Just Another Omnibot

 
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I got the IR sensors all mounted into the front plate. now to figure out what i want to do with the upper opening Grin

#42

I have no idea why the pictures are being formatted sideways? *stress*

#43

Cool front plate! I laser-cut one with a voltmeter and ammeter.
By the way, there is no such thing as 'just another omnibot'. They're all unique Grin

For rotating, you can view the file in windows explorer, right click on it and choose 'rotate left/right'.

#44

Thank you Niek! How is the rebuild to your omnibot coming along? Have you made any changes since updating your thread?

I made the title a long time ago when it seemed like everyone was working on an omnibot... But yes I agree that no two ez-powered omnibots are the same

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I've been busy rewiring him to make it a bit neater. I've also glued in my front plate and replaced the battery Smile

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My front panel lights finally came in! I have to print an upper plate that houses all of the lights but Im so glad this thing is prewired and will only use one digital port!

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I got the upper panel printed out last night. I just need to add the the tinted plate for the front of the led's and the paint in the TOMY lettering Grin

I will post a video of the lights when everything is all painted and mounted properly

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i think my iphone is the issue with the sideways pictures... ive tried editing them but no change. I will have to use my regular camera from now on... *eyeroll*

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I printed a new head mount for my Omnibot tonight. Really happy with how it came out and cradles the servo

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Mounted the V3 board in the body today. decided to stick with the V3 because its what I intended to put in my project from the beginning and my next project will need both of the V4's i ordered Grin

Also got half of the front paneling wires organized!

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