How to control a motor
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Alan B. Pearce wrote:
>>There is a good option for building catipilar track base.
>>Use timing belt inside out so the teeth are the tred. Some belts
>>have a rubber backing that helps with power transfer from the drive.
>>If the environment for the base to run on is clean then the belts could
>>be driven from the touthed side.
>I believe it is also possible to get them with teeth both sides. They are
>but may also help if you are trying to make the sort of beast that wants to
>climb vertical walls (like a staircase for example).
That is what the following robot was designed for. Has a special front-end
pivoting wheel arrangement. A little expensive, but neat looking:
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