Vintage walking robot #3DPrinted Foki robot #3DThursday #3DPrinting

fokia robot

RobotHut shares:

You can 3d print this walking robot with lit eyes for very little money. It operates from a single AA battery. The robot was inspired by the 1960’s robot game made by DAISH a Argentina company. In the game the robots eyes would lit if you picked the right answer. This robot uses a low voltage / low curent Dc gear motor from SolerBotics , the GM7. And it uses the circuit board from a dollar store solar yard light to boost the 1.5 volts up to LED voltage levels. When you strip down the solar light keep the battery contacts as they will snap in to the battery holder that is printed inside the upper body part.

download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1706191

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