- 12 Jul 2017
Category Classes with students
- 13 Jul 2017
- 25 Jul 2017
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
The goal of these building instructions is to build a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot without wheels. You should then think of yourself how exactly to add the wheel. Which wheels would you use on the front? How are you going to build the third wheel? Here are for example a few recommendations on building the third wheel - 1,2,3,4
- 24 Nov 2017
This LEGO Mindstorms robot base is small, compact and packed in a very small volume. The goal of this constructions is to be used as a base and to show yet another way to experiment with adding motors to the brick.
- 18 Dec 2017
The second version of the Ev3 Easy Bot. This robot is used in classes with students as one of the first robots to be built. Easy to follow and to arrive at a construction even for first-time students.
- 16 Aug 2017
The very first robot that we build in a class, usually.
- 21 Aug 2017
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.
- 01 Apr 2018