- The goal of Spout
- Parts list
- Tool list for Spout
- Tools and parts to build a Spout
- Connect the SPDT switches
- Attach the LED eyes
- Wire the SPDT switches
- Create the motor mounts
- Secure and wire the motors
- Install on/off switches
- Connect the LEDs to an on/off switch
- Attach Spout's antennae
- Add Spout's tail
- Give Spout some grippy feet
- Spout in a maze
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- Hmm. This parts list is not really detailed enough for someone just getting started. I've been to digikey, mouser, and many others, and the information given here is not really sufficient to correctly identify the bewildering array of parts on offer at those sites. Can you please be more specific by including part numbers?(4 votes)
- Hello Lazysndvl,
This would be very difficult as the available parts are constantly changing.
Recommend you look to Adafruit, Sparkfun, and Instructables for tutorials and parts.
Please don't look at the robot as the end goal. Instead, consider the journey, the lessons learned, the successes, and the many failures we have along the way. Know that I have let the "magic smoke" out of many components! Now it's your turn.
- where will we get these parts(2 votes)
- There is more to the right of the form. It lists vendors where you can purchase the items.(1 vote)
- this seems very simple
I'm going to build it(1 vote)
- can there be tips to make one(1 vote)
- Before i click the link, is this robot under $30?(1 vote)
- Yeah it should be free but as one of the people that work with shipping I can tell you that you have more than free shipping to worry about.(1 vote)
- can the parts used on microbit?(1 vote)
- is there a list of parts for 1 person?(1 vote)
- Why is it that when putting a robotic invention people make it so complicated when it ain't?(0 votes)
- How would the bot be from $5 -$10?(0 votes)