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CHAPTER
PLASTIC PLATFORMS
t all started with billiard balls. A couple of hundred years ago, billiard balls were made from elephant tusks. By the 1850s, the supply of tusk ivory was drying up and its cost had skyrocketed. So, in 1863 Phelan & Collender, a major manufacturer of billiard balls, offered a $10,000 prize for anyone who could come up with a suitable substitute for ivory. A New York printer named John Wesley Hyatt was among several folks who took up the challenge. Hyatt didn t get the $10,000. His innovation, celluloid, was too brittle to be used for billiard balls. But while Hyatt s name won t go down in the billiard parlor hall of fame, he will be remembered as the man who started the plastics revolution. Hyatt s celluloid was perfect for such things as gentlemen s collars, ladies combs, containers, and eventually even motion picture film. In the more than 100 years since the introduction of celluloid, plastics have taken over our lives. Plastic is sometimes the object of ridicule from plastic money to plastic furniture yet even its critics are quick to point out its many advantages. Plastic is cheaper per square inch than wood, metal, and most other construction materials. Certain plastics are extremely strong, approaching the tensile strength of such light metals as copper and aluminum. Some plastic is unbreakable.
Plastic is an ideal material for use in hobby robotics. Its properties are well suited for numerous robot designs, from simple frame structures to complete assemblies. Read this chapter
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to learn more about plastic and how to work with it. At the end of the chapter, we ll show you how to construct an easy-to-build differentially driven robot the Minibot from inexpensive and readily available plastic parts. Included in the robot design is a simple wired (or tethered) remote control that can be used in the other example robots in this section.
8.1 Types of Plastics
Plastics represent a large family of products. Plastics often carry a fancy trade name, like Plexiglas, Lexan, Acrylite, Sintra, or any of a dozen other identifiers. Some plastics are better suited for certain jobs, so it will benefit you to have a basic understanding of the various types of plastics. Here s a short rundown of the plastics you may encounter.
ABS. Short for acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, ABS is most often used in sewer and wastewater plumbing systems. The large black pipes and fittings you see in the hardware store are made of ABS. It is a glossy, translucent plastic that can take on just about any color and texture. It is tough, hard, and yet relatively easy to cut and drill. Besides plumbing fittings, ABS also comes in rods, sheets, and pipes and as LEGO plastic pieces! Acrylic. Acrylic is clear and strong, the mainstay of the decorative plastics industry. It can be easily scratched, but if the scratches aren t too deep they can be rubbed out. Acrylic is somewhat tough to cut because it tends to crack, and it must be drilled carefully. The material comes mostly in sheets, but it is also available in extruded tubing, in rods, and in the coating in pour-on plastic laminate. Cellulosics. Lightweight and flimsy but surprisingly resilient, cellulosic plastics are often used as a sheet covering. Their uses in robotics are minor. One useful application, however, stems from the fact that cellulosics soften at low heat, and thus they can be slowly formed around an object. These plastics come in sheet or film form. Epoxies. Very durable, clear plastic, epoxies are often used as the binder in fiberglass. Epoxies most often come in liquid form, so they can be poured over something or onto a fiberglass base. The dried material can be cut, drilled, and sanded. Nylon. Nylon is tough, slippery, self-lubricating stuff that is most often used as a substitute for twine. Plastics distributors also supply nylon in rods and sheets. Nylon is flexible, which makes it moderately hard to cut. Phenolics. An original plastic, phenolics are usually black or brown, easy to cut and drill, and smell terrible when heated. The material is usually reinforced with wood or cotton bits or laminated with paper or cloth. Even with these additives, phenolic plastics are not unbreakable. They come in rods and sheets and as pour-on coatings. The only application of phenolics in robotics is as circuit board material. Polycarbonate. Polycarbonate plastic is a close cousin of acrylic but more durable and resistant to breakage. Polycarbonate plastics are slightly cloudy and are easy to mar and scratch. They come in rods, sheets, and tube form. A common, inexpensive windowglazing material, polycarbonates are hard to cut and drill without breakage. Polyethylene. Polyethylene is lightweight and translucent and is often used to make flexible tubing. It also comes in rod, film, sheet, and pipe form. You can reform the material by applying low heat, and when the material is in tube form you can cut it with a knife.
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