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Bristlebots are some of the first robot people build. They are just SO EASY! Sitting around the instructables lab i got the idea, for the Giant BristleBot. Warning, ...
You will need the following to complete this project: 1 push broom brush 1 6v lantern battery 1 large 12v motor (a machined shaft helps) 2 pipe clamps ...
First you want to attach the acrylic piece to the motor. Drill the acrylic near one side to unbalance the motor when it spins, making it vibrate. I ...
Once the acrylic is secure, attach the motor to the broomhead with a pipe clamp. Make sure the pipe clamp is nice and tight.
Next on the other end of the broom attach the battery, again with a pipe clamp. Then wire up the switch so you can access it easily, you ...
As a last minute safety precaution, i decided to tape up the fragile counterweight so if it does run into something and break, i won't have shards of ...
Once it's built and running its time to take it outside. I let it run around the sidewalk, people gave me weird looks of course. it had a ...
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