation is too fast how is possible to decrease (I'll try with low battery..)' I supose need resistance or little circuit speed regulation, but how? Thanks a lot from Italy.

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    alim samnani
    alim samnani

    4 years ago

    Which gearbox to be used

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    SweatS1
    SweatS1

    4 years ago on Introduction

    Sir please give the video in zip folder for downloading, Because video is not responding.

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    peppypickle
    peppypickle

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for sharing this 'ible! How long did this take to make?