Eli Dicken with his Randolph the Robot Reindeer
Eli created a reindeer out of 800+ components including surplus industrial finds, up-cycled parts, and many bolts, nuts, and washers of all kinds. Randolph weighs about 3 1/2 lbs, about 10 inches tall, and about 16 or so inches long.
All of Randolph’s joints are pose-able and tension is adjustable to achieve desired results. The sculpture has 29 different points of articulation, 8 of which are custom made ball joints. All construction is mechanical – no glues, welds, solders, or the like were used. All pieces are screwed, tapped, pressed, pinned, etc.
Thank you again for submitting your projects and continue to share your maker stories with us! Although only the grand prize winner is receiving a 3D printer, our new 3D printer supplies are available to everyone under our “Tools and Supplies” section. Happy Holidays!!!
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