View Full Version : [Project] RSV2 mobile base

04-25-2008, 02:53 AM
Hi Guys, I (4mem8) thought I would put up some photo's of a weekend project making a robotic base. This project would be a good exercise for members and others in constructing a simple robotic base. The base is constructed of alloy, the wheels from an R/C toy and casters which were lying around, some parts have to be made. Motors and motor drivers will vary depending on what you have or install. This is for the basic frame only. I have included the finished robotic base photo. The rest of the details on how to build it will follow underneath if you follow the links, The whole project is to much to upload here so I have put links to my web page for the tutorial. Update: as of writing this project has now not turned into a weekend project, I got carried away and has turned out to be quite a large project.


Here are the chapters for the tutorial below. Followed by the links,

1 Frame assembly
2 Wheel assembly
3 Installing the motors
4 Fitting the casters
5 Installing the motor controllers
6 Installing some of the electronics
7 Making the Perspex base
8 Installing the batteries
9 Installing the electronic brains
10 Installing the IR detectors
11 Installing micro switch bump sensors
12 Installing the distance sensors
13 Fabricating frame
14 Installing Flexi glow rods
15 Watch the video
16 Mounting RSV2 on base
17 Modified RSV2 sensors
18 Shoulder laser cannon and WIFI camera sight
19 P/S 12v to 9v + 6v,3v, + 6v, for laser's, and 4.5 + 5v spare
20 Connecting power supply to RSV2 and robotic base
21 installing RSV2's spare foot and tilt sensors

Part 1
http://robosapienv2-4mem8.page.tl/-Robotic-base-RSV2.htm (http://robosapienv2-4mem8.page.tl/-Robotic-base-RSV2.htm)

Part 2

Part 3
http://robosapienv2-4mem8.page.tl/-Robotic-base-RSV2-prt-3.htm (http://robosapienv2-4mem8.page.tl/-Robotic-base-RSV2-prt-3.htm)

Part 4


Laser cannon

Hope you enjoy, it will take you some time to read through it all.

04-25-2008, 12:53 PM
Again, wow! I really appreciate the walkthrough through the whole project.

Very nice work!

Just as an FYI, the "next" links from page to page don't seem to work...

04-25-2008, 03:13 PM
archcvd: Thanks again for your comments, M'mmm I will have to go back and have a look at those next links, Thanks for informing me.