|Remote Control Robot Construction Set (Tire Type)|
|This kit provides parts for wheeled remote control robot. Twin-motor gearbox, crank-axle gearbox, remote control box, ball caster, tires, universal arm (170mm x 8pcs.), universal plate (160 x 60mm), 3mm push rivet (10mm & 8mm length x 24pcs.), and other required parts are included. Clear smoke colored remote control box has 4 channnels and enables control of 4 different movements by adding separately available gearboxes.|
|Construction Example: Arm Type|
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This robot can grab onto and lift objects. The robot can grab and lift objects that are within robot's maximum arm extension width. Adding adhesive material onto grips enables the robot to handle round objects.
*Box and batteries in the image are not included.
|Construction Example: Shovel Type||Construction Example: Bucket Type|
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Crank arm moves the shovel. This robot can scoop up, lift, and drop multiple objects at one time.
*Shovel is cut out from package box.
Crank revolution is transformed into bucket opening/closing actions via the combination of long arms. This robot is good at picking objects isolated by walls.|
*Bucket is cut out from package box.
|*After saving the video to your disk, you can play it using either Windows Media Player or Quick Time Player.|
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|Competition example for remote control robots|
Carry ping-pong balls from the box located in the center of the court to your goal box and contend for the number of ping-pong balls.|
Should use a cabled remote control robot with a power source up to 3V and channels up to 4.
Size should be 300mm on every side. Weight is not limited.
Court size should be 900x1800mm and surrounded with 100mm high walls to prevent balls from falling. The center box and goal boxes should be surrounded with 30mm high walls.
Start lines are to be drawn at a point 300mm away from the front of the goal boxes.
*Click here for the court drawing of court.
Put 50 ping-pong balls in the center box.
Contenders put their robots inside of own goal zone. Robots must not cross or stradle the start line.
Competition lasts 3 minutes and the robot that carried more balls to its own goal box wins. If the score is even, a 1-minute extra game will be held.
During competition, contenders can move anywhere in the court. Snatching balls from opponents is also permitted.
In case of robot collapse or malfunction, contenders can move their robot manually for recovery. Contenders must put their robot to the position mentioned in 2 for restart.
Intentional damaging of opponent's robot is prohibitted.
|This kit contains parts for one model. Images show construction examples. Your imagination is the limit! This kit requires two R20/D/UM1 size batteries for remote control box (not included).|