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Mice, printers, old scanners, and other discarded computer peripherals contain valuable optical and mechanical parts. Mice contain optical encoders that you can use to count the rotations of your robot s wheels, printers and scanners contain motors and gears, and scanners contain optics you can use for vision systems and other sensors on your robot. Mechanical toys, especially the motorized variety, can be used either for parts or as a robot base. Remember to keep the motor drivers (as will be discussed later in the book). When looking at motorized vehicles, favor those that use separate motors for each drive wheel (as opposed to a single motor for both wheels), although other drive configurations can make for interesting and unique robots. Don t limit yourself!
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You can change your robot from appearing like something that you cobbled together in your garage over a weekend to a much more professional looking and polished piece of machinery by spending a few minutes over a few days putting on a paint finish. Few people think about finishing a robot s structure, whether it s made of wood or metal, but there are a number of tangible benefits that you should be aware of:
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Eliminating the dust on the surface of the material, allowing for effective two-sided tape attachment (and removal). Smoothing wood surface and reducing the lifted fibers that appear when the wood gets moist or wet over time. Eliminating wood fibers will also produce more effective glue bonds. Eliminating splinters and minimizing surface splintering when drilling into wood. Allowing for pencil and ink marking of the surface to be easily wiped off for corrections. This is not possible with bare wood and many metals.
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You should consider using aerosol paint to finish the structural pieces of your robot. When properly used there is very little mess and no brushes to clean up. From an auto-body supply house, you should buy an aerosol can of primer (gray is always a good choice) and from a hardware store buy an aerosol can of indoor/outdoor (or marine) acrylic paint (such as Krylon brand) in your favorite color. Red catches the eye, isn t overwhelming, and if there is a blemish in the material or your work, it will become hidden quite nicely. The process outlined here is usable for metal and wood, although wood will tend to have more blemishes and its grain will be more visible than for the metal. Set up a painting area in a garage or some other well-ventilated space by laying down newspaper both on a flat surface as well as a vertical surface. Next, lay down some bottle caps or other supports for the materials you are going to paint. You will want to finish the ends of the material and don t want to end up with paint flowing between the material and the support (or the newspaper for that matter). Lightly sand the surfaces that you are going to paint using a fine-grain sandpaper (200 grit at least). You may also want to sand the edges of the material more aggressively to take
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off any loose wood or metal burrs that could become problems later. Once you have finished this, moisten the rag and wipe it over the surface you have sanded to pick up any loose dust. Shake the can of primer using the instructions printed on the can. Usually there is a small metal ball inside the can and you will be instructed to shake it until the ball rattles easily inside. Apply a light coat of primer; just enough to change the color of the material. Most primers take 30 minutes or so to dry. Check the instructions on the can before going on to the next step of sanding and putting on new coats of paint or primer. After the first application of primer, you will probably find that a wood surface is very rough. This is due to the cut fibers in wood standing on end after being moistened from the primer. Repeat the sanding step (along with sanding the ends of the wood and then wiping down with a damp rag) before applying another coat of primer. After the second coat is put down, let it dry, sand very lightly, and wipe down again. Now you are ready to apply the paint. Shake according to the instructions on the aerosol can and spray the material again, putting on a thin, even coat. You will probably find that the paint will seem to be sucked into the wood and the surface will not be that shiny. This is normal. Once the paint has dried, lightly sand again, wipe down with a wet cloth, and apply a thicker coat of paint. When this coat has dried, you ll find that the surface is very smooth and shiny. Figure 3-4 shows what can be done with some strips of plywood over a couple of nights. Some of the grain of the wood will still be visible, but it will not be noticeable. You do not have to sand the paint again. The material is now ready to be used in a robot.
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