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I would offer hosting it in stafford as im sure i could find somewhere big enough for a day, but location wise i guess im a bit far out compared to where everyone else is, plus id need uber help setting it up haha
- Sat Jul 04, 2009 11:37 am
- Forum: Events
- Topic: Reading Robot Club 19 at Robots Live 24-25 Oct 2009
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do we need to do any special registering with robots live or anything? as when im at stafford getting to reading is a one train trip at certain times so very easy for me to go down, so i will likely bring flipsting to this event, and everyone good luck at aws 29
ah right ok thanks, well thats the working plastic armour flipsting, but without its outer casing to show the name etc, using the left and right on the left stick now, so even though the servo doesnt go fully up as it could, and actually goes some the other way if i make the stick go left, it really...
ive got a working flipsting now, however sometimes when the scoop, powered by the flip switch on the dx5e is in a certain position the robot keeps moving or starts moving, im using a 2x5 5a rc controller, with settings of mixed on, exponential off, lithium off, digital flip, autocalibrate enabled an...
does anyone know where i could get a pair of mini gear motors of around 50-150 :1 ratio for less than the 15 each from techno bots? or even have any spare ones that they do not need, as im very tight on money at the moment and need to buy a sabertooth 5a dual motor controller rc aswell.
- Wed Jun 17, 2009 8:26 pm
- Forum: Antweights
- Topic: Flipsting compontent list 1.god knows what :P
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yeah they are 58g for the batterys, might replace with lighter ones but know that they fit in 150g with everything else and armour depends what my model shop can get, and hmm thats true, itll be the +f versions, which think are slightly improved, dont think are metal gears though, but for 11.50 for ...