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Test Frame To Help Arrange Phoebe’s Wheels

A project log for Phoebe TurtleBot

DIY variant of ROS TurtleBot for <$250 capable of simultaneous location and mapping (SLAM)

RogerRoger 09/11/2018 at 17:270 Comments

Since Phoebe will be a TurtleBot variant built out of stuff already in my parts bin, these parts won’t necessarily fit together well. The first thing to do is to figure out how to make the wheels work together. A simple test frame will mount Phoebe’s two drive wheels and see how they cooperate. And besides, building a two-wheel test chassis is how I’ve started many robot projects and that’s worked out well so far. So now let’s make another one to follow in the grand tradition of two wheel test chassis built to test parts going into SGVHAK Rover and Sawppy Rover.

Phoebe TurtleBot Two Wheel Test Frame

For Phoebe, this simple test chassis established the following:

(Cross-posted to NewScrewdriver.com)

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