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invention

Doodle Wizard

by elaine_littleBits

Published on March 8, 2016

Make a bot that dances, wiggles, and draws up a storm. Add your own artistic flair by changing up some of the Bits and materials to create unique masterpieces.

Duration: 30-minutes

How To Make It

STEP 1 : BUILD YOUR CIRCUIT.

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Step 1

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STEP 2 : ATTACH THE WHEELS TO DC THE MOTORS.

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Step 2

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STEP 3 : PRESS YOUR CIRCUIT ONTO THE MOUNTING BOARD.

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Step 3

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STEP 4 : ATTACH BATTERY TO THE MOUNTING BOARD.

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Step 4

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STEP 5 : ATTACH MOTORS TO THE MOUNTING BOARD.

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STEP 6 : ADJUST MOTOR MODES.

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STEP 7 : SET THE PULSE SPEED TO THE SLOWEST SETTING.

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STEP 8 : ATTACH THE MARKER.

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STEP 9 : TEST YOUR CIRCUIT.

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Step 9

When you turn the power on, one wheel should spin all the time while the other one alternates between spinning and stopping.

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