Build Instructions

Lead Screws

Introducing Lead Screws! Lead screws can add linear movement to your robot. The lead screws and axles have a 4mm diameter and are made from stainless steel. Gus Jansson created an XY table to show one use of the lead screw. Other uses include lifting an arm, elevating a platform, raising a scissor lift, and more. The lead screw has a 4mm pitch. In other words, the lead screw nut will move 4mm for every rotation of the lead screw. Lead screws are fast and precise.

See the Tips & Tricks Video #4 on our YouTube page for more. http://youtu.be/xpQUhYisWOA 

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MATRIX Video Tutorials by the RoboGamers

The RoboGamers have put together a couple of great video tutorials on how to build our Quick Start Rover and program it with RobotC. Checkout more of their instructional videos on their RoboGamersTV YouTube Channel. Thanks guys! Great work!

Check out the Quick Start Rover build instructions in the Robot Gallery.

 

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MATRIX Tips & Tricks: Episode 2 – Working with Angles

In this second episode of the MATRIX Robotics Tips & Tricks series our intrepid robot builder Gus Jansson talks about how using some simple geometry with MATRIX can make your robot designs stronger and even more interesting.

For more information download the MATRIX Confluence Points worksheet:

Download the Confluence Points Worksheet (.pdf)

 

 Build the robots featured in this video:

DasBot Build Instructions Tadpole Trike

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