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The inventor built a walking chariot with a drive from a screwdriver

Walking chariot

Whenever you need to gain inspiration, it is enough to look at the creations of inventors, self-made ones. These people build amazing things in their garages. For example, the carpenter Izzy Swen recently showed a walking machine – a kind of wooden chariot driven by mechanical feet driven by a conventional screwdriver.

In order for the electric drill to become a drive mechanism, Izzy used a worm gear. After a few gears, the moment is passed on to the bizarre walking feet that push the entire cart.

Despite the “metallic” appearance of the entire structure, it is made of wood and is painted with silver paint.

Like many other creators of pedestrian machines, Izzy Swen was inspired by the works of the Dutch artist Theo Jansen, who makes giant movable sculptures, stepping on the strength of the wind: