Let's Make Robots!
After the MkI chassis bellied out on the stairs I rebuilt the chassis to give an extra 55mm (about 2inches) clearance in the center. The new chassis is also 50mm … Read more
It seems to me that for a robot to be really useful in the home or workplace then it must be able to handle stairs. With this in mind I want to design a stair … Read more
Having one of those days where your too lazy to do anything? Have a robot doodle for you while you sit back in your favorite chair. This is a very simple drawing … Read more
Navigate by sudden deceleration (collision sensing)
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This is a prototype of a robot car I am designing for the classroom. The idea is to create a kit, cheap and simple enough for the classroom with enough … Read more
Originally Chopsticks was simply a variation of Frits's hot glue and paintstick philosophy intended on showing students that household objects such as chopstickss … Read more
This is my second puppy robot and the first to use a QuadBot kit. The robot is quite simple, just a pan / tilt kit mounted on a QuadBot chassis with DAGU's new … Read more
I have seen a number of fantastic Hexapod style robots, most using laser cut parts and very expensive servos. Chopsticks is a robot Spider made from cheap standard … Read more
Locates fires and puts them out.
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SplatBot MKIII is my first attempt at a fire fighting robot. The "Wild Thumper" 6WD chassis is the production version of my original 6WD chassis and the new flame … Read more
Used to demonstrate to students how easily a robot can be built.
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This is a very simple quad bot I built to demonstrate to students how easily you can built a walking robot. DAGU is planning to hold a class on robotics for young … Read more
This is an experiment to see what sort of robot can be made with a cheap picaxe08M. It is also the first time I've actually used my "reusable robot base" as a robot … Read more