Wall-E Tracks system
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This is a part of the Wall-E that I have been working on. It is the tracks system. I created it for the robotics program at Idaho State University. I teach in the program and the students needed a project to work on. I have currently printed all of the pieces on a Dimension sst1200es 3D priner. I then cast molds of the 3D pieces using silicon rubber. I have currently been trying different kinds of liquid plastics to see what is going to work best. For more information on the project or robotics programs please visit: https://sites.google.com/a/isu.edu/isu-wall-e/home or http://www.isurobotics.com
I have designed this around the NPC-2212 motor. The bolts used to put the tracks together are 1/4-20.
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