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Adam Hargreaves
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Autonomous Robot CAD drawings

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Just the one to start with: this done with Sketchup. Comments please.
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and yes, the body shell isn't lined up very well, lol
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The only thing i would suggest so a very good way of attaching the wheels (they appear to be lite flights) to the servo's. Idealy a completely custom hub would be best but failing that a good solid connection (i.e. more than just a blob of gloue) between the servo horn and the hub of the lite flight.
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Post by Adam Hargreaves »

my DT teacher says to use some little screws he claims to have. I need to cut the wheels in half, because they're too wide, so that will give a nice surface to have glue as well.
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Lab got cancelled so no operating robot, however this is a CAD of the final design.

100mm wide, 92mm wide, 90mm high(to top of switch)

weight is going to be about 400g

http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b352/ ... SUMoV1.jpg
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The green see through part is 1mm Alumium.
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