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DoodleBorg: A 65 kg Raspberry Pi powered robot #piday #raspberrypi @raspberry_pi

We have posted about the DoodleBorg before but the video interview above shows it in action! Created by PiBorg.

Brains controlled by a Raspberry Pi
Controller: Motors powered by 6x PicoBorg reverse controllers
Batteries: 1-2 x 12 V DC (10 Ah each)
Motors: 6 x 350 W high torque motors
Chassis: 6 mm thick laser cut steel
Sides: Perspex cut by Phenoptix
Power: Approx 3 hp (2.1 KW)
Size: Approx 30 inches long (76 cm), 27 inches wide (69 cm), 15 inches tall (38 cm)
Weight: Approx 143 lb (65 Kg)
Other: 4 x emergency power off switches controlling power relays

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