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Assembly of E-NABLE's Raptor Reloaded Hand
Telepresence Robot: Basic Platform (Part 2)
Uploading this while game 7 of the world series is going on. Both this and the game are pretty fun. As usually happens for me, I'm more patient with the mechanicals than the trouble shooting the code. I seem to get the servos to run separately but not simultaneously. Maybe the power.I had some aluminum rod laying around so I cut it to length flattened the ends and drilled those to make links between the phone holder the phone servo. I was able to cobble together a 3D print pattern for a servo mount on TinkerCAD and printed it at school. Seems pretty solid.The base is pretty wobbly, so will have to beef that up. Overall, going OK.
Randy-- here's your first piece of homework from a new student. Sorry I skipped the first set of lessons but may go back to those to build with my grandson later. Stage 1-- so far so good. I made a few modifications including wood mounts screwed to the top in place of zip ties and a raised platform using long screws, 1/4 in ply and brass tubing. I found a CAD file online for a pattern to 3D print adaptors that mount to the servo horns, super glued those to the wheels and screwed the horns to the adaptor. The sketch uploaded to a Sparkfun Redboard easily and ran the servo 1 & 2 in very short bursts.I'm liking your lesson and teaching style and hope to update my status every couple of weeks. Keep on 'bot-ing'-Steve
Telepresence Robot: Basic Platform (Part 1)
Voice Controlled Arduino Drone
Lobsterbot - a simple LM386 based robot