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Название: Servo №6 2009 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2009 Страниц: 84 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 14.11Mб
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Implementing A Low Speed, Low Cost Communications Protocol by Fred Eady LIN is a relatively young network topology used in automobile mechatronics. See how you can apply it to your robotic needs.
A Virtual Laboratory by John Blankenship Samuel Mishal Simulate mechanical systems to streamline the designing process.
Computer Control And Data Acquisition by David A. Ward Part 4: Working with analog signals.
The CheapBot-14 Robot Controller by L. Paul Verhage Add this controller to your robot base of choice for an efficent and cheap learning enviornment.
How To Make Bi-Directional Flex Sensors by John Frizell Flex sensors have a lot of applications in robotics. Here's a simple approach to making your own.
Hagetaka: Bipedal Combat Robot by Andrew Alter Follow the journey of designing and building your own MechWarrior inspired robot.
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Robytes | June 2009 Wings Over Mars, Bot With An Appetite, UAV Employs Fuel Cells, String Climbing Bot, and More!
GeerHead by David Geer First Robot For Cleaning Solar Cells When the solar energy producer cannot bring the panels to the car wash, it is time to bring the car wash to the panels!
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Ask Mr. Roboto | June 2009 Your problems solved here.
Robotics Resources by Gordon McComb Blogging Your Way to Robotics Stardom In this installment of Robotics Resources, we’ll discuss what you need to start your own robotics blog and how to keep your blog fresh and useful to anyone visiting it.
Beginner Electronics by William Smith Build Your Own Atom Nano Board In this month’s article, we’ll use the Atom Nano 28-pin chip and build our own Ultimate OEM Atom Nano development board.
Then and Now by Tom Carroll Automated Guided Vehicles Automated Guided Vehicles or AGVs never seem to make the headlines in news stories these days, as they go quietly about their business on factory and warehouse floors around the world.
The Intro Ant in Combat Zone: Features Thanks to Travis Schmidt, Dan Wiseman, Donald Sung, and Dennis Beck who provided information for this article.
RioBotz Combot Tutorial in Combat Zone: Features SERVO Magazine, as a service to the building community, is summarizing the tutorial in a series of articles beginning with part of Chapter 2, “Design Fundamentals.”
Banebots P60 1:16 Gearbox Review in Combat Zone: Features My P60 gearboxes have arrived and so far, they look very promising. The overall machining quality is vastly improved when compared to the Chinese produced versions.
Black Death in Combat Zone: Robot Profile Black Death has competed in: Motorama 2007, Motorama 2008, Motorama 2009.