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== Drilling and Milling of Frames ==
 
== Drilling and Milling of Frames ==

Revision as of 02:39, 12 May 2016

We have used three wheeled Holonomic robots to implement our Trilateration formation keeping method. Here we explain how we have built one from scratch. The robots have 3 Degrees of Freedom (D.O.F), they can move translations X and Y and rotation Z (i.e Yaw).


Required Components

1) 1/16 in. Aluminum Frames (12 in. length x 24 in. width) for 3 frames

2) Rapberry Pi Zero

  • OTG usb hub (with atleast 2 ports for wifi dongle, L-CAS Sensor)
  • 3600 mAh portable power bank
  • 8GB MicroSD
  • Wifi Dongle

4) Arduino Pro Mini (for PWMs)

5) Pololu 200:1 Plastic Gearmotor (https://www.pololu.com/product/1120)

6) Solobotic Gear Mount (https://www.pololu.com/product/601/)

7) VEX IQ 63mm Omni Wheels (http://www.robotshop.com/en/vex-iq-63mm-omni-wheels-2pk.html)

8) L298N Motor Controller (http://www.robotshop.com/en/vex-iq-63mm-omni-wheels-2pk.html)

9) 2000 mAh 6V NiMH Battery (with charger) (http://www.amazon.com/Tenergy-2000mAh-Battery-Connector-Aircrafts/dp/B001BCOWLY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1453317372&sr=8-1&keywords=6v+2000mah+nimh+battery)

9) GY-271 Magnetometer

10) L-CAS Ranging Sensor

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Drilling and Milling of Frames

The CAM design for the drilling and milling of frames was done with AutoDesk Inventor. Then the design was exported to AutoDesk Fusion 360 (.stp file) because Inventor was not able produce the G-code for a linux CNC machine that was available to us at the GMU workshop.

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