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Microbot

by CraftyRobot, published

Microbot by CraftyRobot Mar 22, 2016
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4675Views 416Downloads Found in Toy & Game Accessories

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This is a case for a BBC Microbit that turns it into a robot. It takes just over an hour to print on an Ultimaker 2 and requires about 0.6m of filament. Use the 'image' component in the Microbit Block Editor to give your Microbot a mouth and make it speak.

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Printer Brand: Ultimaker

Printer: Ultimaker 2

Rafts: No

Supports: No

Resolution: 0.1mm layer height

Infill: 100%

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Microbot by CraftyRobot is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Remixed it for a battery slot, haven't tested it and its my first remix so let me know if it needs any work :)

Hi I made two of these last night. Neat little design BUT !!!!!!! they are too small and the micro bit doesn't fit in them, there isn't an apperture for the battery lead and I can't get mine to stand up. I am going to try printing at 102% because the outside size of this case seems to be the size of the microbit.

I had the same problem re sizing:( I'm going to remix with an additional battery lead slot

Where can I get a BBC microbit?

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