Just a little update, here is the video from the Bot Fest pilot -
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So I’ve finally finished everything on my bot, however I would like to drive my Ant with the left controller and operate the weapon (lifting arm) with the right controller on my Devo 7E. However I’m really not getting it... I have one Jr plug with only the white cable, I have one Jr plug with Red, B...
Assuming these are the N20 motors, I'd just unscrew it via the two crosshead screws that you can see when looking at the output shaft. Having just done it to a old motor I have, the whole brass section (plus the gears) just comes away as one part so you should just be able to clamp that down and us...
Thanks guys! I'd been having some problems with stiff retracts. Dont worry about it Mate, weve all been there :p hahaha I don't know if its a son thing, but my son as well loved Hobgoblin!! As did I, so im proper happy those Files are there! Blew me away!! Just need a 3d printer now hahaha :p Bad W...
I don't really every want to use it again, So im not worried about that, its far too slow sadly. But yeah Ill remove the 2 screws and then what the gears will slide off? Yeah I'm mounting it with the plastic clamp from Nuts and bots site. Ohhh So should I be taking the actual silver metal motor bit ...
Some really Great builds! nice! The height your getting in that test video is insane! In my head that's how my flipper is.... hahaha Sadly its not in reality though hahaha
Hey guys, just after abit if help, I have an event next week, and I’m entering 3 Ants and the third Ant is a 4 motored flipper bot, sadly out of the 6 motors I ordered only 3 of them are the same speed (fast) and the others are hopelessly slow! I did originally have the slow ones set up, but after 3...
- Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:19 pm
- Forum: Antweights
- Topic: Newbie - DasMikro Burnout
- Replies: 21
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I too am a Noob but something similar happened to me last week, a Smoking DasMikro! I feared the worst when I saw/smelt it. However I quickly unplugged the Lipo and really spent time going over every solder point, and making sure nothing was touching, and then tested it and it has been working fine ...