Line following robot designed with Solidworks and implemented with arduino, ardumoto for control of the wheels, and a sensor bar with 8 infrared sensors. For any questions regarding this line following please leave a comment or message me.
<p>it looks great,</p><p>can i have the code and library files of this project. Also the schematic design of your work. As I'am a beginner i need all the resource to make this robot work.</p><p>Thank you</p><p>E-mail : ano.tech2@gmail.com </p>
<p>Where is the robot video ?</p>
<p>can you sand me </p><p>your project file(solid works) and other cad/cam file,</p><p>because i want extend this project </p><p>my email is&quot; kakadia.pritesh123@yahoo.com &quot;</p><p>help me and waiting for your email</p><p>thanks</p>
<p>hi</p><p>Your code did not work right.</p><p>reactions were slow...</p>
<p>salut, imi poti spune de unde ti-ai luat piesele pentru proiectul asta</p><p>daca poti lasa link-uri aici ar fi perfect sau pe o adresa de mail</p><p>sunt.dogaru@gmail.com</p>
<p>dar eu am dat multi bani pe electronice, abia apoi mi-a zis cineva de siteul asta : http://www.tme.eu/ro/ ,unde sunt mai ieftine, sper sa te ajute, daca mai ai si alte intrebari sa nu eziti sa imi lasi alt comment</p>
<p>salut, piesele le am de pe robofun.ro si cadrul l-am proiectat eu in solidworks si apoi l-am taiat cu laser la o firma specializata</p>
What are the dimensions for the frame and the rpm for the motors? <br>can you use the L293D instead of a L298 based ardumoto?
<p><a href="http://www.robofun.ro/mecanice/motoare/micro_metal/motor_electric_micro_metal_250:1_HP" rel="nofollow">http://www.robofun.ro/mecanice/motoare/micro_metal/motor_electric_micro_metal_250:1_HP</a> the motors<br><a href="http://www.robofun.ro/suport_motor_micro_extins" rel="nofollow">http://www.robofun.ro/suport_motor_micro_extins</a> the frame<br>and yes, i think you can use the L293D</p>
<p>what about the dimensions of the frame of the line follower?</p>
<p>the dimensions are in mm</p>
couldn't you use a raspberry pi with some sort of gpio to arduino shield adapter?
yes, i think you can but instead of the shield adapter you can use an much cheaper and easier method: drive your motors with a DIY H-bridge with transistors or use a already integrated chip that contains a H-bridge. (the ardumoto shield i have is based on a H-bridge).

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