Posts Tagged ‘SolidWorks’

Mecanumbot Gets a New Body August 10, 2012 No Comments

After a few sleepless nights, I have finally milled out the pieces for my Mecanum-wheeled robot body. The outer and bottom body pieces are made out of 1/8″ G10/FR4 Garolite. The top two layers are made from transparent polycarbonite. A thin layer of transparent silicon will be placed on the top-most layer of polycarbonite to [...]

New Quadrotor Frame February 5, 2011 No Comments

I recently decided to update my quadrotor’s frame. This frame was designed in SolidWorks and cut from 1/16 inch G10. It has considerations for a GoPro camera, a downward facing ultrasonic sensor, ArduPilot Mega and Arduino (ArduCopter) boards, and much more. I’m pretty happy about how it came out. Let me know what you think [...]

Grand Challenges LED Display October 6, 2010 No Comments

This year USC is hosting the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenges Summit. One of my advisors at school has been putting in a lot of work for the summit, so I decided to make him this cool little display. It is battery powered and controlled by an Arduino mini. What do you think?