How do you make a robot box?

How do you make a robot box?

Draw several lines onto white paper, then draw a single line through those lines. Use scissors to cut mouth from the lined paper and tape to the tin can. Wrap silver pipe cleaner around a pencil, then glue inside the large can. Glue the head and legs to the cereal box to complete your robot.

What is the price of robot?

Complete with controllers and teach pendants, new industrial robotics cost from $50,000 to $80,000. Once application-specific peripherals are added, the robot system costs anywhere from $100,000 to $150,000.

What to use to make a robot costume?

Fold in half and cut out a triangle for the neck and cut notches for the arms. Velcro or glue anything to the body to appear like a robot. We used CD’s, compasses, washers, old computer boards, silver food strainer, silver drawer knobs, colored gems from craft store, mini flashlight, colored glitter, glue and a battery tester from hardware store.

How to make a no cardboard box robot?

My solution to a no cardboard box robot was to use the sun reflectors for car windshields ($4.00 each, I used three to make two costumes). I cut it to make a chest piece to start with and then I used snaps to attach a rectangle tummy piece to wrap around and hold the chest piece on.

Why did my dad make us robot costumes?

Star wars was way cool at the time so my father decided to make us a Robot costume. Heck we looked like distant relatives of R2D2! (which is where dad got the idea from in the first place.) Dad was an ingenious man. He would use materials that he could scrounge up in the garage in the shed or on the job.

Which is the easiest costume to make for Halloween?

The robot is one of the easiest costumes to make and yet one of the funniest to wear out. As I walked down the busy streets of Chicago I had people cracking up and staring at me everywhere I went.

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