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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. John Blankenship taught computer and electronic eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book; Length. Read Online or Download Robot Programmer's Bonanza PDF The purpose of this ebook is to survey a couple of chemicals that chemists, either theoretical. The material in this eBook also appears in the print version of this title: ISBN: .. Robot Builder's Bonanza, Fourth Edition, is all about having fun while learning.

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I told you that Gordon makes no assumptions about your skill level, and that becomes very apparent in Part 2 of the book when he introduces you to the various safety issues, tools and their usage, and the standard techniques used in robot building. Coverage of materials is excellent, and Gordon discusses wood, plastic, and metals, each in their own chapter along with solid examples of cutting, drilling, and other robot manufacturing methods specific to those materials.

After each materials chapter, you'll also find a follow-up chapter that gives you a hands-on robot to build, complete with parts list including options , templates, and step-by-steps to build each of the robots. I was particularly impressed with the plastics chapter, mainly because it's a material I prefer to work with given its price and how easy it is to cut, drill, glue, and modify.

That said, the metals chapter was just what I needed to expand my limited knowledge on working with various metals for building frames and on selecting the thicknesses and types of metal used in various situations.

Gordon also provides excellent coverage of fastening theory — nuts, bolts, screws, brackets, and more. I work with wood quite a bit, but even I was surprised at how much I did NOT know when it came to properly connecting various materials. I'd like to add here that throughout the book, Gordon does a top-notch job of providing tons of images — photos, schematics, templates, and close-up images of the various topics of discussion.

The line drawings in this book are sharp, easy to read, and very accurate. I don't know who the tech editor was on the book, but a tip of the hat to an outstanding job of catching errors and fixing them before they made it to print. Part 3 of the book covers batteries — all kinds, really.

You will get a solid education in batteries, power systems, wiring, and other basics of electricity. Want to learn the pros and cons of the various methods of moving a robot around? Coverage of wheels, legs, tracks, and other interesting methods are covered, along with some of the most detailed coverage of motors I've seen in any robotics book. The chapter on DC motors and the chapter on servos are, in my opinion, worth the price of the book just based on how many questions they answered, many of those being questions that had never even occurred to me!

Seriously — pages to will give you everything you ever wanted to know about motors, shafts, bushings, bearings, rotation, control, mounting, drivetrains, linkage, gearing, and I'm sure I've forgotten something I have absolutely no idea if or when I'll ever use this information, but it's such a cool technology you may have heard it called Muscle Wire or Flexinol that I'm just glad to be aware of it and understand now how it works.

By the way, I'm now up to page , not even halfway done with the book yet. Part 4 of the book begins a section of robot projects that are used to teach some basic theory.

Following that is a project to build a 4 wheel robot, a more complex design but Gordon doesn't skimp on the coverage of what's involved in making a 4 wheel robot that can turn properly.

He even includes some basic instructions for using a chain drive to control the front and back wheel in a pairing. English Number Of Pages: Help Centre.

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