Diy Robot Chassis

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Introduction: Diy Robot Chassis

About: Hi, I am bharat .

this is the easiest robot chassis you can make it at home.you can watch making video on my CHANNEL.you can directly SUBSCRIBE MY CHANNEL CLICK HERE

Step 1: Parts You Need

  1. dvd/cd case
  2. four bo motors
  3. four wheels
  4. wires
  5. glue

Step 2:

Take a dvd/cd case and detach it.

Step 3:

we need transparent part as our base.

Step 4:

fix all four motors using super glue or hot glue

Step 5:

add all four wheels

Step 6:

make each side motor as one channel

Step 7:

add dvd/cd's black side as top.

Step 8:

this is the final look of robot chassis.you can use any micro controller or small computer based robot.

thanks

my blog:- bharatmohanty.blogspot.com

youtube channel:- bharat mohanty

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    14 Discussions

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    David Adeboye
    David Adeboye

    7 weeks ago

    Please can I join your team / group

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    BHARATMOHANTY
    BHARATMOHANTY

    Reply 7 weeks ago

    Hi David as i said "if you like my channel then do subscribe".i subscribed very few channels which i have interest like explaining computers great Scott and electroboom etc.also i am not into sub4sub.(btw is that your instructables is from "diy builder" ??? )

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    IgorF2
    IgorF2

    2 years ago

    I loved the CD case idea! :D

    I've also design a robot chassis recently, but I used a piece or acrylic and some ordinary tools:

    https://www.instructables.com/id/WiDC-Wi-Fi-Controlled-FPV-Robot-with-Arduino-ESP82/

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    BHARATMOHANTY
    BHARATMOHANTY

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks for your words.if you have robot project with only nodemcu esp8266 (i mean without any mc)do share with us and again thanks.

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    IgorF2
    IgorF2

    Reply 2 years ago

    I'm working on it. I'll post it soon... :D

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    Swansong
    Swansong

    2 years ago

    That looks neat and simple :)

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    BHARATMOHANTY
    BHARATMOHANTY

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks.Yes it is

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    JunezRiyaz
    JunezRiyaz

    2 years ago

    Nice idea.

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    BHARATMOHANTY
    BHARATMOHANTY

    Reply 2 years ago

    Upcoming instructables is about simple use of it.

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    kksjunior
    kksjunior

    2 years ago

    Good thought...!