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Snap Connector

Snap Connector

Print the Snap Connector in the orientation shown in order to maximize it's strength!

Categories:
3D Printed
Creator:
Brian Orr
Created: 2014-01-08
Modified: 2014-12-18
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4.0 Inch Wheel

4.0 Inch Wheel

This is the STL and CMB File for the 4.0 Inch Wheel.

Categories:
3D Printed
Creator:
Brian Orr
Created: 2014-05-22
Modified: 2014-12-18
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Omniplate

Omniplate

The Omniplate offers many variatons on connecting your Linkbots together!

Categories:
3D Printed
Creator:
Brian Orr
Created: 2014-01-08
Modified: 2014-12-18
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Square Snap

Square Snap

This square snap connector is designed by the UC Davis C-STEM Center. This connector allows two Linkbots to move in a stand up position. It can be printed in a 3D printer.  

Categories:
2D Drawing
Creator:
UCD C-STEM
Created: 2014-04-08
Modified: 2014-12-18
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Linkbot Lock Popper

Linkbot Lock Popper

These are attachments you can attach to a Linkbot-L to brute force solve a combination lock. These parts are all 3D printable and use standard #6-32 x .25" long screws you can find at the hardware store, or you can get them from McMaster. After yo...

Categories:
Linkbot-L
3D Models
3D Printed
Software
Source Code
Linux
Creator:
Graham Ryland
Created: 2013-06-07
Modified: 2014-12-18
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Request for a Wiki

David Can you put a Wiki up on this site that allows the building of some educational/learning documentation that could include/point to example python code and details of the Barobo Commands. How does one switch off the beep!    

Categories:
Other
Creator:
Adrius42
Created: 2014-02-12
Modified: 2014-12-10
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4 inches gear

4 inches gear

This 4 inches diameter gear is designed by the UC Davis C-STEM Center. When two wheels, also of different diameter, are used together, motion can be transmitted from one Linkbot to another. It can be printed in a 3D printer.

Categories:
2D Drawing
Creator:
UCD C-STEM
Created: 2014-07-25
Modified: 2014-12-10
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4 inches link

4 inches link

This link is designed by the UC Davis C-STEM Center. When used together with other links, it makes up a mechanism to transmit motion from one Linkbot to another. It can be printed in a 3D printer.

Categories:
2D Drawing
Creator:
UCD C-STEM
Created: 2014-07-25
Modified: 2014-12-10
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Small Wheel

Small Wheel

Small wheel for the Linkbot

Categories:
Linkbot-I
Linkbot-L
Creator:
Adam Ruggles
Created: 2013-05-21
Modified: 2014-12-10
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Spartacus: Automated Combo Lock Solver

This is the driver program used to drive the "Linkbot Lock-Popper", as seen here: .  This particular driver program only works for certain brands of combination locks. It uses several "cheats" to help decrease the number of ...

Categories:
Linkbot-L
Software
Source Code
Creator:
David Ko
Created: 2013-10-11
Modified: 2014-12-10