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Balancing Robot Frame for Youtube Tutorial Series

Print your own self balancing robot for the youtube tutorial series!


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I wanted to follow the tutorial to make my own balancing bot. I didn't have the tools or material to create a frame but I did have a computer and a 3D printer.

Here is the tutorial:

Very educational project. Many possibilities and options on how you program it!
I configured mine to accept PWM commands from my boat remote control radio receiver. I cut a piece of bicycle inner tube and stretched it over the tires to get grip on smooth surfaces.

Materials and methods

No supports needed. Its a very easy print. I printed mine at 0.2mm layers - printed perfect first time no prototyping needed.



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Fdbc9ec9e0189032a6d26203e4ba7982?default=blank&size=40angelina commented ago

It is really informative. After watching the video shared on this site I am able to make a balancing bot 2 bhk flat for sale in kakkanad . A balancing bot can created with the help of a computer and a 3D printer there is no need of any kind of tools.

Bb75da4d7e6f900f5f6d759169083cb1?default=blank&size=40Jotham B commented ago

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