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You need not purchase plastic for all your robot needs at a hardware or specialty store. You may find all the plastic you really need right in your own home. Here are a few good places to look:
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I Used compact discs (CDs). These are a typical denizen of the modern-day landfill. CDs,
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made from polycarbonate plastics, are usually just thrown away and not recycled. What a waste of resources! With careful drilling and cutting, you can adapt them to serve as body parts and even wheels for your robots. Exercise caution when working with CDs: they can shatter when you drill and cut them, and the pieces are very sharp and dangerous. I Used LaserVision discs. These are grownup versions of CDs. With the advent of Digital Versatile Disc (DVD), 12-inch-diameter laser discs are falling out of favor, and they are often available at garage sales and second-hand stores for just a dollar or two each. Make sure the movie isn t a classic, then drill and cut the plastic as needed. As with CDs, use care to avoid shattering the plastic. I Old phonograph records. Found in the local thrift store, records particularly the thicker 78-rpm variety can be used in much the same way as CDs and laser discs. The older records made from the 1930s through 1950s used a thicker plastic that is very heavy and durable. Thrift stores are your best bet for old records no one wants anymore (who is that Montovani guy, anyway ). Note that some old records, like the V-Discs made
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during World War II, are collector s items, so don t wantonly destroy a record unless you re sure it has no value. I Salad bowls, serving bowls, and plastic knickknacks. They can all be revived as robot parts. I regularly prowl garage sales and thrift stores looking for such plastic material. I PVC irrigation pipe. This can be used to construct the frame of a robot. Use the short lengths of pipe left over from a weekend project. You can secure the pieces with glue or hardware or use PVC connector pieces (Ts, ells, etc.)
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Now let s take a hands-on look at how plastic can be used to construct a robot, the Minibot. You can use a small piece of scrap sheet acrylic to build the foundation and frame of the Minibot. The robot is about six inches square and scoots around the floor or table on two small rubber tires. The basic version is meant to be wire-controlled, although in upcoming chapters you ll see how to adapt the Minibot to automatic electronic control, even remote control. The power source is a set of flashlight batteries. I used four AA batteries because they are small, lightweight, and provide more driving power than 9-volt transistor batteries. The parts list for the Minibot can be found in Table 8.3.
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The foundation is clear or colored Plexiglas or some similar acrylic sheet plastic. The thickness should be at least 1/8 inch, but avoid very thick plastic because of its heavy
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Table 8.3 Minibot Parts List
Minibot: 1 2 2 1 1 1 Assorted 6-inch-by-6-inch acrylic plastic (1/16-inch or 1/8-inch thick) Small hobby motors with gear reduction Model airplane wheels 3 1/2-inch (approx.) 10/24 all-thread rod 6-inch-diameter (approx.) clear plastic dome Four-cell AA battery holder 1/2-inch-by-8/32 bolts, 8/32 nuts, lock washers, 1/2-inch-by-10/24 bolts, 10/24 nuts, lock washers, capnuts
Motor Control Switch: 1 2 Misc. Small electronic project enclosure Double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) momentary switches, with center-off return Hookup wire
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weight. The prototype Minibot used 1/8-inch thick acrylic, so there was minimum stressing caused by bending or flexing. Cut the plastic as shown in Fig. 8.2. Remember to keep the protective paper cover on the plastic while you cut. File or sand the edges to smooth the cutting and scoring marks. The corners are sharp and can cause injury if the robot is handled by small children. You can easily fix this by rounding off the corners with a file. Find the center and drill a hole with a #10 bit. Fig. 8.2 also shows the holes for mounting the drive motors. These holes are spaced for a simple clamp mechanism that secures hobby motors that are commonly available on the market.
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