R20, mail2code - Construction
The video about R20
About R20Figure 1:
With my project mail2code I would like to make it as easy as possible for you to enter the world of "Physical Computing". If you want to learn programming or are just curious how it works, here is the mail2code project page.
Rover R20 is the first mobile coding station. This robot is at home together with other mechanical colleagues in my RoboSpatium. This project is also free for you and accessible without registration.
The mechanical components of R20 originate from a 3D printer. The construction is so compact that a print volume of 20x20x20cm is sufficient. All parts can be printed from PLA, or if higher temperature stability is required, from PET-G.
About 540g of filament are required in the current stage of development.
The assembly is quite simple. Here the finished rover from all angles.
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Software / DownloadThe schematic and 3D files are included in the download package. The software isn't really finished yet. How it works in principle can be found on the mail2code website.
Test drivesHave a look at my RoboSpatium to see what robots are currently available for a test drive. Have fun!