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Wanted to make your own robot but couldn't afford the fancy H-Bridge IC's or etch your own PCB? Want a quick and dirty method of making your own wheel...
Switch the RC Car off and remove the battery by flipping it over (Switch facing down) and rotating the latches, and flipping the cover down. (If the c...
Grip one of the two drive wheels with one hand (To keep them from moving) and with your free hand use a Philips head screwdriver to remove the wheel (...
Grab the smaller of the two sides (if you have the battery compartment facing up and towards you, it’ll be on the left) Start unscrewing the front whe...
If you wish to keep the receiver module in tact please be extremely careful on this step. Look at the inside of the remaining bar and you should not...
Now you have the main body remaining. There are six screws holding both halves of the body together. Four of the screws are the size we’ve been unsc...
You’d of noticed there is two PCB’s, one is a Dual H-Bridge configuration (Controls two motors going backwards and forwards) the other one is the rece...
Take your soldering iron and de-solder the ribbon cable applying slight tension until it the cable comes off make sure you save the receiver PCB for a...
Now that you've de-soldered the receiver board you'll want to solder in five wires into the PCB, you'll want the four that control the motors (two per...
Now once you've done your hot gluing and soldering you need to go ahead and reattach the drive wheels. (I forgot to take a picture of this step.) and ...
I've stuck both my arduino and my v9 battery to the basic chassis of the robot platform until I've finished making a frame for the chassis component...
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Posted:Sep 7, 2011
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