- 06 Jun 2018
Probably the largest multi-purpose FLL attachment at FLLCasts. These attached is doing a number of missions at once. 4 of them. You attach it to the robot and start the program. The robot moves and accomplishes a number of missions using only this attachment. At it also has a lot of parts. It is quite large and you can not build it from a single set. But that's ok because you are preparing for a competition, right?
Building instructions for a Wall-E like robot. The robot is on treads, driven by two Large EV3 motors. Has two static hands and an ultrasonic sensor on top.
We love bears. These are great creatures. Do you know that the Polar Bear is the largest bear there is.
This robot was first constructed years ago for some of the first classes in LEGO Mindstorms Robotics that we held. It is quite challenging, but nevertheless very rewarding when completed and when you manage to program it to walk. Check it out.
These are building instructions for an attachment accomplishing the FIRST LEGO League 2017-2018 Slingshot mission. The based of the robot is LEGO Box Robot Three With Large Wheels and Thee light sensors and one Gyro
Two missions in one. This attachment accomplishes the Hydrodynamics Fountain and Faucet missions from the FIRST LEGO League Hydrodynamics 2017-2018 competitions. The attachment shows a really interesting and widely used approach of a single attachment that is used for two, three and even more missions. This is a standard practice for many of the advanced teams, especially those that reach the finals. The based of the robot is the LEGO Box Robot Three With Large Wheels and Thee light sensors and one Gyro
Winter might be far away or it might just be coming - depending of course on where you are in the world. But you can always spend a few hours having fun with a LEGO Mindstorms Snowmobile. A really challenging construction that requires good preparation, concentration and a lot of efforts to complete. Same is going to the mountain in the winter. But the reward at the end is worth it.
Building instructions with dimensions on the ball collecting mechanism for the FIRST Technical Challenge Push Bot. The collecting mechanism should be attached to the Chassis - https://www.fllcasts.com/materials/382-ftc-push-bot-chassis-from-tetrix
We have to admit. This is quite an interesting missions. There is a Manhole cover and it must be turned upside down. Well, the robot must turn it. Again LEGO Box Robot Three With Large Wheels and Thee light sensors and one Gyro is used as a base for the Robot.
3D Instructions on how to add a diode to the Raspberry Pi and indicate when the Raspberry Pi is turned on.
In this 3D scheme, you can see how the motor driver is connected to the Raspberry Pi and to the motor. Follow the steps in the instructions one by one and you will have successfully connected the motor to the Raspberry PI
A 3D scheme on how to connect the front steering motor to the Raspberry PI. This includes the Motor Driver and the batteries. The rear motor is also on this scene.
3D scheme with instructions on how to connect the L298N driver to the batteries and to the motor. Just that. Connecting to the Raspberry Pi is at a later stage of the course.
The is the whole step-by-step process of connecting the motors with the Raspberry PI with the driver and the batteries. No scheme needed. Everything is already here. In the course, the motors are part of the car and the batteries are in the batteries holder, but with this scheme, you could see the whole process.
Step by step guide on how to add the SD card to the Raspberry pi.
The Raspberry Pi must not be powered.
3D scheme on how to connect the L298N Motor Driver to the Batteries. Follow the step-by-step instructions. Be careful about the PCB terminal connectors.
Building instructions for a simple LEGO EV3 robot built using two large motors and a color sensor. The robot is compact which makes it perfect for following a line. Note that the motors are upside down, which will make the robot go backward when we program it to go forward.
This is a Material supplementing the Instructors training course. Attached is our methodology for working with students. If you spend some time to read it beforehand, we can discuss only the questions that you have, instead of listening to the whole thing. That will be a more efficient usage of our time in the training.