This year I collaborated as a volunteer at Mini Maker Faire Madrid. The event was awesome and I wanted to record a lot of things while I was working.
So I decided to use the Maker Faire Robot as a camera holder for my Polaroid Cube camera. It worked great and people loved it!
I had to fix the broken faces of the stl using a good mesh algorithm, at the end the easy way was using the Autodesk STL Tinkercad algorithm. You have a freecad file with a solid robot if you wish to change something. The original hack is in:
Hope you liked! And remember, if you use it please send some photos^^!
This little hack (just a few holes) is a remix of the next model:
Based also in the original:
Remember to put supports and... use red filament!
To keep your polaroid cube in your robot I highly recomend to glue a small coin inside the hole as you can see in the photos. I use an euro 1 cent coin and it works pretty well with the magnet of the polaroid cube.
You can use a normal pendant cordon to bring your robot around the world. Put the cordon through the four holes (arms and head). To reinforce the the system use two loops.
Glue the coin to the robot