Chauncey is a Wrylon Robotical Flower Care Robot designed by Barry McWilliams and built by John Park. Due to certain regrettable events, full-scale production of the FLORABOT 3L-1G model, a.k.a. Chauncey, ceased in 1913. However, do not despair -- you can build your own fully functional, 3D-printed Chauncey.

Mk. I plans for building Chauncey were published in the excellent 3D Printing Projects book from Maker Media.

Now, this updated Mk. II Chauncey can be created using a CLUE microcontroller board running CircuitPython and the Bonsai Buckaroo add-on board to sense soil moisture levels and water your flower or plant using a small, submersible pump.

Parts

Materials & Tools

In addition to the parts above, you'll also need:

  • A 3D printer or have it printed by a 3D printing service
  • 2 ea. galvanized nails
  • A small glass jar
  • CA glue (a.k.a. "super glue")
  • A handheld rotary tool

Optional:

  • Acrylic craft paint & brushes
  • Acrylic paint spray sealer

This guide was first published on Mar 25, 2020. It was last updated on 2023-12-05 11:34:47 -0500.

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