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Название: Servo №10 2009 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2009 Страниц: 84 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 12.0Mб
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Rockin’ Robot Style by Joe Shearer Former showbiz PIzza animatronic band members reunite in a "Rock-afire Explosion."
Robotics Software Engineering - Part 2 by Fulvio Mastrogiovanni Current trends in software development for robots are discussed.
CCS Mechatronics by Fred Eady This time we'll take a look at the softer side of robot construction and write some basic machine control component code using Custom Computer Services' C compiler.
Creepy Hyrbid - Part 2 by Alan Marconett This time, we'll program the microcontroller and the servo controller board to complete this unique platform.
Build a Building Block: A Dual Serial Motor Controller by Martin Weiss A serial interface will be used to facilitate commincation between the master and the motor controller, making this a great building block for a variety of applications.
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Robytes | October 2009 Stimulating Robot Tidbits
GeerHead by David Geer Adept Quattro Handles Solar Cells With Care The Adept Quattro s650H is an industrial robot with four parallel arms mounted on a rotational body. The arms are extensions of four motors, one motor per appendage. These arms are a good fit for processing crystalline silicon wafers for solar cells as they produce more solar cells per hour than human employees do.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Ask Mr. Roboto | October 2009 Your Problems Solved Here.
Beginner Electronics by William Smith PICkit 1 Programmer The PICkit 1 is a leaded design so you can see all the components that make up the programmer, so things can easily be fixed if something fails on the board.
Robotics Resources by Gordon McComb Here Come the (Paper?) Robots! At least once a month, I get email from a mom or grandparent asking for my advice about the best robot kit for their seven year old. Oh, and they don’t have much money to spend, so can the kit be under $20, and preferably under $10?
Then and Now by Tom Carroll Robot Animal Strive to Match Humanoids in Realism It didn’t take inventive designers and experimenters long to determine that creating realistic robot human beings was close to impossible.
Shaka in Combat Zone: Features In late 2007, I began the design and construction of my first combat robot over three pounds: a 30 pound featherweight.
RioBotz Combot Tutorial summarized - Materials: Part 2 in Combat Zone: Features Last month, SERVO summarized the first part of Chapter 3 — “Materials” — focusing on commonly used metals in combat bot building. This month, we switch focus to non-metals.
Coloring Titanium in Combat Zone: Features A curiosity about titanium is that its surface can be colored without paints or pigments; just using Coke (or Pepsi) in a technique called electrolysis or anodizing.
Gulf Coast Robotics Sports 2 in Combat Zone: Events July 11th was the second Gulf Coast Robot Sports event at the Robot MarketPlace in Bradenton, FL. Fifteen robots showed up for a chance at one of the prizes, totaling over $150.
Thoughts of a New EO in Combat Zone: Features So, you’ve been building robots for a while and now you want to put on an event. Sounds easy enough, in theory.
Professor Chaos in Combat Zone: Robot Profile Professor Chaos has competed in: RoboGames 2008 and RoboGames 2009.
Bots In Brief | October 2009 A Battery Of Balance, EyeBot Can See Y ou, 'Plane' And Simple UAV, Give Us A Hand, And More.