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Dizzy Robot

By Steve Hoefer

You will need

Mini-motor, vibrator: allelectronics.com, #DCM-372*

AG13 button cell battery

Needlenose pliers

0.008" sheet tin from a hobby, art, craft, or hardware store

Tinsnips or heavy-duty craft scissors

*If an alternative motor is needed, the requirements are:

• 1.5-to-3.5V DC

• Short (5mm, 0.2") metal tabs for power, not wire leads

• 13mm length (including shaft) x 4mm diameter (or 0.5" x 0.16") excluding the rubber casing

All dimensions are approximate

Dizzy Robots are cute pocket-sized pals that dance around until they fall over. Just about anyone can build one—it only has 3 parts and requires no special ...

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