1. DC Motor 45 rpm
2. DC Motor 400rpm
4. And other pre-casted structures of mild steel
5. Thin rods
6. Bearings, bolts, nuts, screws, etc.
We had to make a crane. On the top of the car we made the other day, we had to mount a crane system with two degrees of freedom.
They gave us the idea, but it was not as simple as the first day assembling. We had to make the arm move using a motor(45 rpm) and gear system.
And by using the 400rpm motor we had to make the collector move too. After a lot of hard work and thinking we finally managed to make our crane. We tested it, and of course it worked !
Have a look at our crane ! or should I call it a ROBOT ?
So this was our two days workshop on robotics. I agree that what we made can be called a robot, but what I had thought was something like this ! (remember my perception in the beginning?)
I would like to share one more thing. While teaching the guy suddenly asked, " Is anyone's birthday today ? ", and yes it was A***** (girl) birthday !! Oh my God, how the hell did he know ?
We all sang happy birthday song for her. Its not over yet, he also gifted her a roboitcs T-shirt ! Cool na !!
But not for Lokesh Harnal , he is busy in connecting our crane to the computer, using led, diodes, microcontroller, ics, resistor, capacitors, and other stuffs. He is making some circuits and will connect it to the computer's printer port and the crane.
Now if this happens, it will feel like a real ROBOT :)