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First project printed out. Rosbot Chassis

Discussion in 'Show and Tell' started by Jerry Normandin, Jan 20, 2018.

  1. Jerry Normandin

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  2. Jerry Normandin

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    The ROSbot is coming together. Motors and encoders are installed. IMG_20180127_204631876_HDR.jpg

    I have the bot held together with elastics under a heat lamp to help the panels meld perfectly together.
    Eventually the 3d printed angle brackets will installed (see center side panel slots).. Two screws will
    hold the top panel in place held tightly in place.
    IMG_20180123_190909775_HDR.jpg


    Once the code is working then I will be ready to design Rosbot Chassis V2. It's going to be 25% longer, wider, and taller. This way I will have enough room for a 6000maH battery. Right now I have room for my 2700maH
    battery.

    The larger bot chassis will use larger r/c off road r/c style tires. For now I am using left over skateboard wheels.
    I'm using the Pololu skate wheel adapters.


    I am using a Rasberry Pi connected to a Core2-ROS to control the bot.
     
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  3. Geof

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    very cool project. Good work.
     

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