IRON SQUIRREL (MARK I)

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About: 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 at STEM - Engineering for Kids Azerbaijan. Also, I'm artis...
Need some ideas of how to use your bathroom plastic garbage?

This is Iron Squirrel Mark II (2008), one of my first sculptures using a base of plastic bottles and caps. You assembly these and the apply epoxic and paint for a best finish.

Materials:

For the limbs:
  • Deodorant plastic caps
  • Pills bottles
  • Roll-on deodorant balls
  • Nails: dinosaur kit plastic bones
For the body:
  • WC automatic fragance spray
For the tail:
  • Shaving razors plastic box
For the head:
  • Toy ball
  • Roll-on deodorant balls
Base:
  • VHS cassette plastic case
I used copper wire for join the limbs to the body, epoxic, paint, LEDs and batteries. And nuts and bolts.

Tools: Dremel, screwdrivers, pliers and solderin iron.

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    pennyf24

    8 years ago on Introduction

    looks like i will be saving up some stuff that usually gets wasted... I want to make a robot for a friend who loves them... Maybe if I can get it done before her birthday that would be great :D

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    pennyf24M.C. Langer

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Yes thanks! Still haven't saved enough to make anything yet but hopefully before this christmas! :D