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    Hey Phil, I am manufacturing these, send me a...

    Hey Phil,
    I am manufacturing these, send me a message and can sort you out :)
    I have had more great feedback from roboteers at the Cheltenham ER event.

    I am also working on an upgrade for the...
  2. Oh no! Has it broken or was it disassembled for...

    Oh no! Has it broken or was it disassembled for modification? I really do like your machine!

    So I have the bot a weigh on the work scales, and sadly the additional plates I’ve added have tipped it...
  3. So, it is with bit of excitement that i get to...

    So, it is with bit of excitement that i get to say Wanna Chopper is attending Cheltenham this weekend.

    Ive started the upgrades from Portsmouth already but failed to update this post!

    some of...
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    There are more and more reports of people having...

    There are more and more reports of people having success programming the red bricks 70 amp units, there was a post in last few days of someone linking to a working hex file on Facebook group, will...
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    Yeah, using a standard LED, you can add in a...

    Yeah, using a standard LED, you can add in a resistor to reduce the current to stop it from destroying itself. Ebay has lots of prewired 24v leds that have the resistor and series wired leds.

    I...
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    Using a 4s battery may be overkill for this as...

    Using a 4s battery may be overkill for this as you have the rated speed from the motors running at 3s - 3s is 11.1v. Plus you would save some weight from not using the 4th cell.
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    Ahhh interesting. I seen the ones you hammer into...

    Ahhh interesting. I seen the ones you hammer into wood but not these :)
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    That is coming along really nicely, nice solid...

    That is coming along really nicely, nice solid build!
    Love how you used the dremel attachment to cut the wheels. What inserts are those you have used in the hubs?
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    Interested to know if there was an update on any...

    Interested to know if there was an update on any progress on this? :)
  10. My bot was meant to be driven invertible (sadly...

    My bot was meant to be driven invertible (sadly doesnt quite work!) but in portsmouth, my link was cut as the link wire was poking out so you could grab it. I was advised by Greg to poke the wire...
  11. As an update, i have now 2 designs of mounting...

    As an update, i have now 2 designs of mounting options with using the zink screw inserts for M5 bolts, and another design for Barrel nut or Cross Dowels for M6 mounting screws, see image.

    I can...
  12. 3d printing of metals at this time is expensive,...

    3d printing of metals at this time is expensive, seriously expensive, will take a look at it and see what i can do, Do you have a dimensional drwing to hand?

    Another alternative would be to 3d...
  13. Check out for a local makerspace as they may have...

    Check out for a local makerspace as they may have the workshop tools you require, become a member and have access to it when ever you need :)

    This is Maidstones -...
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    I understand. I had no feedback from the...

    I understand.

    I had no feedback from the motor position, so stick forward is drive motor forward, back, drive motor back.
    The only thing stoppuing it from going further was the chassis/floor.
    ...
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    Glad your recovering :) My axe is run from a...

    Glad your recovering :)

    My axe is run from a 150w? scooter motor through a 2 stage chain gearbox giving 5:1 ratio, so not powerful, however it was rnning from a 30 amp electronize esc - as i didnt...
  16. ABS is 'difficult' for most printers due to...

    ABS is 'difficult' for most printers due to warping and climate control requirements.

    PLA is great at printing but brittle.

    PETG is good rounder of both PLA and ABS, and most find it easier to...
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    Hi, what are the dimensions of the 12v 100w...

    Hi, what are the dimensions of the 12v 100w scooter motor? Thanks
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    From Thursday 22nd November 2018 I shall have some more motor mounts in stock.


    I will be machining up some more on Monday pm when I return to work, so shall have some more ready to send...
  19. Argos drill motor mounts.... I have had a...

    Argos drill motor mounts....

    I have had a demand for Argos motor mounts last couple weeks, and I sold my last set that I have in stock today.
    I will however, be making more next week and can...
  20. Hi and welcome back! You will need a suitable...

    Hi and welcome back!
    You will need a suitable esc to run the motor direct from the RX, but as you want to use a contacrot, you will need something that can switch a low voltage output on/off to...
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    Most US suppliers should stock BSPP and BSPT...

    Most US suppliers should stock BSPP and BSPT (same thing (AKA)) and companies like Parker http://ph.parker.com/gb/en/fittings , SMC, and a google search fpr hydraulic fittings give several. Im in the...
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    I would have thought the Ragebridge were OTT for...

    I would have thought the Ragebridge were OTT for a feathweight, and a 3.3 amp battery easily handles the 3 minute battles.
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    Are you able to post pictures of the parts on...

    Are you able to post pictures of the parts on this forum as screenshots? I may be able to take a look at them for you. Will PM
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    if using conbolt drills, go slow and use lots of...

    if using conbolt drills, go slow and use lots of coolant. i was able to drill through 3.2mm Hardox with some cobolt drill bits from Toolstation - about £3-5 each 5mm-7 about
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    potentially, but what is their weight and you...

    potentially, but what is their weight and you will also need to consider the gearing.
    The google search i did shows they are a bit larger than normal drive motors, but this is not specifically your...
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