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- Grandfather, make me a car ....
- What car?
- With wheels, blue ...
In this way, I started designing and developing a children's toy for my grandson.

Technical details:
Size: 21 * 11 * 19 cm
Weight: 870 grams (!!)
Power supply: 2 18650 2500 mA 7.4 V batteries.
Control - remote infrared.
Management options:
- forward movement ;
- backward movement;
- movement to the right with the stop of the left track;
- movement to the left with the stop of the right track:
- turn on the spot to the right / left with the reverse movement of the tracks - "tank turn";
- change the speed of movement in any of the driving modes;
- control of running lights - LED lights, flashing light;
- horn.

The body of the toy is printed on a self-made 3D printer made from FILAMENTARNO! Programming Environment - Arduino 1.06


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Cool project fern12! It looks very nice.

Just out of curiosity, why are you using such an outdated version of the Arduino IDE?

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