Tri-Track dual servo robot tank chassis
by Ktronics, published
Tri-Track robot chassis is based on Sublime 100mm wheel base track system. This design incorporates dual servo motors that are mounted above the chassis. This design allows for mounting a robot body or arm between the tracks. The battery pack and electronics will be moved as the design progresses.
Frame has been significantly strengthened to accommodate for the added stresses and to increase weight capacity.
Added platform base for mounting robot body or arm.
12/21-11 Added additional files
Rendered BaseLeft and BaseRight in two pieces, this enables them to be printed on a MakerBot. The two piece files are: BaseleftP1, BaseleftP2, BaserightP1, BaserightP2
There are errors in the Tri-Track Frame file. This fils is still printable. We are working on correcting errors.
Redesigned and added New Tri-Track Frame for Solid Axle construction. File Name: Tri-Track Frame For Solid Axle v1
Short video of Tri-Track in motion:
My plan is to build a two armed robot around this motorized platform.
Original Track design by Olalla
Servo Mount is by Hoeken. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5165 This is printed horizontally for strength.
Instructions and files will be added as the build progresses.
1 - Tri-Track Frame for Solid Axle
44 - Track Sections
2 - sprockets
4 - 608 sprockets
4 - 608 Bearings
2 - Servo Mounts
1 - Base Left
1 - Base Right
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