Hi to all
Ever since i saw the Zumo chassis, I basically wanted one
I wanted to make one that had all the controls and power stored within. I did ponder getting the Zumo chassis and trying to squeeze it all into the battery box, however i thought that may be a bit restrictive, so i set about creating my own!!
With a few motor mounts, and a bit of head scratching later, i have finally got something working, and thought i would share with you guys.
I started with a bag of bits, was like christmas
just happened to have a sheet of carbon fiber laying about, so i thought it would add to the cool factor
a few hours of tinkering later and i had my chassis!! it doesnt look much yet
finally got it together
but i had some work to do getting the thing tidy. That was the least of my problems though!! I wanted some IR sensors so the robot can see, however i had made it so small, i didnt have enough room for my initial plan of 2 sensors
with a bit of tinkering, i managed to get a single sensor in place and its alive!!!