Building a 1 pound combat robot.
is this an rc robot
He’s thinking thinking n thinking….
ppl im near broke can u guys tell me the cheapest servos (already put together), transmitters, and receivers? TY!!!! (btw, im 11)
may i suggest protecting the belts that are connecting ur motors to ur weapon the look like the could snap easily
waooo! you have your on lab and car
Pfft, like you can tell at that resolution! But you are probably right, I was terrible at soldering back then. Now I am pretty good and actually have a proper soldering station.
nice bot…but u totally cold soldered that joint
Can you list the items used in the process, in plain english along with the tamiya product code, because I really want to know the R/C controller used in that.
you fool where is the actual making of robo nonense fellow
Please post this on makezine.com under projects.
i build and sell real battlebots, email me for details at thegoodrobot at yahoo.com
I recommend you to make mosfet transistor H bridge
@roofy2k wow, that hurt. not!!!! *trollface*
* She was never a very good robot.
tell mi how do i bight one of those
Hey nice vid 5* Also, do you know of any way that I can modify a r/c car reciever to control a robot ?
hey man how much it was total cost for your robot? 5* i like it
cool fighting robot 5* like it
I use Fingertech Robotics timing pulleys now.
IF the Tamiya product #70141 system isnt so good what would be a better way to drive a blade on a battlebot. I dont want the shaft on the motor to bend. plz respond
Tamiya product #70141
Not a very good system though…
hey, where did you get the belt system that small?
get a spectrum dx5e, for £40 rxs range from £6-100.
as for parts, motors-£25, speed controler £45 battery £10 charger £20 a brushless setup will be about £40-50
i hope this helps. if you live in the UK i do a robot kit which may be of some use to you.
hey man what RC – remote control you use for this robot??? model ? name?