- 25 Jul 2017
Category Robots Base Constructions
This modification of the box robot contains large wheels. It was specially requested by you and we have it.
- 02 Aug 2017
These are buliding instructions for the FTC robot and collecting attachments with it. We are doing small modifications of the push bot.
- 25 Jul 2017
This robot was built by your request. It includes NXT large wheels. The Large LEGOO Mindstorms wheels will give you a faster robot, but be careful, because it will not be that accurate.
- 28 Aug 2017
We've built a box robot chassis that could easily be extended with attachments for FIRST Technical Challenge competition.
If you ever felt that FIRST Technical Challenge is difficult and you don't know where to start from, building this Tetrix robot is the first thing that you could do. You would have 4 motors, plenty of space for attachments and good access to the phone.
The robot is built from a Tetrix Set without additional parts. It's a winning robot in just 107 steps
- 09 Sep 2017
LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Robot designed for a Folk Race competition. This robot has three Ultrasonic Sensors. Follow the building instructions and at the end, you would have a very basic robot with tank treads that you could directly use.
- 24 Nov 2017
Building instructions for the robot build with LEGO Mindstorms EV3. It is called "Frankenstein" because the two motors are in two different directions.
- 28 Feb 2016
For World Robotics Olympiad Ball Collection competitions we prepared an interesting Robot Base Chassis that could be extended with a container. The container contains the ping-pong ball. A mechanism collects them. This LEGO Mindstorms EV3 building instructions are for the chassis of the robot and were one of the versions from a series of robots.
- 26 Jun 2016
This robot extends the Tetrix Box Robot chassis for FTC competitions with an additional arm. The arm could be used for lifting and placing objects and could be quite useful.
There is a special rubber band at the end of the arm, because there are not enough parts in the Tetrix set and we had to use a rubber band. But the principle of the arm is interesting, useful and you should be familiar with it - the arm keeps the motors always in the right orientation.
- 12 Dec 2017