I would like to fix on a robot model a TV Screen and a PC, and be able to move around with it.
The project would require a stronger platform, ideally with high amounts of torque. I got told that the best place is here to find out.
Therefore I ask:
1. Can the Revolution Roli model tolerate such weight?
2. Can the Wild Thumper 6WD Chassis model tolerate such weight?
Thanks for the kind reply.
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I am using wheelchair motors for my big bot that I expect to come in at 60-70 pounds total.
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Body will be an MDF base with a PVC frame, covered in sheet brass or copper. Assorted other bits and pieces, and it adds up pretty fast.
We may be thinking of a larger tv and pc than you. It will help us tailor a suggestion for you that is more in line with your vison of what you want. I would hate for you to over spend on making a larger robot than you intend because that can increase the costs.
How much does the EZ:1 Robot weigh?
A big part of my design strategy with the EZ:1 and EZ:2 robots is their weight to power consumption ratio, thats why we use fiberglass which is amazingly strong but very light weight. Robots like this are easy to manually move around (when you need to) and have battery run times that can be from 4 to 6 hours of general use (moving around), when static the run time is obviously much longer.