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[attachment=208][attachment=209][attachment=208][attachment=209]Hello to BROBOT fans.
I have assembled one standard kit, with very good results, and also modified it to run outdoor, of corse sporting a suitable big wheels. But the appetite comes with eating, so i decide to make a second one, this time by a self made frame. All parts was from 5/6mm Forex, very easy to cut and thread, assembled by 3mm screw. The wheels and hubs was from Pololu, a little modified to accept the 5mm stepper motors shaft. Electronics standard and lipo 3S 2000mAh with balancing connector. In this case i downloaded the new BROBOT_EVO2_17 software, to find the differences from the old version. The response was very remarkable, i can say "fast and furious", especially in PRO mode, where my hand on my smartphone find difficult to follow the robot movements. The stability was remarkable also, with a big angle of deflection REW and FW at maximum speed. In my opinion it's a big step respect to the first version.
Hi,

I think your project is exceptional. I always struggled with the mechanical aspect of such projects.
(12-14-2017 10:28 AM)JaniceSweet Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,

I think your project is exceptional. I always struggled with the mechanical aspect of such projects.

Hi, i make myself a third robot, this time smaller and using Micro Pro board and without JJROBOT board. You can find info in a my following post In case you are interested, i can email the whole project.
Carlo.
(12-14-2017 10:46 AM)Carlo1951 Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-14-2017 10:28 AM)JaniceSweet Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,

I think your project is exceptional. I always struggled with the mechanical aspect of such projects.

Hi, i make myself a third robot, this time smaller and using Micro Pro board and without JJROBOT board. You can find info in a my following post In case you are interested, i can email the whole project.
Carlo.

Hi Carlo,

I'm really interested in miniaturizing the electronics. Can you email me your project? I sent you my email via PM (to avoid spam). Alternatively, you could also publish your work on GitHub - that would be ideal, actually.
(12-14-2017 10:46 AM)Carlo1951 Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, i make myself a third robot, this time smaller and using Micro Pro board and without JJROBOT board. You can find info in a my following post In case you are interested, i can email the whole project.
Carlo.

Hi , " the appetite comes with eating " E' anche il mio motto.....
I'm intrest in your new project micro-board based .
I'm waiting for news.
Nicola.
(05-08-2018 07:37 PM)Vaygr Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-14-2017 10:46 AM)Carlo1951 Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-14-2017 10:28 AM)JaniceSweet Wrote: [ -> ]Hi,

I think your project is exceptional. I always struggled with the mechanical aspect of such projects.

Hi, i make myself a third robot, this time smaller and using Micro Pro board and without JJROBOT board. You can find info in a my following post In case you are interested, i can email the whole project.
Carlo.

Hi Carlo,

I'm really interested in miniaturizing the electronics. Can you email me your project? I sent you my email via PM (to avoid spam). Alternatively, you could also publish your work on GitHub - that would be ideal, actually.

Hi,
sorry but i had problem with my computer; if you repete to me : bonoracarlo@libero.it your email, i will send the whole project. Sorry again, Carlo.

(05-08-2018 08:16 PM)nlenzin Wrote: [ -> ]
(12-14-2017 10:46 AM)Carlo1951 Wrote: [ -> ]Hi, i make myself a third robot, this time smaller and using Micro Pro board and without JJROBOT board. You can find info in a my following post In case you are interested, i can email the whole project.
Carlo.

Hi , " the appetite comes with eating " E' anche il mio motto.....
I'm intrest in your new project micro-board based .
I'm waiting for news.
Nicola.

Hi,
sorry but i had problem with my computer; if you repete to me : bonoracarlo@libero.it your email, i will send the whole project. Sorry again, Carlo.
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