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DIY – How to Make your own Pixar Wall-E Robot!

Yey, here’s how to make your Pixar’s Wall-E Robot!

This is my Wall-E project that I am currently working on it is 150mm x 150mm x 160 high, it uses a pair of Mattracks for motive power and two robosapienV2 hip motors. It will be controlled by a BS2P40 stamp cpu and will have the following functions described below. I build robots quite prolific but my let down is programing but learning I have a friend at Robocommunity GWjax who is programing it for me, From this I hope to learn how this program is put together and eventually pr

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Floating Restaurant Table!

Floating restaurant table isn’t something new but the design looks awesome!

The bbq-donutĀ® is the brainchild of German inventor and entrepreneur Sebastian Schmitt, and we think it has applications globally for everything from singles get-togethers, company getting-to-know-you events, a customer magnet at carnivals and festivals, waterside and beachside promotions and as a floating catering service.

Motive power to the bbq-donutĀ® is supplied via a Torqeedo Travel 400 Electro-outboard

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