Archive for the ‘recycling’ Category

Several of Warchocki’s Recycled Robotki Robots were on display at the Winter Garden Library branch located at 805 E. Plant Street, Winter Garden, FL during March 2011.

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This latest Robotki turned heads in Japan when genius engineer Bill Tobor revealed his new creation….

Tim Warchocki, creator of Robotki Robots, speaks to Mrs. Spelman’s enthusiastic sculpture class at Bishop Moore High School in Winter Park, Florida. Mr. Warchocki spoke about his robot creation process, and then unveiled a brand-new robot to the assembly.

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“Here Be Dragons Bookshoppe” located at 125 W Plant Street in downtown Winter Garden, Florida graciously feature several Robotki Robots in their store. They are open Mon 12pm-6:30pm; Tue-Thu 9:30am-6:30pm; Fri 9:30am-8pm; and Sat 10am-8pm. Come see their huge selection of used books and check out our robots!

Sadly, this poor young robot suffered a fatal accident only one month after her activation. She took a tumble off the shelf at Action Comics and broke her mainframe. Ironically, the robot was assembled from parts of a robot that suffered the same fate only a few months prior at the Oakland Heritage Festival. Parts of this robot were re–re-assembled into a brand new robot lamp. You can see it here.

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Please send us photos of your Robotki! We want to see where they live now. Feel free to be creative with it! We’ll feature them right here on our humble website like these!

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We here at Robotki’s Recycled Robots want to take a moment and let the stars of this blog wish Merry Christmas to everyone…

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(…for those who don’t speak robot, that was binary for Merry Christmas – thanks Penny for the correction!)