The beam robot

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THE BEAM ROBOT

Name of the proyect: The Beam Robot

Objectives:

• This is a relatively simple proyect, it is a walker type robot. The objective is to make a walking four legs insect robot.This robot is based on a similar one designed by the Canadian JérômeDemers.

• This robot uses uses a simple control circuit, a single servomotor, and a single gear to create a four-legged walker• It shows the use of a popular circuit, the timer circuit Bicor BEAM two-node sends a control signal back and forth between nodes creating a movement back and forth in the motor and gears and both legswire subject to the gears.

Theory

FREE FORM CONSTRUCTION
We will use the intergenerational circuit 74HCT240. This chip is a bufferoctal investor. This means that a chip with eight logic gatesthat invert the signals that reach them. Everything is reversed, then a low signal becomes a high signal and high signal becomes a low signal. By combining the three doors on one side and three on theother side (soldering the pins or legs of the chip). the signal passing back and forth between the two nodes sends pulses high and low (or "on" and "off") to our servo motor. The result is anoscillatory motion of the motor shaft to the gear transminte and from them to the legs made of thick wire.

BUILDING THE BODY OF THE ROBOT
The body is made from a servo motor that has several gears. Ifnecessary, adjust this. Notice that in which we will place a thick copper wire in the part of abajo.Use a large gear cut in half one half is attached to the servo motor shaft and the other goes on thewire holding the legs grueso.Ambasmiatdes of alambre.El gear in turn is attached to a plastic disk or other gear.

Procedure

1.Combine the three doors on one side and three on the other side(soldering the pins or legs of the chip). the signal passing back and forth between the two nodes sends pulses high and low (or "on" and "off") to our servo motor. The result is an oscillatory motion...
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