Junkbot flying saucer


11 Responses to “Junkbot flying saucer”

  1. captaintrips says:

    I wonder if I can attach a gas feed at the top, and have it come out of the little exhaust nozzles…

  2. BarBarSeven says:

    One puny human’s junk is another superior lifeform’s treasure.

  3. CyberCraftRobots says:

    Thanks for the post!  Stop by the Orbiting Laboratory and meet all the CyberCraft Robots!  http://CyberCraftRobots.com

  4. http://gadgets.boingboing.net/2008/12/04/ufo-sculpture-by-nem.html
    I was about to make the same comment about the Central Scrutinizer…

  5. herartsheloves says:

    Story on robots? Of course, I’ll comment! Always in awe of junk art, but turning them into awesome robots. Uber Awesome.

  6. Hmmm. A Billy Meier #6, with legs. Well done, Pleiadian puppet. Well done.

  7. ethancoop says:

    this has been up all day and not a single “Batteries Not Included” reference?

  8. daev says:

    Looks a bit like what happened to Bender in Roswell That Ends Well.
    (and very cool, BTW…)

  9. LydiRae says:

    http://www.Landfillart.org is still looking for more art submissions created on or from hubcaps. I did mine a year or so ago, and they sent me a very fine piece of chromed steel to paint on. It’s an awesomely large art project and I think their goal is a thousand or more art pieces.

  10. Congratulations to Sarah and Cyber Craft Robots! I’ve known Sarah and her work for some time, and reviewed it. Glad to see it here.

    Back in the day, decades ago, my friends and I used to throw hubcaps like frisbees, though none of us dared try catching one!


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