Introduction: How to Make a Ball-Picking Car Based on MBot

Want to have more fun with mBot? Use the upgraded mBot to hold a ball-picking contest

Step 1: Install Two Brass Studs on MBot

Part List:

2 x Brass Stud

Step 2: Install the Plate L1 on the Brass Studs

Part List:

1 x Plate l1

2 x Screw

Step 3: Install RJ25 Adapter on Plate L1, Then Connect the Wire to Port 4

Part List:

1 x RJ25 Adapter

2 x Screw

2 x Nut

Step 4: Install the Servo on the Acrylic Bracket

Part List:

1 x 9g Micro Servo Pack

1 x Acrylic Bracket

2 x Screw

2 x Nut

Step 5: Install the Above Servo Model on the Bracket U1

Part List:

1 x Bracket U1

2 x Screw

2 x Nut

Step 6: Install the Parts Together

Part List:

1 x Acrylic Bracket

1 x Nut

1 x Flange Bearing

1 x Screw

Step 7: Install the 9g Servo Into the Above Acrylic Bracket (step 12)

Part List:

1 x 9g Servo

2 x Screw

2 x Nut

Step 8: Install the Above Models Together, As Follow:

Part List:

2 x Acrylic Bracket

2 x Screw

2 x Nut

Step 9: Install the Acrylic Bracket and the Beam0824 Together, As Follow:

Part List:

1 x Beam0824

1 x Acrylic Bracket

2 x Screw

Step 10: Install the Above Beam0824 Model on the Servo Arm

Part List:

1 x Acrylic Spacer

1 x Screw

Step 11: Install the Whole Servo Arm on MBot

Part List:

2 x Screw

Step 12: Install Ball-picking Device

Part List:

1 x MEDS15 Servo Motor Bracket

2 x Plate 45°

6 x Screw

6 x Nut

1 x Rubber Band

Step 13: Assembly Completed

Step 14: Video Show and Attachment(open With MBlock)

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