People often write to me to ask if there are plans available for making your own automata. Indeed, there are some, but they are scattered around the internet, in magazines, and in books. To address this challenge, I've started a page that lists some resources for automata and mechanical toy plans for those interested in making their own. The page is divided into three categories:
- Free automata and mechanical toy plans
- Automata and mechanical toy plans available for purchase online
- Books that contain automata and mechanical toy plans
I hope you'll send any additional plans that you know of to me using the contact form
on DugNorth.com. Together we can make this page a great resource for everyone.
Here's a link to the Automata and Mechancial Toy Plans page
Labels: automata, books, DIY, Paper, plans, wood