These are 3D printed parts and CorelDraw File for laser cutting. To laser cut, please use 3mm plywood or any color acrylic sheet.
In this project, students will learn the basics of robotics. During the activity, they will know Arduino C programming basics and the functions of the various components. And they will learn the main differences between input and output devices, understand the concept of electrical signal, voltage and current.
PopPet The Robot inspired me to create this Robot. Thanks to PopPet. ;)
Overview and Background
This is a simple way to introduce students to Robotic and Programming. After completing this activity, students are much more comfortable with Arduino C Programming and the functions of the various components.
Lesson Plan and Activity
- Print or laser cut all the parts
- Distribute the diagrams
- Follow the instruction as explained in the instruction diagrams
- Download the Arduino_program.zip and flash the Arduino Program what you want
- Verifying robot works properly
- And then have fun!
- Laser Cut Plates or 3D printed parts
- DIY Caster Free Wheel x 1
- Arduino Uno or Nano x 1
- Bluetooth Module x 1
- Line Tracking Sensor x 2
- SG90 Servo Motor x 2
- HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Sensor x 1
- L298N Motor Driver x 1
- AA Battery Holder x 1
- AA Battery x 4
- 10cm & 20cm Jumper Wires
- Piezo Buzzer x 1
- Switch x 1
- Water Seal Ring x 2 (Model: R175)
- Female Blade Connector x 2
- Plastic Circuit Holder x 7
- 1cmx3mm Nuts x 22
- 3cmx3mm Nuts x 9
- 1cmx2mm Screws x 6
- Screw Driver x 1
- Arduino Programming
- Manual Skills
In this project, I modified a SG90 servo motor to rotate continuously 360 degrees. So, you need to make small modification to the gear of servo motors. You will need to find some tutorials to modify a servo motor. OR I will upload soon.
Before starting this project, the teacher will have to make sure that the computers used have Arduino IDE. For this project, students will have to be understand about the dangers of electricity (short circuits, polarity reversals, etc.).
I uploaded all the Arduino programs, Instructions and Circuit Diagram needed for (bluetooth control robot, line following robot and obstacle avoidance robot) in the Arduino_Program.zip file. If you change pin diagram, you will need to write a new one.