Robotic Arm Using Cardboard

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There are so many cardboards in everyone's home. If you think that you don't have any in your house, then ask your mom. I am sure that you will be able to find one.

Making something out of cardboard is really cool. And if that thing is a robotic arm (!) then the excitement increases by 1000%. So I am going to teach you, how to make a cardboard. I found writing instructions very boring. So I made a video for you all. But still I am telling you about what is required to make the robotic arm.

Supplies:

Step 1: What You Need:

* A large piece of cardboard (You can use old TV boxes or anything else.

* A paper cutting knife

* A Glue Gun

* Some straws

* Some thread

Step 2: How to Make It?

I hope you liked the tutorial.

Let meet again with something else. Till then, stay well and be with Instructables.

Thank you!

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    8 Discussions

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    poew

    Question 6 months ago on Step 1

    are there any alternatives to the soda caps used for the fingers

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    robypc

    2 years ago

    This is a great idea! Is it possible to make it longer? (to reach things, I'm lazy).

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    random_builder

    2 years ago

    Awesome! Could you enter this into the robotics contest?

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    EmmieM5

    2 years ago

    FABULOUS idea for 3-6th grades to teach about robotics.

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    kinte ryder

    2 years ago

    good arm, can you make all 5 finger robotic arm ?

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    farkogor

    2 years ago

    I am gonna try it for sure.

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    TheThinker

    2 years ago

    No video shows on the Android Instructable app. Can you add a link?

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