About CyberCraft Robots
Here at CyberCraft Robots, our Orbiting Laboratory allows us to search local star systems for Artifacts from the Future.
All around you are objects that appear to be the ordinary detritus of daily life. Yet a small percentage of these objects are actually fragments of disassembled Robots, Rayguns, and Spaceships! Our mission at CyberCraft Robots is to covertly collect these seemingly mundane items, and reassemble them into the marvelous Artifacts they were intended to be.
Our sculptures are constructed with fasteners – no adhesives, no welding. This means the components are bolted and riveted together in order to provide a strong and stable art object. There are often multiple levels of structure inside the sculpture that one cannot see, but which are necessary to create the effortless “these parts belong together” feel which is a hallmark of CyberCraft Robots.
Should you choose to provide a home for a CyberCraft Robots Artifact, you must understand that it is not a toy or an action figure, and there are no movable parts. It is a one of a kind piece of fine art and must be treated as such.
There are two ways to recognize a genuine CyberCraft Robots Artifact. First, each is identified with a metal nameplate. Second, and most importantly, each one bears a Mysterious Symbol, passed down by RobotKind for millennia. In some cases the Symbol is prominently displayed. Others will require a bit of searching, but the Symbol is always there.
If you wish to share the extraordinary distinction of providing a home for a CyberCraft Robots Artifact, please contact the Orbiting Laboratory (above).
The Orbiting Laboratory cannot comment on recent rumors that our Primary Robot Creator is named Sarah Thee Campagna.
CyberCraft Robots are heavy. The shipping charge covers special shipping materials, insurance, and parcel post delivery. If you have questions about this, please feel free to contact us (above).