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Construction tools are the things you use to fashion the frame and other mechanical parts of the robot. These include a hammer, a screwdriver, and a saw. We will look at the tools needed to assemble the electronics later in this chapter.
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I Claw hammer. These can be used for just about any purpose you can think of. I Rubber mallet. For gently bashing together pieces that resist being joined nothing beats
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I Screwdriver assortment. Have several sizes of flat-head and Philips-head screwdrivers.
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It s also handy to have a few long-blade screwdrivers, as well as a ratchet driver. Get a screwdriver magnetizer/demagnetizer; it lets you magnetize the blade so it attracts and holds screws for easier assembly. Hacksaw. To cut anything, the hacksaw is the staple of the robot builder. Buy an assortment of blades. Coarse-tooth blades are good for wood and PVC pipe plastic; fine-tooth blades are good for copper, aluminum, and light-gauge steel. Miter box. To cut straight lines, buy a good miter box and attach it to your work table (avoid wood miter boxes; they don t last). You ll also use the box to cut stock at nearperfect 45 angles, which is helpful when building robot frames. Wrenches, all types. Adjustable wrenches are helpful additions to the shop but careless use can strip nuts. The same goes for long-nosed pliers, which are useful for getting at hard-to-reach places. One or two pairs of Vise-Grips will help you hold pieces for cutting and sanding. A set of nut drivers will make it easy to attach nuts to bolts. Measuring tape. A six- or eight-foot steel measuring tape is a good length to choose. Also get a cloth tape at a fabric store so you can measure things like chain and cable lengths. Square. You ll need one to make sure that pieces you cut and assemble from wood, plastic, and metal are square. File assortment. Files will enable you to smooth the rough edges of cut wood, metal, and plastic (particularly important when you are working with metal because the sharp, unfinished edges can cut you). Drill motor. Get one that has a variable speed control (reversing is nice but not absolutely necessary). If the drill you have isn t variable speed, buy a variable speed control for it. You need to slow the drill when working with metal and plastic. A fast drill motor is good for wood only. The size of the chuck is not important since most of the drill bits you ll be using will fit a standard 1/4-inch chuck. Drill bit assortment. Use good sharp ones only. If yours are dull, have them sharpened (or do it yourself with a drill bit sharpening device), or buy a new set. Vise. A vise is essential for holding parts while you drill, nail, and otherwise torment them. An extra large vise isn t required, but you should get one that s big enough to handle the size of the pieces you ll be working with. A rule of thumb: A vice that can t close around a two-inch block of metal or wood is too small.
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I Safety goggles. Wear them when hammering, cutting, and drilling as well as any other
time when flying debris could get in your eyes. Be sure you use the goggles. A shred of aluminum sprayed from a drill bit while drilling a hole can rip through your eye, permanently blinding you. No robot project is worth that. If you plan to build your robots from wood, you may want to consider adding rasps, wood files, coping saws, and other woodworking tools to your toolbox. Working with plastic requires a few extra tools as well, including a burnishing wheel to smooth the edges of the cut plastic (the flame from a cigarette lighter also works but is harder to control), a strip-heater for bending, and special plastic drill bits. These bits have a modified tip that isn t as likely to rip through the plastic material. Small plastic parts can be cut and scored using a sharp razor knife or razor saw, both of which are available at hobby stores.
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