Dotbot-io shared this project on Thingiverse!
DotBot:bit is an open source robot chassis to prototype robot with BBC micro:bit.
This robot has been created to make 3D printing and programming lessons for my students
To create DotBot:bit you need:
- n 1 micro:bit,
- n. 2 Servo:lite board from Kitronik,
- n. 2 FS90R micro continuous rotation servo
- n. 2 wheels for FS90R 60mm x 8mm
- n. 2 glass marble (16 mm).
The robot assembly is easy. More detailed instructions can be found on this link: http://www.maffucci.it
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