Tom from Sugru sent me some of their family safe formula Sugru. So I decided to use the new colours to make an Automata.
Sugru is an air curing rubber that bonds to metals, plastics and wood. I’m a big fan as it’s good for making and repairing.It does bond to a wide range of materials and it has some flexibility once cured but
I’ve known about Sugru for some time now but not really had a project that warented it’s use. However, they recently had a sale so I got an 8 pack for half price and co-incidentally had a couple of projects
Due to the weather, a couple of faults developed with the car, a Vauxhall Mokka. The first was a re-occurrence from the other year. When the temperature dropped to -7°C the handbrake locked on when starting off in the morning
A surprisingly packed year, with several magazine articles and completed projects along with 2 talks.
Since leaving the comfort of his shelf in B&M Thumper has had an enjoyable life with his adopted family amongst the Hydrangeas. Things changed a bit when they ventured into the less sheltered part of the garden. He got a
The bird anatomy pictures were really helpful in creating the new version. I created a box in Fusion360 and added the picture as a decal. I then used that to trace out the two parts of the leg. Previously I’d
Over the weekend I finished off the Stainless Steel Unicorn. My first test was not very successful as the wheels just span rather than moving the robot. So I used some Sugru to form tyres for the wheels and that