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Projects With Ryan Slaugh: Hack-Bot

courtesy blog.makezine.com

The Hack-Bot on the move. Yes, the wheels are tuna fish cans with rubber bands for traction.

The Hack-Bot on the move. Yes, the wheels are tuna fish cans with rubber bands for traction.

In this video I will show you the steps to building your own robot and talk a little about the programming it to move. I wanted to create a robotics platform that allowed me to modify things anytime I needed to. I also wanted to build it with parts that I had around my shop already.

Combining these two goals, I came up with the Hack-Bot. Once complete, you can mix, match, change, and experiment all you want with the platform.

Please check out the video…The schematic is below.

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Thank you. TiA.

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This entry was posted on June 6, 2013 by in ROBOTICS.

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