I have written a small test program for picking up a container from a pre-defined place. It is still a bit slow, but it works.
For 2017, we are building a robot arm with 6 degrees of freedom.
Our Flickr page has been updated with some new photo’s of the Delivery Station for Lego World 2016. You can click on the picture below to view the photo’s or click here.
The Sioux.NET on Track team has made new plans for the layout that will be demonstrated at Lego World Utrecht in 2016. In this article, you’ll find a summary of these plans. Stay tuned this year for some nice buildings and of course, lots of programming!
On day 1, our train has run about 100 complete rounds. Delivering the same amount of candy to the children. Everybody was impressed by the layout and the magic of our fully automated train, card reader, candy rotation stock, candy crane and the delivery station.
The last weeks were rather hectic. Finalizing our fully automatic train layout was just like a real project: strange errors, unreliable bluetooth, confused light sensors. We had it all. But we made it! Continue reading
At our Youtube channel, I have uploaded the final version of the Candy Rotation Stock (CRS). In the picture below, you see the CRS in the test set-up.