- 03 May 2015
This is version 2 of the LEGO Mindstorms Grabber. It makes use of 4 gears to make both levers active.
- 01 Apr 2017
Don't we all love animals? But it is sometimes difficult to have a puppy at home. Presenting to you - the Puppy robot (drums in the back). It has some of the benefits of a Puppy - it is small, it can follow you with the Ultrasonic Sensor and it can bark (if you program it to). Follow the building instructions. Use it at home or at class.
- 01 Sep 2017
This is the third version of the LEGO Mindstorms Grabber. This time we use a LEGO EV3 Medium motor and worm gear to make the two levers move smoothly and symmetrically.
- 01 Apr 2017
The first thing every student wants to build is a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot with chains. Well, we have one. Take a look. It's really funny.
Can you make it move? Send us a video or picture in the comment section below.
- 18 Sep 2017
This is an example of a robot for Sumo Robotics competitions. Specifically for RoboteX challenge. As most of the Sumo competitions have specific requirements for the robot size this one follows the 15cm x 15cm requirements.
Sumo competitions could be quite fun and interesting as the goal is to push the other robot outside of the ring.
- 26 Sep 2017
Building instruction for both EV3 and NXT. The whole catapult is build in exactly 78 steps.
- 14 Dec 2014
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot base. The attachment of the motors is quite interesting. We follow the angles of LEGO technic to attach them. This construction has some difficulties turning to the left and to the right. But if you have to take on an obstacle that high this is one of the options.
You can use all kinds of wheels on this robot - EV3, NXT or others. It doesn't actually matter.
- 13 Dec 2017