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Maker Education : Bob the Robot

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Maker Education can help kids to enjoy learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). We at Fun2Do Labs - Open Education Project have published this presentation so that teachers can help their students to learn basics of science using project based activities. This will help teachers in imparting STEM education at an affordable cost.

In this presentation we teach you how to make a toy robot. The parts of the robot have been already printed using a 3D printer.

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Maker Education : Bob the Robot

  1. 1. Making Education OPEN and FUN! Bob The Robot Fun Do Labs TM 2 fun2dolabs.org
  2. 2. Requirements - 1 Cell 9vBob 3D Printed Parts Servo - 4 Fun Do Labs2
  3. 3. Requirements - 2 Arduino Nano USB Cable Arduino Nano Fun Do Labs2
  4. 4. Requirements - 3 Jumper Wire Male to Female Arduino Software (IDE) Fun Do Labs2
  5. 5. Bob Parts 3D printed parts. You can download STL file from : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:43708 Fun Do Labs2
  6. 6. Servo Servo is a motor, where shaft of the servo can be positioned to specific angular positions by sending commands Fun Do Labs2
  7. 7. Battery Battery is used to power the circuit Fun Do Labs2
  8. 8. Arduino Nano Arduino is an open source electronics platform to develop electronic prototypes & products. Fun Do Labs2
  9. 9. Arduino Cable It is called Type A/B (USB A to Mini B) cable and is used for connecting Arduino to PC. Arduino Nano only work with Mini Type B USB cable Fun Do Labs2
  10. 10. Jumper Wire Male to Female Jumper wire is used for interconnect the components without soldering. Male to Female has pin at one end & connector at other end Fun Do Labs2
  11. 11. Arduino Software (IDE) To communicate between software and hardware we need to use Arduino IDE Fun Do Labs2
  12. 12. How to Use Arduino with PC Connect PC with Arduino Type A/B (USB A to Mini B) cable Fun Do Labs2
  13. 13. Arduino Software (IDE) Open the Arduino IDE with code which is available in github https://github.com/fun2dolabs/ArduinoForKids/ tree/master/Bob Fun Do Labs2
  14. 14. Arduino Software (IDE) Click on upload icon Fun Do Labs2
  15. 15. Step - 1 Print all parts (STL files) using 3D Printer Fun Do Labs2
  16. 16. Step - 2 Attach servos in both feet of Bob Fun Do Labs2
  17. 17. Step - 3 Attach both servos in head of Bob Fun Do Labs2
  18. 18. Step - 4 Attach servo socket in both legs of Bob Fun Do Labs2
  19. 19. Step - 5 Fix the head of Bob using screw Fun Do Labs2
  20. 20. Step - 6 Attach legs in both servo Fun Do Labs2
  21. 21. Step - 7 Attach feet in both legs Fun Do Labs2
  22. 22. Step - 8 Attach jumper wire to servo connector Fun Do Labs2
  23. 23. Step - 9 Attach servo orange wire to D3 pin of Arduino Nano (Refer to connection diagram) Fun Do Labs2
  24. 24. Step - 10 Attach servo brown wire to GND pin of Arduino Nano (Refer to connection diagram) Fun Do Labs2
  25. 25. Step - 11 Attach servo red wire to 5v pin of Arduino Nano (Refer to connection diagram) Fun Do Labs2
  26. 26. Your Bob is ready Fun Do Labs2
  27. 27. Servo3 Arduino Nano Connection Diagram D3 Brown Red Orange Servo1 Brown Red Orange Servo2 Brown Red Orange Servo4 Brown Red Orange D9 D10D5 5v GND
  28. 28. saurabh@fun2dolabs.org @skjsaurabh | @fun2dolabs Fun Do Labs TM 2 fun2dolabs.org

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