Exhibition / Gallery
Topic: Radio-controlled car
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Jul 11, 2019, 01:38 pm
Look at my new work - a radio-controlled car for my grandson.
I printed all plastic details from BS, PLA, BFlex, PetG on ANYCUBIC i3 MEGA 3D printer.
Tire wheels are made of two-component silicone. Power supply - 12.6 Volt 6800mAh battery.
Everything is controlled by the Arduino nano, the radio link is tuned through the NRF24L01 modules.
The driver for the L298n motor operates at a voltage of 22 volts. I installed 2 voltage-lowering modules, and one voltage-boosting module for the motor. LED headlights have three degrees of brightness.
The car has four transfer case operation modes: 4WD, rear-wheel drive only, front-wheel drive only, and neutral.
The entire machine drawing is made in the SOLIDWORKS 2017 program.
What do you think? Any comments?
Electrical Engineer (Virginia Tech alumnus)
Re: Radio-controlled car
Jul 21, 2019, 04:55 am
This is really friggin cool! Can you post the stl files for others to look at/print?
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