Step 9: Assembly 8

How 'bout that! You did it! Good Job.

It is time now to go ahead and start programming this guy. We will focus on the MicroM board first. You will need to download and install the driver for the USB cable and it probably would not hurt to do a quick read-through of the manual. You can find all that information here:

MicroM Info, Instructions and Downloads

 Next, we should move on to a little test code, and maybe a tutorial video or two. All this and more can be found here:

Little Line and Ledge at Rocket Brand Studios

Have fun, and remember --it is always a good idea to remove your batteries when not playing with your bot.

Happy coding!
Nice job Chris, good detailed instructions. I am very happy to see a Micro Magician robot on Instructables.
Finally. And yes, I agree. I really like the micro magician board, mostly because it has the IR controller built in!
There is now an Instructable for the Micro Magician here: <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Step-by-Step-guide-to-Micro-Magician-robot-control/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/Step-by-Step-guide-to-Micro-Magician-robot-control/</a>
oh, come on! PUT A COMMENT ON!!! THIS IS EPIC!!!
epic. i absolutely love your robots. but i think the tiny tanks chassis is a bit too low slung...

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