Mini 6 Fabricated Robot

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Mini 6 fabricated Robot
This is my next EZ Robot, after helping my grandson Hunter build his first robot.
I have always liked the Six by EZ Robot, so I wanted to build a mini.
Thank You EZ Robot and D.J. Sures.
My Six is powered with a EZB3 controller.
It is made with very simple parts,
micro servos,
aluminum stock,
concrete anchors,
Numerous screws and bolts,
Dollar tupperware type bowl,
2 in 1 Bluetooth speaker.
"Lots of trial and error!"
12 custom fabricated aluminum brackets
42 center punches
42 holes & deburring
I have to say it has been very rewarding, could not include everthing I wanted to build now, have many new ideas to add later.
Hope you like my latest EZ Robot.
Steve S

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Nomad 6R
Commented September 2014
are you planning to make the famely bigger?(robots)
Steve S
Commented September 2014
Yes, eventually Patrick.
I have one more EZB3 (might be saving it for another grandson), and 2 EZB4s that will be shipping soon.
I was surprised of the performance of my new 2 cell Lipo batteries over my old Ni-Cd and Ni-MH packs. Also have a parallel cable to double up the Turnigy 1700 Lipos if I want more run time. The low voltage alarm plugs into the balance leads.
Steve S
Commented December 2014
Mini 6 and JD,
This has to be one of my funniest videos. What ever could go wrong, did!
Mini 6 had numerous voice recogintion extra issues, I kind of thought what to do next but kept recording.
JDs singing was flawless, but cut short, because my Iphone memory was full!
His microphone ball did fall off.
Had to publish twice to youtube. My rural internet is running so slow.
I am having so much fun with EZ Robot!
Steve S



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Robot Doc
Commented December 2014
That is just hilarious !
Nomad 6R
Commented December 2014
steve s

your jd is persistent,he keeps playing his act.haha
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Published on Monday, July 28, 2014