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Make A Robot Style Operation Game

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Make a robot style Operation game with Chibitronics. via instructables

Love the game Operation when you were a kid (or even now)? Ever want to make your own, but with a robot instead? We’ll show you how, with using a Chibitronics kit.

Tools and Materials

– 2 x wooden boards

– Alligator clips

– Tweezers

– 1 x floral foam board the same size as the wooden boards (about 1 inch thick)

– A lasercutter (or you can try cutting with a dremel or other hand saw)

– Binder clips

– Chibitronics Copper Tape

– Chibitronics LED stickers (white and red)

– 2032 Battery

– Blinking LED sticker

– X-acto knife

– 100K Ohm Resistor

Full tutorial


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