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Cpnwolfe



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Its all good no rush back to work next week Sad

Post Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:51 am 
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Cpnwolfe



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so much respect for you guys, just got 2 motors,2 esc,1 120mah batt,and receiver stuck to icecream container with double sided tape,dont even have the esc for the brushless on there.....gonna have to cut some wires down. do you guys run with 2 esc's (2 drive motors)? or use something else? and is there a good link on mixing as is drives like a 3 legged dog.

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Philip
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Congratulations on getting it running. Having the weight in so far front of the wheels will make driving more difficult. If you get a chance to come to an event, you can see how everyone does their robot. It will help a lot.

Assuming you are after information on setting up the channel mixing on T6config, here are some screen shots. Hope they help.




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Post Mon Jun 11, 2012 4:41 am 
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Cpnwolfe



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Wow I really haven't posted here in a while, long story short I have been surfing the forums as I moved house and worked. now that its all under control i'm back! 3k has been under a few revisions since I have been on here, I tried to keep it as a pusher, but the manic in me kept trying to turn it into a spinner. as soon as I can rediscover how to post pics and vids i will upload.

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Cpnwolfe



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OK I have been following http://www.robowars.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=934 and I am not getting anywhere step by steps anyone?

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Well I sorta fixed it for you. Could you try resizing it when you upload it to imageshack so it displays better.

*Edit* I reuploaded it to imageshack with 640x480 res so it displays nice then used admin skillz to edit your post. I just put normal image shack url in the IMG tags

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Cpnwolfe



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C35vlgR-dV4[/url]

well seeing as I cannot upload any pics atm (my own fault) here is a short video of my holsaw ant/beetle exploding, skip to 1.25 to see the polu motor head towards my car Very Happy

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dyrodium
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Haha damn so much gyro force from that holesaw! A bit too heavy for an antweight perhaps. Shocked Awesome show though.

I'd ditch imageshack and go with photobucket... can just select the /img link option and it also resizes your images automatically. Much easier! Smile
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Jaemus
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lol oh dear

looks like the pololu motor ended up under your bonnet somewhere - that makes your car a hybrid i think
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How to post images

You need to upload the photo to a host (photobucket works well), get the address of the image (places like photobucket have this available below the image) and then you use the address with the forums IMG tags.

code:
[img]www.yourhost.com/yourphoto.jpg[/img]


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Cpnwolfe



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[img][URL=http://s247.photobucket.com/user/mushieman/media/Facebook/robot%20files/469073_10151498384142918_395620393_o.jpg.html] [/URL]
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Post Sun Jun 02, 2013 9:10 am 
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oh sweet Jesus it worked, I was following the instructions to the letter, forums must just hate image shack. that's what I'm going with anyway.


[img][URL=http://s247.photobucket.com/user/mushieman/media/Facebook/robot%20files/965362_10151498365937918_1722393464_o.jpg.html] [/URL]

righto so here was a very early attempt to make a spinner, very very dodgy.[/img]

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