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Made at the Tech Shop in Michigan May - June 2012 Amanda Ogryzek Corey Turcotte Mini Elevator for Robot Build yours at Tech Shop today: http://techshop.ws/
Metal Studs Wood Screws Foam PL Premium Wire Chain Gearing mechanism (bike) Drywall Paint & paint brush Screw driver Solder & soldering iron Three way switch Wire cutters ...
For my senior project in high school, I created an elevator for a robot in less than a week. The elevator was 60in. X 18in. X 18in. I ...
Measure out the metal studs: 4 pieces at 60in and 8 pieces at 18in. or the size of elevator frame you want. Next, cut them using the tin ...
In order to pull the car up and down, you will need a gearing mechanism. I found that a bike sprocket works well. After obtaining an old bike, ...
With such a small motor, your elevator car will have to be light weight. Making it out of styrofoam is a good route to go. To fit my ...
Connect the three way switch so the motor can move in both directions as shown below. Make a housing for your switch and mount it on your elevator.
At this point you should have a completed elevator! :D
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