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Second Section: Bot Body and Motors
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In this section, you re going to build the ExploroBot s main body and its two motor/wheel combinations. Take a quick look at Figure 3-10 and Figure 3-12. These two figures show the majority of the parts you ll be using in this section.
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Figure 3-10. The body will be made of the Intelligent Brick and a few connectors.
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Figure 3-11. Left and right side views of the Intelligent Brick and placement of the connectors
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CHAPTER 3 EXPLOROBOT BUILD IT
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Figure 3-12. Components for the left and right side motor/wheel combinations
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Note In Figure 3-12, you can determine the length of the black rod by comparing it to the length of the
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L-shaped beam. Please also note that in the figure there are two round connector pins and two half-thickness round connector pins. These two half-thickness pins are shown standing up so you can see the thin groove. These are used as spacers to keep the rubber wheels from touching the orange motor face. Figure 3-13 shows the proper assembly in more detail.
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Figure 3-13. Partial assembly of the left and right motor/wheel combinations
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Figure 3-14. The fully assembled motor/ wheel combinations
Figure 3-15. The Intelligent Brick and the motor/wheel combinations before assembly
Figure 3-16. Components for the left and right side motor/wheel combinations Okay, it s time again to check your work. Compare your ExploroBot body with the one shown in Figure 3-16. You can use Figure 3-16 to compare things such as the location of the black connectors in the L-shaped beams to make sure you ve got the motor/wheel combinations located properly. Again, the key here is to look for any major differences between your ExploroBot s body and the one shown in Figure 3-16. If you find any differences, just go back and examine the figures carefully where the mistake appears to have been made. If necessary, take the assembly apart and start over. You ve got plenty of time and you re having fun, right Are you happy with the ExploroBot s body Congratulations! You re half done with the ExploroBot. We re going to move on to the third section, which is a little longer and a little more complex due to the number of parts being used. Just take your time on this section and enjoy the building process. Remember my advice if you get stuck, just take a deep breath and remind yourself that this is fun. You can t make a mistake because you can always start over no harm done! Now let s finish the ExploroBot s rear-wheel section and then get this bot assembled . . .
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Third Section: Rear-Wheel Assembly and Frame
There s a lot to build in this section. First you re going to build a small frame that will help you to control the cables you ll install in the fourth section. Then you re going to build a small rearwheel and a base to hold the rear-wheel. This base has a lot of parts, but you ll find that it helps to strengthen the bot and reinforce the rear-wheel. Take a quick look at Figure 3-17, Figure 3-20, and Figure 3-25. These figures show the majority of the parts you ll be using in this section, but in some later figures you ll notice I ve added some new parts. My best advice is to pull out the parts you see in the three figures I ve mentioned. You ll know when I ve added some new parts because you ll have used all the previous ones you set aside! And again . . . when in doubt, just pause and examine the figures more closely. I ve made sure to include enough detail for you to figure out what parts are being added to the mix. Now, let s start with Figure 3-17 and the cable frame.
Figure 3-17. Parts needed for the ExploroBot s rear frame, used to keep cables untangled
Figure 3-18. Partial assembly of the cable frame
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Figure 3-19. The final cable frame assembly set this aside for now Next, Figure 3-20 shows the start of the rear-wheel.
Figure 3-20. These are the parts for creating the rear-wheel.
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Figure 3-21. It s not quite a rear-wheel yet, but keep going . . .
Figure 3-22. The rear-wheel is starting to come together . . .
Note In Figure 3-22 you ll notice that I ve added two new parts that weren t seen in Figure 3-20. This will happen
again in later figures, so be on the lookout for it. As I mentioned, if you set out the parts that you need for each section, when I add parts like this to a figure it will be very obvious to you Hey, that s not in my parts pile!
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