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Tutorial to assemble the passing butter robot from Rick and Morty

I hope this tutorial helps everyone assemble their passing butter robot, it would be constantly updated base on your feedback is a work in progress .
so lets get started.

Shopping list:

1.  RC Tank ISPY Wifi Controlled Spy With Wi-Fi
2. Towerpro SG90S Micro
3. Rubber band(is for counter weight)
4. M3 flat head screw
5. 3D printed parts
6. (2) 30mm wires 1 red and 1 yellow

1. soldring iron
2 glue gun
3 screw driver

Taking  things apart, after removing the cover unsolder those 2 wires, we are going to connect those 2 wires to the micro servo later on.

We need to remove the camera is a a bit tricky if you don't want to break anything after removing the gear box, remove this pin first.

Now we need to take apart the servo motor, we would cut all the wires from the servo motor and solder the 2 wires remove from the other motor before.

 after that, assemble back the servo motor and it should look something like this.

 Using the app
test to make sure the motor moves in both directions.

where the rubber band would be for counter weight,
attach the body to the base, the higher part should be toward the 3 dots.
secure the 2 parts together using the screws from the top base we removed

from the tank.

hotglue the servo motor to the body, then attach the neck to the body,the T would go towards the higher part of the body pass the wires for the camera

then using a piece of string pass the rubber band through the body, and attached to the base that would work as a counter weight for the head using some hot glue we would attach the rest of the parts if after putting everything together it falls and does not move back up you need to adjust the rubber band tension or the servo arm needs to be

adjusted in a different angle.

A little extra:
using your computer connect to your passing butter robot via wifi , on your broeser type ip address hit enter and type for user name and password type HAPPYCOW all together no spaces.


  1. Hi Andre. I was wondering, how did you get the robot to make sound and respond to you?

  2. Andre, I am remaking this project for science fair, how on earth did you remove the antenna and then put it back, your instructions don't cover this important info properly

    1. sorry I just saw the comment, the antenna was no problem to remove it just snaps off.

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    1. is the CTC 3D printer, but if you are looking to buy one get the wanhao i3 plus, is more updated with larger print bed.

  7. I really like your new decorative designs! it's so beautiful so much and good idea on site.



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