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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: 2016-05-04
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Soccer Field for Linkbot

Soccer Field for Linkbot

This project, conducted at the UC Davis C-STEM Center, shows you how to build a soccer field for your Linkbots to play on. Watch the video to see it in action!    

Categories:
Linkbot-I
Creator:
UCD C-STEM
Created: 2013-12-17
Modified: 2016-05-04
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Linkbot Sharpie Holder

Linkbot Sharpie Holder

I made this for our Making Math Expo so kids could draw shapes with the linkbots.   Enjoy,  Jim If anyone wants the openScad file so they can edit it, just let me know. 

Categories:
Linkbot-I
Creator:
James Town
Created: 2015-03-28
Modified: 2016-05-02
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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: 2016-05-02
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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: 2016-04-25
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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: 2016-04-15
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3 inches link

3 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: 2016-04-15
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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: 2016-04-15
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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: 2016-04-15
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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: 2016-04-15