Paperbot - Paper Robot to Print Out and Make

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Look out puny human! The paper robots are on the march. Download and make this paper robot and help destroy the world!
Nah. Don't panic, these are in fact friendly robots. Honest.

Print out the three pages of the robot onto thin card (230 micron / 67lb) Score along the dotted lines and cut out the holes before carefully cutting out the pieces. Dashed lines are hill folds, dotted lines are valley folds. Grey areas show where to glue.

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Step 1:

Fold the arms in half and glue them down to make double thickness card. Once the glue is dry carefully cut out the parts.

Step 2:

Fold round and glue together the legs.

Step 3:

Join the legs with the leg top.

Step 4:

Fold round the and glue together the two legs lining up the edge of the leg with the leg top.

Step 5:

Glue one of the tabs of the legs outer to the top of the legs lining it up in the position shown.

Wrap the part round and glue it to the top of the legs.

Step 6:

Glue the leg guides into place using the grey areas for alignment.

Step 7:

Fold round the tab at the end of the body parts to make a triangular end stop.

Step 8:

Glue the two body parts together.

Step 9:

Thread the legs down through the hole in the top of the body.

Step 10:

Thread the arms up through the arm holes and glue the tabs to the top of the legs as shown.

Step 11:

Glue the body top into place.

Glue the feet to the end of the legs.

Step 12:

Fold up and glue together the head.

Step 13:

Glue the head to the body. Complete the model by gluing the eyes into place.

Step 14:

"Make me, puny human, and I will destroy you!"

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6 Discussions

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MagnusW

8 months ago on Step 14

Folding starts off easy but it ends up being more complex than molding IMO.

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emilyvanleemput, u make great origami, and robives is a great creator too!

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D0by

7 years ago on Introduction

how does he move? and he is so cute!