Curiosity rover by Sergey

Sergey Grishchenko shared a very cute robotics project on Thingiverse.

It is not the real copy and its ‘working!
This rover controlled via Bluetooth from remote. You can watch the picture from WiFi camera. It has a gimbal for camera, arm and two headlights. And all six wheels are driven!
Unfortunately, I am not ready yet to upload sources of hardware and software, but you can use my 3D-printed parts.

Made for Russian site customelectronics.ru

3D files Available on Thingiverse




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1 Comment

  1. This is an amazing project and a great example of 3d printing, robotics and engineering.

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