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October 9, 2014

Robo-Dog made from Scrap Electronics

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Robo-Dog made from Scrap Electronics


At a glance this Robo Dog by  looks like something you might find in the toy section of your local department store. Check out the parts below that went into the building of it.

“I used the following materials (probably you can easily find better materials and substitutes):

  • 1 broken mouse (it doesn’t matter where you are; you can always find a broken mouse. Or you can “accidentally” break one.)
  • 1 gearbox (with motor) from a toy. I used the one from a cheap toy weapon. You can use the one from a toy car with good traction.
  • 4 black keys from an ABANDONED AND BROKEN piano. Not the one from your mother in law, not the one from the museum, not the one from the restaurant (just in case, run when you get them)
  • 2 small gears or plastic discs
  • 2 small metallic angles
  • 1 small spring (for the tail)
  • 1 switch (you can find one in a broken toy)
  • 2 plastic coathangers
  • Wires
  • Nuts, screws and iron washers
  • Extra plastic and metal trash
  • Superglue
  • Soldering tin
  • 2 AA batteries
  • 1 AA batteries holder (if you are lucky enough, your can use the one from the toy)”



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