So in this part I will make a concept of a leveling system for the cutting blades. My idea is that the cutting blades can be leveled with the help of two actuators. Why? First, the idea is that it will be able to know when the motors are running too heavy. If they are, the blades will gradually increase until they rotate easy. if thats not possible, they will shut down and the mower will try to find another way. Second they will also be controlled from the setting, making it possible to set in what region the grass should be lower etc. Please note that the cutting blades are only for demo purpose.
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The Print for the first part for the Valify Robot lawnmower finished this night. I was already aware of the cracking on the outer shell I spotted it when I got home. But I let the print continue, because it was so close to finish (7h). The total Print time landed around 45h and wasted […]
As I told you before I have never worked with Robot Operating System (ROS) before. ROS is an open-source, meta-operating system for your robot. It provides the services you would expect from an operating system, including hardware abstraction, low-level device control, implementation of commonly-used functionality, message-passing between processes, and package management. It also provides tools and libraries for […]
Tonight Part 10 was finished, the second wheel for the Valify Robot lawnmower. The print took around 44h and conusmed approximately 550grams of PrimaSelect PETG filament. I was running this part with 3 shells and 15% infill because the wheel has to handle bumps and other forces. The part that came out OK. I could see minimal lifting […]