Mini Sumo Robot

  • Brian Evans


We have used many different applications to create our 3D models in this book, but very few have such an intuitive graphical interface as our next application: Google SketchUp. In Chapter 4, we briefly looked at SketchUp for downloading and converting fi les found on Google’s 3D Warehouse for the purpose of 3D printing. Now we will properly use SketchUp to design a multipart robot platform that can be used for mini sumo robot competitions, as well as other nefarious means.


Robot Platform Front Corner Front Motor Intuitive Graphical Interface Idle Wheel 
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