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A Technical Guide To Building Fighting Robots

A Technical Guide To Building Fighting Robots

Many aspiring roboteers have no background or knowledge of engineering, and just want to build a robot.
At some point they will ask questions such as “How can I use that really cheap motor?”, “How can I build my own speed controller?”, “Why do I lose radio contact when the motors start?”, “How big a battery do I need?” , can I build my own circuit to do…etc. This web site includes a range of chapters on technical matters that will hopefully help.

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