This robot could quite possibly be build from a single EV3 core and EV3 resource sets. It uses fewer parts and only three motors. There are additional parts that could be skipped when building the robot and we have added these parts only as to make the construction more complete.
- # 297
- 04 Nov 2016
Attachments for Box Robot for Robotics Competitions. Lifting heavy elements with an Active Attachment
One more example for an active attachment with a system of gear wheels. This time the system is constructed so that the attachment could lift heavy objects.
- # 295
- 23 Oct 2016
This is a third example for adding an active attachment. This third attachment is now connected to the wheel at the front of the robot. Again, the attachment could be easily extended.
- # 294
- 16 Oct 2016
Attachments for Box Robot for Robotics Competitions. Active Attachment for the Right side of the Robot
Second active pinless attachment for the robot construction. It is placed in the top/right corner of the robot and includes an interesting gear system for transferring the power. The attachment is suitable for complete rotations.
- # 293
- 09 Oct 2016
This is the first Active Pinless Attachment for the Box competition robot. The attachment is placed on the top of the robot and is controlled by one of the motors.
- # 292
- 02 Oct 2016
Without the use of any motor you can still accomplish a number of missions using passive attachments. You can still pull/push on different levers using only a beam or two connected to the frame.
- # 291
- 25 Sep 2016
In this video we discuss how do we transfer power from the motors that are "inside the robot box" to the gear wheels that are "outside the robot box".
- # 289
- 12 Sep 2016
In this episode we look at the way this robot is balanced. A well-balanced robot could handle heavier attachments without losing track of its position on the robotics competition field.
- # 288
- 01 Sep 2016
In this video we look at the way this robot uses the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 motors. How are they attached and the what the rotation of the motor is transferred to the attachments.
- # 287
- 30 Aug 2016