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Guys Name It.

This is the robot we made out of foam board... Inspired from Omnibot 3000... Guys please name it...

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Thanks a lot @DJ , She is 3 feet tall...

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Wow @pranav, that's awesome! Great idea with using form board, should make your robot pretty light weight. What about the name Navbot 2500?

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STSB Strong tall stylish bot.

Try acronyms that sound good.

#8  

That looks awsome! It is hard to believe that it is put together from scratch. You refered to it as "she." A feminine play on the name "EZ-B" could be something like. "Ezzibell."

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Here is a short list of male names I could think of. I will try to give another list for female names soon:

Chip Alphie Cronos Zip Torg Huey Dewey Louie Proteus Hector Tik-Toc Evolver Weebo Bender Harlie Zeke Zac Zozo Robby Cye Solo Sid Lance Sparky Toky Zeebo Skeeter

#10  

Here is a short list of female names.:

Galatea EVE Lana Lesli Maria A.N.I. Elly Valerie Rosie Dot Elsa Naomi Pixie Rya Tina Jennifer Lucy Ping Demi Diana Alisa Electra

#11  

Those are all pretty good names... This is how the robot looks now...

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It was wishing everyone in my college this way... Many students were attracted to d robot...

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#12  

I would call it F.O.A.M.E.O.: Functional Operational Android Manufactured for Efficient Observation

#13  

FOAMEO is awesome.... I thought I would name her NOVA.. How is it guys?

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Sounds good to me. Sort of space/futuristic like.

I'm telling you man, Nova's really getting to me. I want to make one!

Let me rephrase that: I REALLY want to make one!

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Thank you @Technopro

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Alexi 3000 ..... , lol it's not what you think though, it was the name plate on the tram that led into the hive in resident evil the first movie. I was watching it this morning.

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Those are a lot of good names.

I liked Foamy.;)

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How'd you build it? Wooden frame? Or is it all foam board?

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It is all foam board...

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Here in India, it is 2300 rupees... That would end up at $30-$35 for the whole foam board... Used 5mm thick foam board for base and 3mm for the remaining shell...

I have lot of board still left out... So we're now making a hexapod, I can say a replica for DJ's SIX... I loved that bot...

#22  

@pranav , you should get the REAL SIX:)

#23  

Up here you get smaller pieces for twice the price sadly.:( Well, not all hope is lost. Maybe buy some board during the Christmas sales.:D

Did it take fairly long to build? I'm very interested so I hope you don't mind I'm asking so many questions.

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Nope not at all @technopro , This community has taught me so much, this is the only way i can prove worthy of it... It took around 3 days to build the whole robot.. Coz we had to go to college and come back and work on it in the nights.. So it took 3 days... If you sit on it full fledged, it can be done in a day or two... Wouldn't be possible without a friend of mine named Pruthvi... :)

Josh, I come from a middle class family. I took home tution for 8 months to buy a EZ-Complete kit... I didn't have enough money to but an omnibot 2000 from ebay... So, built it from scrap... I love DJ's SIX and JD.. But I'll have to wait for atleast an year to make money for it.. So in the mean time, I would build one myself...

#25  

Very cool. You might just find a replica floating around soon!:D

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Thanks @technopro ... These are some of the works of my friend Pruthvi who helped me complete the robot...

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I used 300rpm motors which have a torque of about 10 Kg-cm... I used an L298n motor driver to control them... Any more questions? Feel free to ask...

#31  

Do you have any links to the motors? I have an l298n on order so I'm good there.

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I actually bought it from a local supplier... The whole bot ended up at some 6-8 Kgs... So, I selected the motors that have a torque of about 10Kg-cm...