So this is it, I'm back again with another project well done. What can be more entertaining than building something together with your son? Who cares he's just 3 years old, but I'm an engineer right? ROBOTICS engineer! So there you go, the moment he hit me with "Daddy, I want you to build me a robot" - I was more than ready. Yeah, let's make some paper-bot, man!
Cardboard is the perfect material for 3D - it's strong, fast to prepare and really flexible. And that's right - it's biodegradable.
Building joints is essential when it comes to robots - they need a lot of moving parts and that's how you join them. And guess what, axis is also made of paper!
And that's how you turn a bone...
... into a segment with joints.
I love the looks of those screw-heads - it makes this leg seem robust.
And here it is - in a robot garage, waiting for the operator to step in.
And here hot it looks in action: