Zero2Maker : Robotics - SCOPES Digital Fabrication

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Dhruv Saidava

## 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.

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

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

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## 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.