We’re getting closer to a finished CNC machine! This time, we are going to install the clamp table.
Although getting power to your props is not one of the most exciting parts of the building process, it is one of the more crucial aspects.
Here’s an easy way to add sensors to your robot with no battery, no wires, and no switches, plus you get Bluetooth.
This is an update to my March 2015 review of the Nomad chassis kit from ServoCity. The project is on-going, and I've learned a lot along the way.
What if you could easily build the equivalent of a Turtlebot for under $300? I’m going to show you how easy it is.
Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
The People Behind the Evolution of Robotics
A discussion on why the evolution of robotics occurred the way it did, and who drove the latest growth activity in robotics with newly-formed companies.
The Multi-Rotor Hobbyist
by John Leeman
The Multi-Rotor Hobbyist — Adding Telemetry to the ELEV-8
As multi-rotor pilots, we often have to operate by look and feel. So how about adding a telemetry kit to get real time aircraft data such as the altitude, air speed, and attitude sent back to our tablet in the field.
To robot fans and builders who still have some shred of non-metallic awareness, there is another form of art in our sport.
Avoid showing up to your next competition with a handful of items you didn’t bring.
Find out the winners and losers at this 10th anniversary NERC competition.