Zero2Maker : Robotics – SCOPES Digital Fabrication

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Author

Dhruv Saidava

Summary

Safety while working

Understanding basic safety rules and discussing its importance.

Basic Connection

Learning Simple Circuits, Insulator,Conductor and Power

Flow of Electricity

Understand Voltage, Amp and series- parallel connection.

Working with Motor

Logic of current generation and rotation of motor axis 

Switching with Polarity

Clockwise and Anticlockwise rotation with change in current flow.

Navigation

Using basic logic of current flow and DPDT switch control its navigation.

Challenges

Different challenge to understand Art of Robotics.

 

What You'll Need

Motor 150 RPM

Chassis

Wire

Switches

Switch Box

Connectors

Other ( Clips, Soldering

)Wheels

Adaptor 12 2 Amp

Solder Kit

Extension Cable

Screw Driver

Wire Cutter

Flex Banner 8ft X 5ft

Bag

Motor 60 RPM

Motor 100 RPM

Continuity checker

Multimeter

Activity Cards

For more details check below link

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1nbO4i6d4tkUVmxfC8FnIx-kKvVvkUsHe?usp=sharing

Lesson Materials

The Instructions

All steps for Navigation Bot

Self Learning Challenges for Navigation robot Assembling a robotic car with 4 motors, wheels, chassis. (20 min) Soldering and connecting wires to control motors. (20 min) Connecting motors with 12-volt power supply and moving motors, checking polarities.(45 min) Connecting DPDT switches to control the direction of rotation of motors. (30 min) Making connections in a way that their bots move in all direction. (45 min) more details on this doc https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eMMQ5bn2jidbMtKBkrHrcstc-Yod3tbkKaXHh8uBaXY/edit?usp=sharing

Done

Done

Standards

  • (Fab-Safety.2): I can operate equipment in a Fab Lab following safety protocols.
  • (Fab-Electronics.2): I can follow a schematic diagram and create a circuit including a microcontroller with electronic components.
  • (Fab-Fabrication.2): I can develop workflows across four or more of the following: modeling softwares, programming environments, fabrication machines, electronic components, material choices, or assembly operations.