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  • LEGO Wall-E with Arduino about 1 year ago

    Grazie :)
    Ho incollato il perno del motore al pezzo Lego chiamato "Tread Sprocket Wheel". Puoi vedere questo pezzo al numero 76 nelle istruzioni Lego (https://www.lego.com/cdn/product-assets/product.bi.core.pdf/6162870.pdf). Questo pezzo muove le cingoli.

  • LEGO Wall-E with Arduino about 1 year ago

    Sorry for the delay in my response, I didn't get a notification for your comment.
    Unfortunately, I don't remember brand or make of the motors, but from memory I would say it was a 6V motor with 60 rpm.
    The battery was stuck to his shoulder. Maybe you can see in the videos how I attach it after starting him up. I simply used BluTack to stick the battery to the top of his frame.
    I hope this helps!

  • LEGO Wall-E with Arduino about 1 year ago

    Thank you! :) The Nano was a bit too long to fit into his tummy, which is why it had to go into his hand. But maybe it would be an option to build a bigger Lego model from standard parts.

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