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Wheely is a domesticated subspecies of the common Flightless Aircraft.
Found in the disused aerodromes of the southwestern deserts, Wheelies descend from earlier generations of autonomous UAV's. They live in rigorously organized communities called squadrons and spend most of their lives socializing.
Largely ambivalent to other mechanical organisms, Wheely retains his ancestors ability to detect electric fields.
Created By Michael Curry (Skimbal)
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What I am doing is that I connected an xbee to the pololu motor controller. So I can send wireless the serial commands from an other arduino. When I am finished I will share the code here.
I am using an ultimaker and slicing with Cura. I had the same problem with the rockets being not completely flat. I easily fixed this by using the "Cut off object bottom" feature with 0.5mm setting.
Beyond just printing the parts; which I have had a chance to do. Has anyone successfully gotten the arduino code to work properly with the motor driver board suggested in the instructions. I'm thinking perhaps the code is so outdated now that it no longer works. If I follow the instructions, I am unable to get the motors to run.
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Printing on the MakerBot Replicator takes approximately 30 hours, and assembly time is 4 to 6 hours.
Refer to Wheely Instructions.pdf for detailed assembly instructions.
-Michael Curry (Skimbal)
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