By David R. Shircliff
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C H A P T E R T W O BODY FRAMEWORK uestor’s body is made from five 8-foot ϫ 1-inch ϫ 1-inch ϫ 1/8-inch strips of aluminum angle. I chose this material over wood or plastic because while slightly more expensive, it is stronger and more lightweight. Also, if care is taken, aluminum is relatively easy to work with. The aluminum angle is used to form two boxes. These boxes are called the upper framework and the lower framework. Once joined, they make up Questor’s body. Before the boxes are constructed each section of aluminum angle used to make up that portion of the body is marked and drilled with holes to be used later in the robot’s construction.
After considering many different methods of attaching the wheels to the platform, I came to the conclusion that the most direct and simple way is to drill holes in the frame and holes in the platform, then bolt them together. Figure 1-3 shows the location of four 3-inch ϫ 1/4inch-diameter holes that are to be drilled on the top of the frame. If you have never worked with metal before or do not THE MOTORIZED PLATFORM 3 FIGURE 1-2. Disassembled motorized wheel. have a strong vise, don’t attempt to drill the holes yourself.
Figure 1-8 shows the correct position of the wheels. You must make sure that the wheels point as straight as possible during the mounting process. Each of the motorized wheels is held to the platform by four 2-inch ϫ 1/4-inch-diameter bolts. With the wheel pointing as straight as possible, take a pencil and carefully mark the location of one of the four mounting holes in the wheel’s frame on the platform. Remove the motorized wheel and drill a 1/4-inch-diameter hole where marked. Now replace the wheel and realign the hole in the frame with the hole now in the platform.
BUILD A REMOTECONTROLLED ROBOT DAVID R SHIRCLIFF by David R. Shircliff