- 13 Jul 2013
The third level of the Robotics with LEGO curriculum for students in from 10 to 12 years old.
Learn how the Color sensor works. Your robots can do different behaviours, after checking specific conditions. Robots can become fast speed cars or heavy lifting cranes by the means of gear-trains.
(CourseBook is still available only in Bulgarian)
In all building instructions for LEGO robots it is important to have the motors attached to the brick in more than one place. In the following construction, there is a beam connecting the two motors which has exactly this purpose. It makes the construction much more stable. Try removing this beam for example and see what will happen. Would the robot be able to move?
Many different types of wheels could be used. Both NXT and EV3 or from other LEGO technic series.
- 20 Dec 2017
Robot attachment that shows you how a circular motion could be transferred to linear by using a gear and a rack. The final motion is for pushing and pulling things.
The attachment could be built from LEGO Mindstorms EV3 and NXT parts
- 01 Apr 2017
An awesome ski-jet robot, steering with a medium motor and powered by a single large motor. It also has a pair of inclined treads, making it especially well-suited for the harsh winter terrain.
*There is a mistake in this robot you will have to find. How would you make it work?
- 19 Feb 2019
The robot uses two Large Mindstorms EV3 Motors to open and close its shell. On the top of the shell are used four hoses, that can be reshaped to form different shell styles. It also uses two black bent beams for eyebrows, that can be moved to change the expression of the clam. A Castor Ball is used to represent its pearl.
- 07 Jan 2019
- 16 Nov 2015
- 28 Aug 2016