RoboKoding SumoRobot

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Introduction: RoboKoding SumoRobot

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This is a tutorial to build your own Sumorobot based on the ESP32 microcontroller. It can be either programmed over USB or Wi-Fi. All the source code, schematics files and documentation are publicly available on RoboKoding GitHub and on the RoboKoding Website.

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Step 1: Things to Buy (BOM)

  1. 1 x Printed circuit board for the chassis here
  2. 1 x WEMOS D32 here
  3. 2 x MG995 servo motors here
  4. 1 x 3.3V distance sensor here
  5. 2 x line sensor ST188 here
  6. 1 x PCB slide switch here
  7. 0.1ohm 1W, 100ohm and 10k resistors
  8. 3 x 5mm LED (blue and yellow)
  9. 470uF electrolytic capacitors

Or you can order everything from the RoboKoding Website directly.

Step 2: Assembly

Follow the assembly instruction here.

Step 3: Programming

Follow the instructions here to program your SumoRobot.

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    7 Discussions

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    MechEngineerMike
    MechEngineerMike

    2 years ago

    Great work thanks for sharing!

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    silbo
    silbo

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks, your welcome. I have added an update project on hackaday.io https://hackaday.io/project/25573-robokoding-sumorobot

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    ken.barisoff
    ken.barisoff

    2 years ago

    The links don't seem to work.

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    silbo
    silbo

    Reply 2 years ago

    I fixed the links, sorry haven't updated this project for long time. I will try to find time to update it. I made an updated version of the project on hackaday.io www.hackaday.io/project/25573-robokoding

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    silbo
    silbo

    Reply 2 years ago

    thx for the tip, I updated the links

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    osGFXman
    osGFXman

    4 years ago

    this is A W E S O M E! :D .. thanks for sharing !

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    silbo
    silbo

    Reply 4 years ago

    thx, I am still working on the project ^_^