Now that you have chosen all of the main components for your UAV, you can begin assembly. This guide will try to cover common mistakes when assembling a multi-rotor UAV, as well as provide some helpful hints regarding the setup.
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The ReRo Robot is a robot construction kit that features easy to use hardware design and programming tool. ReRo stands for reconfigurable robot and it’s designed to target younger generations and people with lesser technical skills. Eliminating the tiny screws and nuts was Cyton’s main task to make the reconfigurable robot a reality, they succeeded […]
General Specifications Over the years, many RobotShop customers have asked us about the easiest way to interface a load cell with an Arduino board so they can get accurate weight measurements. Instruments like load cells provide small signal values and need to be amplified for processing, so without additional electronics, these sensors cannot and should […]
The DFRobotShop Rover products have been out for a while and we have received many questions since then on both our support center and on our forum. One common question we get is how to control the rover using a smart phone / tablet?. This tutorial will cover a simple Android-based solution to make this happen for you and your rover!
This article is intended to help you get started with battery monitoring and the buzzer feature present in MultiWii. We’ll cover proper connections / wiring and software setup as it relates to the Lynxmotion Quadrino Nano flight controller (MultiWii compatible).
A 3D printer is a device used to create three-dimensional objects like toys, tools, model airplane parts and more from a digital 3D file. Around 10 years ago, 3D printing was relatively unknown and unused beyond the professional community. The machines were very expensive and sophisticated, specially designed for industrial use and not really affordable for the general public and were used mostly by designers and engineers to make complex pre-production prototypes, or one-off devices. Nowadays, 3D printers are becoming more accessible to the general public, with competitive prices, low maintenance and a multitude of features. With it, the market is experiencing a huge influx of 3D printers, with new models being released almost every week. In the near future, having a 3D printer at home will be as common as having a television or a desktop computer. However, the question remains : how do you choose a 3D printer that fits your needs?
As you may already know, RobotShop offers all Lynxmotion robotic arms & grippers on our online catalog, which are based on the modular servo erector set. So, while you may already have decided that you would like to use a Lynxmotion robotic arm, you may not be sure which kit would best fit your project. This article intends to help you choose the right Lynxmotion robotic arm for your needs.