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This is a very simple robot that uses a simple switch as a sensor and stands on only two wheels with inverted pendulum mechanism. When the robot is g...
To make this robot you need following parts and tools: small electric motor some gears (or a motor with gearbox) a shaft two wheels some sheets of pla...
In this step you must make a system to moves the robot you can make it easily by adding some gears to a simple small motor, then connect it to a shaft...
Use glue to attach a sheet of plastic to the motor. Then put some glue on one side of battery holders and attach them to the top of the plastic sheet....
Solder a button cell to the SPDT switch lever. Make the nail head hot on a flame and put it on the plastic sheet on the motor in a position that when ...
Solder a wire form positive pole of one of battery holders to the negative pole of the other battery holder and attach the toggle switch to it. Then a...
Now it is time to solder the robot wires. Note that you must solder the wires in a way that robot moves to the direction that is going to fall.
The robot is now completed and it is time to test it.Put 4 batteries into the battery holders and turn on the switch.Try to change the position of the...
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