I would first like to thank everyone who attended our Atlanta Maker Faire workshop. You were all great and I hope you enjoyed the workshop as much as I did. During the workshop many of you noticed a few mistakes in the wiring schematic, so as promised below is the updated electrical schematic:
Here’s my brother and I standing behind our booth at the Atlanta Mini-Makers’ Faire.
For those of you missed the Maker Faire workshop, the robot is completely open source and the design has a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license. Here’s are the files and drawings needed to reproduce the robot.
In addition to the above 3D printed parts, you’ll also need the following purchased parts
|Part No.||Description||Price||Qty||Extended Price||Supplier|
|TCRT5000||Optical sensor / reflective switch||$0.994||4||$3.98||http://www.newark.com|
|9452K351||Buna-n O-ring, As568a Dash Number 241 (pack of 50)||$11.21||1||$11.21||http://www.mcmaster.com|
|Nano v3.0||Arduino Nano micro-controller||$13.80||1||$13.80||kennymarket|
|253471||120rpm 12vdc gearmotor 6mm shaft||$14.95||2||$29.90||jameco.com|
|24gauge wires & jumpers||Motor wire, jumpers, etc.||$3.00||1||$3.00||Various suppliers|