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I Built a Military Robot

42 6 Intermediate
Mobile, military robot optimized for use in desert environments which can be controlled remotely or autonomously and can collect/ stream video to a VR headset via its front mounted camera. The method of movement is a continuous track, created using steel roller chain connected by fasteners with 3D printed links. These loops sit on a custom designed drive sprocket and idler sprocket with 4 shock absorber loaded roller pins that act as the suspension system. The drive motors are powered by '18650' batteries, directed by a raspberry pi 4 and connected to a motor controller. For connectivity, a mobile device can connect to the pi's external antenna as it is a WiFi access point. From here, directions can be sent to the robot from the mobile device using the Node Red GUI and additionally, the entirety of the main raspberry pi computer can be accessed for the use of sending custom commands for autonomous movement.

How to design Complete Robot using Voice Assistant like JARVIS in Fusion 360

13 1 Intermediate
4-wheeled Robot Design Frame is 3D printable. Components - 1. Raspberry pi 4 2. Sony WebCam 3. Normal 3.5 mm jack Speaker 4. Custom Frame 5. MI 20000 mAh powerbank 6. 100 RPM Dual Shaft BO Motor - Straight with wheels Custom Voice Assistance code is running in background. Voice assistance code is connected with database which is having values like quantity and dimensions of components. Mail me for Jarvis source code. Like this video... 🤘

Gear "Module" Explained in 1 Minute

7 2 Beginner
#GearModule #Gears #Module https://amzn.to/3fjbhH3 Module=d/N (d is pitch diameter and N is number of teeth) Number of Teeth = Reference Diameter/ Module Reference Diameter = Module x Number of Teeth Reference Pitch = Module x Pi Like and subscribe for more!

Static Simulation in Fusion 360! Bicycle Crank Arm Tutorial

5 0 Beginner
0:25 Simulation Start 0:56 Simplify 1:31 Materials 2:02 Constraints 2:58 DOF View 3:23 Loads 4:52 Solve In this tutorial, we will create a static simulation for our bicycle crank arm in Autodesk Fusion 360. We will simplify our assembly, to remove the fittings, then add a material, constraints and a load to the end of the arm. When we solve our assembly, we will end up with the amount of deformation. We will then run the simulation again once we core out the inside of our crank arm to see the difference in the analysis.

Static Stress Simulation: I-Beam Bending in Fusion 360! Tutorial

3 0 Beginner
How to do a static stress simulation on an I-beam in Fusion.

IGES Vs STEP | similarities & differences | which file format is better for CAD software users

0 0 Expert
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