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Anyone Here Ever Build The Unicorn 1 Robot From Radio Electonics Magazine 1980'S

I am only missing article #8. I thought this may be a neat robot to build and incorporate an EZ Board into it.
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#1  
That looks a great robot to mount ez-b, looks like a cross between r2 and my robot building. Plenty of room inside and many details in its shell.
Whoever gets the robot, and has my most sincere congratulations in advance.

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#2  
in 1980 I built the arm for the robot. Then I purchased the RB5X and the Hero1. I never finished it. I threw the magazines away about 10-12 years ago. Sorry. 1-7 is readily available. But 8 is harder to find.
#3  
@rgordon - Thanks for sharing the link to that robot. It does remind one of R2-D2 a bit. I think I'd be interested in the arm-design it uses. So I'll be looking into that some more for use with my robot. Thanks again for sharing this interesting older robot. Inspiration from the past! I could see an EZ-B powering a modern version of this robot.
#4  
I did build the arm and I did not like it. Because the bolt that connected the lower arm to the bottom arm took up a lot of room. I guess a redesign would be good.
#5  
I found.a.similar but more.professional design... At least I think...

His name is Toby , still based on a trash can style body but arms much.stronger and centered on the frame. Body cut in half and screwed to a frame. I could show Some one how to make a fiberglass.frame so easily I could.walk a.first time builder.through it..
http://theoldrobots.com/toby55.html


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