A simple and fun bit of 3D Printed silliness.
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3d printed silliness. It turns out that the interaction of masses (head, body and feet) with springs (arms, legs and neck) makes for some interesting movement. I'll put the .stl files up shortly for you to try.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #3dprint #robot #spring #maker #makerEd #STEM #STEMEducation #STEAM #STEAMEducation
Print out the parts on your 3d printer and make your own super-springy robot toy!
Members can download the zip file containing all the .stl files for free, thanks for your support! Non-members can join in the fun for £2.50 or equivalent or better still, become a member here and download this and all the other projects on the site!
Print out the parts on your 3D Printer. There is only one file each for the arm, foot and the leg. Use your slicer software to make mirror images for the other side.
Once you have all the parts simply push them together! Sproiing!