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Preface Introduction Chapter 1: THE MOTORIZED PLATFORM Preparing Motorized Wheels The Platform Moutning Wheels Third Castor Wheel Finishing Touches Chapter 2: BODY FRAMEWORK Cutting Aluminum Drilling and Cutting the Sections Assembling Framework Mounting Framework on the Platform Mounting the Vacuum Outlet Chapter 3: POWER SUPPLY AND TEMPORARY CONTROL BOX Mounting Batteries and Barrier Strips Wiring Platform Temporary Control Box Control Box Construction Wiring the Temporary Control Box Using the Control Box Chapter 4: REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM Motherboard Wiring the Motherboard Completing the Motherboard Installing and Wiring the Motherboard Using the Remote Control System Chapter 5: ARMS AND SUBSYSTEMS Arms Drink Dispenser The Head Wiring the Vacuum System Chapter 6: SKIN AND FINISHING TOUCHES Skin Mounting Tray Mounting Controls Body Lights and Horn 12-Volt Power Outlet Bow Tie Painting and Trimming the Body Trim Sources Index
First published in 1987 under the title How to Build a Robot for Less Than $300, this edition retains the original premise: building a robot on the cheap. The project outlined here by an experienced teacher is a whimsical remote-controlled robot butler named Questor, which readers can build with little prior knowledge of electronics.