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Robots

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Robots by Oblomobka Jun 14, 2012

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These are the parts we used in a children’s workshop in Madrid a few weeks ago. The goal was to create a character with some body parts created on a 3D printer and other parts made by cutting foam sheets with a hot wire.

We used conductive play-doh (courseweb.stthomas.edu/apthomas/SquishyCircuits/index.htm) to generate simple circuits to power LEDs representing eyes, ears, or noses in the robots heads. The LEDs are powered by coin cell 4.5V batteries that fit in the torso.

More information on the workshop:

parametricomutante.com/taller-frankenstein-i/
parametricomutante.com/taller-frankenstein-ii/
crearchitetturattivamente.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/frankensteint-fomentando-las-relaciones.html


Estas son las piezas que utilizamos para un taller infantil desarrollado en Madrid hace unas semanas. Consistía en montar un personaje con unas partes del cuerpo (cabeza, torso y piernas) fabricadas con impresión 3D y otras (brazos) cortadas con hilo caliente de planchas de espuma.

Usamos plastilina conductiva ( http://courseweb.stthomas.edu/apthomas/SquishyCircuits/index.htm ) para generar circuitos sencillos que pudieran encender leds simulando ojos, orejas o narices en las cabezas de los robots. Estos leds son alimentados por pilas de petaca de 4,5 V que entran en las piezas del torso (body).

Alguna información más del taller:
http://parametricomutante.com/taller-frankenstein-i/
http://parametricomutante.com/taller-frankenstein-ii/
http://crearchitetturattivamente.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/frankensteint-fomentando-las-relaciones.html

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(This project is still in development, it is necessary to refine the design of some parts.)

Print the parts and mix them up!

You will need a 4.5V coin cell battery if you want to put the squishy circuit inside the robot.

Some of the parts (top01, top02, top03, tetravote, trivote01, trivote02) have support material - simply cut it off once printing is complete.


(Este proyecto está en desarrollo, es necesario aún depurar el diseño de algunas piezas)

Impríme las piezas y mézclalas.

Necesitarás una pila de 4,5 V de petaca si quieres montar un circuito dentro del cuerpo del robot.

Algunas piezas (top01, top02, top03, tetravote, trivote01, trivote02) tienen material de apoyo, simplemente corta con un cutter el sobrante.

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I Think the Idea of having the kids learn with hands on with 3d printing technology, as well as the other aspects of the workshop would be very stimulitave of inventive thinking.

Very nice idea!

Here is a translation of the main description:

These are the parts we used in a children’s workshop in Madrid a few weeks ago. The goal was to create a character with some body parts created on a 3D printer and other parts made by cutting foam sheets with a hot wire.

We used conductive play-doh (http://courseweb.stthomas.edu/apthomas/SquishyCircuicourseweb.stthomas.edu/apthoma...
ts/index.htm) to generate simple circuits to power LEDs representing eyes, ears, or noses in the robots heads. The LEDs are powered by coin cell 4.5V batteries that fit in the torso.

More information on the workshop:

http://parametricomutante.com/taller-frankenstein-i/parametricomutante.com/taller-...
http://parametricomutante.com/taller-frankparametricomutante.com/taller-...
enstein-ii/
http://crearchitetturattivamente.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/frankensteint-fomentando-las-relaciones.htmlcrearchitetturattivamente.blog...

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My pleasure! Here is the rest:

(This project is still in development, it is necessary to refine the design of some parts.)

Print the parts and mix them up!

You will need a 4.5V coin cell battery if you want to put the squishy circuit inside the robot.

Some of the parts (top01, top02, top03, tetravote, trivote01, trivote02)
have support material - simply cut it off once printing is complete.

Man, that is a lot of parts! ;)

Yes! But one body, one head, one top, one hip and one leg are enough :)

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