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Hobby and model stores are the ideal sources for small parts, including lightweight plastic, brass rod, servo motors for radio control (R/C) cars and airplanes, gears, and construction hardware. Most of the products available at hobby stores are designed for building specific kinds of models and toys. But that shouldn t stop you from raiding the place with an eye to converting the parts for robot use. In my experience many hobby store owners and sales people have little knowledge about how to use their line of products for anything but their intended purpose. So you ll
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likely receive little substantive help in solving your robot construction problem. Your best bet is to browse the store and look for parts that you can put together to build a robot. Some of the parts, particularly those for R/C models, will be behind a counter, but they should still be visible enough for you to conceptualize how you might use them. If you don t have a well-stocked hobby and model store in your area, there s always mail order and the Internet.
Craft Stores
Craft stores sell supplies for home crafts and arts. As a robot builder, you ll be interested in just a few of the aisles at most craft stores, but what s in those aisles will be a veritable gold mine! Look for these useful items:
I Foam rubber sheets. These come in various colors and thicknesses and can be used for
pads, bumpers, nonslip surfaces, tank treads, and lots more. The foam is very dense; use a sharp scissors or knife to cut it (I like to use a rotary paper cutter to get a nice, straight cut). Foamboard. Constructed of foam sandwiched between two heavy sheets of paper, foamboard can be used for small, lightweight robots. Foamboard can be cut with a hobby knife and glued with paper glue or hot-melt glue. Look for it in different colors and thicknesses. Parts from dolls and teddy bears. These can often be used in robots. Fancier dolls use articulations movable and adjustable joints that can be used in your robot creations. Look also for linkages, bendable posing wire, and eyes (great for building robots with personality!). Electronic light and sound buttons. These are designed to make Christmas ornaments and custom greeting cards, but they work just as well in robots. The electric light kits come with low-voltage LEDs or incandescent lights, often in several bright colors. Some flash at random, some sequentially. Sound buttons have a built-in song that plays when you depress a switch. Don t expect high sound quality with these devices. You could use these buttons as touch sensors, for example, or as a tummy switch in an animal-like robot. Plastic crafts construction material. This can be used in lieu of more expensive building kits, such as LEGO or Erector Set. For example, many stores carry the plastic equivalent of that old favorite, the wooden Popsicle sticks (the wooden variety is also available, but these aren t as strong). The plastic sticks have notches in them so they can be assembled to create frames and structures. Model building supplies. Many craft stores have these, sometimes at lower prices than the average hobby-model store. Look for assortments of wood and metal pieces, adhesives, and construction tools.
There are, of course, many other interesting products of interest at craft stores. Visit one and take a stroll down its aisles.
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