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I made this robot but it does not do that most important thing. It doesnt even move. I have posted so many times under this project and received no help. I made sure i followed the steps identically.
Any luck i built this thing exactly like he did and it cuts on but doesnt even move
The Nano houses the AT3MEGA on the board it can be detached.
Do not bother trying to use DorkBot beause i have tried 25 times creating an account and getting approved so that they can print me a circuit board using the files patrickmccb provided. Oh and his files are Eagle files in which most manufactors wont except as he failed to mention. You will have to manually convert these files into Gerber files in order for manufactors to service you. Just download Eagle Cam Software and look at this Yourube Video "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXWwHbusicM"
Answering my own questions smh:Yes, it needs to be clear acrylic. Also the machine that is used does not support the file format patrikmccb has provided. You would have to convert it to a different file depending on the machine.
Does the chassis material have to be clear. Our 3d Printer does not print acrylic. Only colored material, atleast that is what my instructor tells me
Can the arduino Nano be used in place of the ATMEGA328???
Where do we get those clear square plastic platforms you have in the image. I do not see this on the things to get list.
Hey bro what do u consider switching to off mode and on mode is that removing wire from some specific part of pin socket?
When you say on or off position can you be more specific??
My servos are already continuous. So i skip this step right?
Gater clips??Shouldnt this have been at the front of the project for tools and parts needed.
servoA.attach(9); needs to be changed to servoA.attach(5); if you are setting the servo on pin 5.
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