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Scheda's picture

Very cool...

What'd you use on the motors for the grips? 

Geir Andersen's picture
I just used heat-shrink tubing directly on the motor shaft. Several layers to get the size I wanted.
rik's picture
Hey Oddbot, I feel Dagu has found a new designer! And he knows a thing or two about product photography too!
nmcclana's picture
Very simple and fun - I like the interface and how easy it is for anyone just to 'program' it.  Light bill of materials, too.
SamuelAaronWard's picture
Brilliant!!! :)
fritsl's picture
Smart!
Ian_K's picture
This is really cool! I nice different project. Did you have hard time with the project or did all go accordingly?
Geir Andersen's picture
I had no problems with the build, but I lost the basic code in a computer crash L

I love these wireless protoboards

 

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ignoblegnome's picture

Wow, those boards look really handy! I may order a few.

Cool robot. I have a 5 year old and a 3 year old, and they love playing with the bots I build.