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08 The Multi-Rotor Hobbyist
by John Leeman
Adding Telemetry to the ELEV- 8
Pilots of regular aircraft have a panel of instruments that
indicate important parameters such as the aircraft altitude,
air speed, attitude, and engine system status. So, this
month, we are going to add a telemetry kit to the ELEV- 8
v3 to get real time aircraft data sent back to our tablet in
16 Building the KReduCNC
by Michael Simpson
In this session, we are going to install the clamp table. The
clamp table is the surface you use to attach your stock. In
addition to the table, we will be mounting the KReduCNC
electronics inside the frame. We will also be doing some
cable management in order to get our machine ready for
32 Animatronics for the Do-It-Yourselfer
by Steve Koci
Power to the Robots
Although getting power to your props is not one of the
most exciting parts of the building process, it is crucial that
it is addressed in order to be sure your characters have the
power they need to perform at their best.
37 Symbiont Sensors
by Dave Prochnow
Here’s an easy way to add sensors to your robot with no
battery, no wires, and no switches, plus you get Bluetooth.
Meet the Cypress solar-powered Bluetooth Low Energy
48 Nomad: The Evolution of an
by Jeff Cicolani
This is an update to my March 2015 review of the Nomad
chassis kit from ServoCity. The project is on-going, and I've
learned a lot along the way.
54 Roll Your Own Turtlebot
by Alan N. Federman
What if you could easily build the equivalent of a Turtlebot
for under $300? I’m going to show you how easy it is.
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