- 19 Jul 2018
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
This is the chassis for the popular FTC Push Bot. The robot is built with the Tetrix set and uses two motors. When preparing for a FIRST Technical Challenge competition (FTC) it is very useful to have a chassis from which you could start working. It might not, and will surely not be the final robot, but a good base is always useful.
With this chassis, we've also made a short course of how to control it. Take a look at FIRST Technical Challenge. Basic GamePads, control and attachments for the Tetrix set.
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.
Shows the pipe attachment constructions that is mounted on the robot. The pipe is than mounted on this constuctions
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 109 steps
These are buliding instructions for the FTC robot and collecting attachments with it. We are doing small modifications of the push bot.
Drawing on how to cut a pipe to be able to collect and store balls in this pipe. The sheet format is ISO A4 and the drawing size is real (100% scale)