Jiggle Bot Science Project

by Micah
(Sydney )

My Jigglebot

My Jigglebot

This is a jiggle bot which wobbles around from side to side because the peg attached to the motor creates an uneven balance and that is how it moves.

The jiggle bot is made of some foam, a motor, some wires, battery pack, two 1.5 volt batteries, a peg and skewers and hot glue. The jiggle bot is really simple to build and it is also a load of fun.

I used split pins to join my wires together because I did not have alligator clips. This worked fine.

We got this Jigglebot and all the materials from Supercharged Science out of the Electricity Bag.

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