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  • 09/04/2019

    Produto conforme anunciado e veio bem embalado sem danos. A entrega foi rápida.

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  • 09/07/2019

    chegou como esperado. porém achei a embalagem muito frágil. O controle de PS2 veio fora da embalagem de papelão. Não montei ainda estou com medo de ter danificado.

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  • 12/01/2020

    Review video in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o57UedZZ1xk

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  • 22/05/2019

    très bien et fonctionne parfaitement merci

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  • 20/06/2019

    DIY Arm Robot Car Package Unboxing! Interesting Arduino Project! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gK2UZWketnw

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  • 06/02/2021

    Hello I have no instructions in the package , or CD , could you send them by email? Hello I have no instructions in the package, no CD, could you send them by email?

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  • 30/10/2021

    poor packaging

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  • 02/05/2018

    The robot can be fully assembled using the video-documentation provided in the link in the description. Every single stage of assembly is shown in the 15 (or so) videos. Speaker voice is in Chinese, but that does not matter. In order for the robot to work, you will have to flash another (provided in the downloads) firmware. This means you have to know some basic Arduino skills. As far as the robot goes: the small LED display shows voltage for the batteries. The included battery charger for the 18650:s is "dumb" - no IC:s whatsoever. This means it has to be monitored while charging. I will get a better charger or simply replace the 18650 solution wit AA:s. The servo for the claw is underpowered to handle the friction in the gears opening and closing the claw. As for construction: the arm is mounted on top of the "car" in such a way that it cannot reach the floor (upon which you have placed the robot). This is a trivial problem since you can cut away some of the front of the chassis. The TX/RX solution in this robot is radio-based. The remote (PS-controller) is really nice. In all, some fun building with a kid - my 9 year old followed along the videos and managed a lot by himself. NOTE: there are different screw lengths included in the kit. Use as short a screw as you can in each instance. Reserve the non-friction nuts for placement in the acrylic (you'll find out what I mean).

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  • 17/11/2019

    I put this together in about 5 hours. The videos help alot but unfortunately I don't speak or read Mandarin. They are very large files to download. They are good enough, though, that one can just copy what they do on the video. I had to change the software code a little to get the motors working in the right direction and the claw to work properly The PS2 controller works great. I like the feature where the battery voltage is always available. Some of the hardware was missing (like a couple of brass stand-offs and some of the smaller screws) but nothing major. Be careful with the servo pinouts, one is different that the other three (ground and 5V is flipped). It says so on the PCB so if you are paying attention, it won't be a problem. They also mention it in the video.. Looks like there is room for expansion to add some more features. Possible projects would include adding lights, adding sound, adding display, adding camera. Package came in good condition. Took about 2 months to get, however.

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  • 03/04/2018

    The specifications of the shield motor do not appear in the instruction manual. Could you send me, by email, the specification of motor control shield? I need the specification, because i woould like to add some sensors to robot like ultrasonic or path following or indrared sensor... Thanks

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