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This is my second Line Follower Robot and as its name suggest, it is a robot whose purpose is following a line. This robot can be used in contest...
The MOTORS: The motors I used for this robot are 2 servomotors modified for speed. You can also use other motor if it' s good enough... I didn't...
The SENSORS: I made my sensors using 5 SMD IR emiting diodes, 5 SMD phototransistors and 5 1k SMD resistors. Between the phototransistor and the IR I...
After everything is done... all you need to do is assembling the robot. You can watch a video of me assembling it. Enjoy.
If you followed this tutorial and you got something like in the video below, then, CONGRATULATIONS you have succeeded in making your first LINE F...
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I've built this, but without sucess. Did someone managed to get it working?
If i stick my finger in one of the sensors it does power both motors, but the steering does not react to anything else. Once that sensor goes of motors stop.
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