Building Instructions -
EV3 is a robotics sets from LEGO Mindstorms. With EV3 you could build an infinite number of robots like Vehicles, Animals and Tanks. The set comes in two parts - base set (45544) and a resource set (45560). EV3 robots are very popular at LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Competitions
Building instructions for a LEGO robot that shoots 40 mm ping pong balls. The shooting mechanism is powered by two EV3 Large motors, while the whole mechanism is rotated by a medium motor. The robot can store up to 6 ping pong balls and has a Ultrasonic Sensor to detect targets.
- 22 Jun 2018
Building instructions for the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Catapult. The robot has a motor, a clutch to control it for manual shooting and a touch sensor for automatic loading. The bottom base is removed which means the Catapult could not be turned around. Nevertheless, the baseless robot is small enough to be built in class.
- 18 Jun 2018
Mintonet (engl. Mintonette) comes from the name of the first iteration of volleyball.
The robot can move only forward and backward, without turning, with the help of a large EV3 motor. Another large motor is used to shoot. The robot uses an EV3 ultrasonic sensor to detect its partner and throw a ball at it.
- 26 Jan 2019
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
- 01 May 2018
These are building instruction for a working automatic catapult with a motor and a touch sensor.
- 01 Feb 2015
Building instruction for both EV3 and NXT. The whole catapult is build in exactly 78 steps.
- 14 Dec 2014
Do you have a friend for a sleepover? This might be the perfect robot for you! It is a football gate, guarded by Fint, the goalkeeper robot. You can control him, by using the remote controller, that consists of two Touch Sensors. Take turns making penalty shots and have a blast with this awesome robot!
What we recommend:
- Using a big LEGO wheel from your set as a football ball.
- If you throw the wheel too fast for the robot to catch, increase the distance between the place you shoot the ball from and the robot.
- 28 Mar 2019
Building instructions for the catapult that could be placed over the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Brick. The idea of the catapult it to throw objects. The fact that it is over the brick makes it very convenient to place the motors below the brick and to use the Catapult.
This robot construction itself was used in the FIRST LEGO League Senior Solutions competition
- 01 Dec 2015
This frame holds the motor and ev3 brick used in the catapult. The frame is placed on top of the rotating base and thus could be easily rotated. The brick could be both NXT and EV3
- 01 Feb 2015
Mintonette comes from the first iteration of Volleyball with the same name.
The robot uses two EV3 Touch sensors to control the turret left and right. It uses the EV3 Color sensor to trigger the shooting mechanism, which consists of an EV3 Large motor which pulls a lever to shoot a ball.
- 25 Jan 2019
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms Catapult Motor and Touch Sensor that are used for triggers for firing objects
- 18 Jan 2015