nope, I'll have it done in a year+ at this rate...
I understand. I'm only 14 myself, and can't do much on my own until I get a job. I have school and boy scouts, which is (besides pure laziness) is the main reason no progress has been made.
I think I might have fixed some things, but I'll review it and run it back to you when I'm done
alright, I did some research, and I found out that they are one of the hardest batteries to charge, is there another alternative or should I just do it anyway?
Also, I'm only 14, so can you please dumb it down to my level? Sorry, and thanks for the tips.
Here's the blueprints
I was hoping me, you and a third robot creator could work together on something that could (potentially) be basically a little robot buddy, with an amazon echo for a brain.
Thank you so much, I was planning on using a lithium ion, but now I'll make sure to steer clear of that! And thanks for the very helpful links as well! I hope I can talk to you more in the future!
I might have this done in a few months, since im adding a echo for its voice and other functions.
it might take a year, but i'll get there
what is the voltage needed? BTW here is the blueprints for my robot. Make revisions where needed
How much voltage is required?
ummmm, It's already been done tho
same, can I work with you?
I have a problem: I'm like 14, and want to use a Bluetooth usb on a arduino uno to control it from my phone (I'm gonna make 2 and use the board as a brain) and really wanted to know how and if i could do it without wasting 50+ dollars. Please help. I only want a way to wire the two arms together while using the same board and power source. Is this possible or completely insane?
please help me
I'm beginning to make one of these, but with a custom AI brain, and servos running CARDBIRD cardboard robot arms, attached to a battery heart. It may be more complex, but it was inspired by you!