MiniSkybot Robot Chassis
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The MiniSkybot robot is an educational open robot. Its chassis is minimal: it consist only of two tricked servos joined by two U-pieces.
Now the robot is in an early stage of development. We are testing different minimal chassis.
You can see a video Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1v-4ejwBKk
(This video is intended for my students so I am talking in Spanish)
More information here:
The pieces have been designed with OpenScad. All the virtual pieces have been assembled with Freecad
- Print the two U-pieces (front and rear)
- Print two Servo-wheels ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4767 )
- Join the two U-pieces to the servos by means of 8 M3 bolts and nuts
The pieces have been printed in ABS with a Makerbot Cupcake MK5. Replicator 0020 and Skeinforge 0006. The profile chosen is cupcake-mk5-abs with the following modifications:
- speed/Feedrate (mm/s): 38
- fill/Extra Shells on Base (layers): 2
- fill/Extra Shells on Sparse Layer (layers): 2
More pictures of the building process can be found here:
The new Miniskybot V1.0 is ready! http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:7989
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