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Make a Robot(Monster) That Eats Coins From Cardboard

Hi everybody:)

Today, I will show you how to Make a Robot that Eats Coins

it's really interesting

Let's make it:)

For complete step by step video tutorial refer above video!!!

Sorry everyone, but this tutorial may not be detailed. You can see the specific instructions by the video I posted above


Prepare a 30cm x 15cm carton, pencil, ruler and paper knife

And draw as shown

Making Waves

Making waves from cardboard


Cut the cardboard along the line

After cutting it, we will get the upper and lower parts of the robot

Draw a Circle With Radius of 4.5 Cm

Draw a Circle With Radius of 4.5 Cm

This circle helps Create a head and a base for the robot

Original Shape

After finishing the upper and lower parts. Place the top part gear on top of the lower part to create the original shape

Mount the Top and Bottom With a Small Cover

Mount the top and bottom with a small cover

You have completed half the work

Use the Clothesline Hook and Form This Shape

Use the Clothesline Hook and Form This Shape

Use Ice Cream Sticks

Make two small holes in the ice-cream stick to make hands for robots

Attach an ice cream stick in the middle to hold the two ice cream sticks on the sides (second photo)

Create a Hole

Create a hole in the side of the robot

And use bamboo toothpicks to hold

Fully Prepared

Fully prepared: Geared Motor, 9V Battery, battery connector

Use Ice Cream Stick

Use an ice cream stick and create a shape like in the picture

Attach the newly created ice cream stick to the motor
And Test

Make a Mini Box

Make a mini box to store the motor and Put the motor in

Create a Small Hole

Create a small hole behind the robot to put the wire through

Create a Circle

Create a Circle2 More Images

Create a circle with a radius of 2cm

Use conductive materials. In the video I use aper knife blade (second photo)

Use solder tin and solder to the newly created paper knife blade (third photo)

and attach 9v battery (fifth photo)

Use Glue

Use hot glue to glue the circle to the ice-cream stick

Use the Hook

Use the hook to attach the robot arm to the upper part of the robot

Note: Do it for both sides

Making Legs for Robots

You can design in any shape you like, not necessarily the same as the video

Use 2 ice cream sticks to make the robot legs


Decorate the robot face your own way

Decorate the horn of the robot to add a funny part

Finished Product. Let's See the Finished Product

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