- 27 Jul 2020
The Sports Utility Vehicle box robot is the new marvelous box robot that we've created. It is designed for teams that would like to learn how to build balanced, stable and working robot chassis following our box principle. It is smaller and easier to build than box robot 1 and it is more simple than box robot 2.
The main advantages of this robot compared to previous box robots are
- motors in the right direction, so when rotating the motor forward, the robot moves forward.
- it is much easier to attach attachments. There are 4 different gears on which you could attach attachments.
- it has a large clearance - which means that it could move over obstacles.
Of course, it has a Gyro and two Color Sensors. Not only that, but we have all the cables shown in the construction.
When not to use this robot?
The SUV Box robot is design to be used with a Gyro sensor and two Color Sensors for alignment. It is not working well for following lines as the sensors are very high and they are very high to allow for high clearance of the chassis. If you need to follow lines we recommend the Dominator X-Y robot
- 01 Aug 2018
Second part of the building instructions for this LEGO Mindstorms EV3 competition robot chassis
- 02 Sep 2016
Building instructions for a competition robot following the "Box robot" principle. The robot is built with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 and could be used at FLL and WRO.
- 07 Nov 2016
This is a real competition robot with three light sensors and a gyro.
- 25 Jul 2017
Building instructions for a Full LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Competition Robot that could be used in LEGO Robotics competitions.
- 03 Nov 2014
The instructions for building the improved EV3 Competition Robot by Mic Lowne
- 09 Aug 2015
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms Base Chassis with a reversible motor
Note: This robot contains wheels that are from the NXT set.
- 14 Feb 2016
This modification of the box robot contains large wheels. It was specially requested by you and we have it.
- 02 Aug 2017
Building instructions for a Light LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Competition Robot that could be used in LEGO Robotics competitions
- 23 Nov 2014
Modification of the EV3 Competition Robot Full with light sensors attached to the front
- 20 Jan 2016
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
Building instructions for a LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Robot Base with 56mm Tires, Version1. The robot base could be used in robotics competitions as FIRST LEGO League, World Robotics Olympiad and others
- 24 Jan 2016
Light Cooley, a box robot robot chassis from LEGO Education SPIKE Prime, with 3D building instructions
Light Cooley is an extension of Cooley. We've added two Light/Color sensors to allow for lines to be followed and for the robot to alight to them and we've kept everything Cooley was cool and known about. Build a few attachments for it and take it on a ride for a FIRST LEGO League competition
- 22 Jun 2021
This LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot chassis has the brick positioned vertically. Interesting idea that could be very useful.
- 07 Feb 2016
This incredibly compact SPIKE Prime Box Robot is made for competitions like FIRST LEGO League (FLL) and World Robotics Olympiad (WRO). Whakatae (from Maori's word "whakataetae", which means "competitive") is long 17 LEGO units and is with a width of 15 LEGO units. In front of the wheels it has two color sensors which it uses to align. Whakatae also has two Large motors for moving and has two medium motors for attachments!
It's has "V2" in its name, because it's the second version of Whakatae - LEGO Education SPIKE Prime Competition Box robot. The difference between the two is that the first one can be built with only a Large Motor and a Color sensor in addition to the Base set, while this one needs an additional ball bearing. This provides this robot with a lot more stability and can be seen as a true upgrade to the first version.
- 15 Jun 2021
This is an example of a robot for Sumo Robotics competitions. Specifically for RoboteX challenge. As most of the Sumo competitions have specific requirements for the robot size this one follows the 15cm x 15cm requirements.
Sumo competitions could be quite fun and interesting as the goal is to push the other robot outside of the ring.
- 26 Sep 2017
A LEGO Mindstorms EV3 Chassis with wheels at the front. Built with the EV3 set you can use this robot chassis as a base for extending with attachments.
- 31 Jan 2016
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