My first project combines everyone's favorite robot with everyone's favorite tinkering platform. Hope you like it!
Project tutorial by monsterbacke
Get the trains running on time. Make your schedule. Any Arduino boards and your model railway set.
Project tutorial by Steve Massikker
A funny looking robot in the form of a plant, that interacts with some sensors inputs, talks, plays music and detects human movement.
Project tutorial by AhmedAzouz
Small and handy radio for your little ones. Let them play their favorite songs or fairytales. And that all in the wooden box!
Project tutorial by Jiří Praus
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.
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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!
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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