Designing The Self Righting Flag:Again, we had some ideas before opting for pouring in a handful of metal nuts, some small weights and some resin to hold everything in place. To finish off, we 3D printed a top and our flag was complete.
Downloads:You can download our self-righting flag files here.
|Build A Robot Wars Buggy Learning Resources.|
|Part 1 - Intro.||What we did, why we did it and what we used.|
|Part 2 - The Buggy.||It's all about the line following buggy, We used the buggy as is and attached custom parts.|
|Part 3 - The Perspex Top Plate.||How we designed and cut the top plate, with alternative methods for those without laser cutters.|
|Part 4 - The 3D printed Add-ons.||How we designed and 3D printed the add-ons, with alternative methods for those without 3D printers.|
|Part 5 - Making The Flag.||Our design process for making the self righting flag.|
|Part 6 - Coding with the Microsoft Editor.||Beyond line following. Martin Woolley gives a very thorough breakdown of how he wrote the code for the Robot Buggies. Learn how!|
|Part 7 - Bluetooth Buggy Control.||How to turn your Android device into a remote control for the buggy, including pairing instructions, Again, over to Martin Wooley.|
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