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so this is the first of a series of videos in which we show you how to build a beetle bot without using any solder this is our Khan Academy's spout beetle bot so it's got LED eyes and a bunch of different ways you can make it so the first thing we're going to do is organize all of our parts and it's we're going to go through each each of the different components in this kit we've got two bottle caps two sliding switches two single-pole double-throw lever switches we also have two 1.5 volt motors for large paper clips and two double A batteries you'll need a double-a battery holder as well and some hot glue two LEDs and two resistors you want to make sure you pick the resistors that fit with those LEDs I believe those are under under 60 om and then we have five multicolored wires okay so now we're to talk about the tools that you need to make this project work you're going to need a hot glue gun and any standard one will do and a needle nose pliers to crimp the wires together and you will need something to strip the wires with you can either use a wire stripper or a scissors if if you like alright so let's get building