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Custom 3D printed magnetic encoder disks for robotics projects

Posted on Friday, January 26th, 2018 in 3D fabrication, how-to by DP

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A how-to on making a custom DIY magnetic disk encoder by Erich Styger:

I’m making great progress with the firmware for the new Mini Sumo Robot (see “New Concept for 2018 Mini Sumo Roboter“). The goal is a versatile and low-cost Mini Sumo robot, and the robot comes with the feature of magnetic position encoders. In a previous article I have explained how to mold custom tires for robots (see “Making Perfect Sticky DIY Sumo Robot Tires“), this article is about how to make DIY Magnetic disk encoders.

Via MCU on Eclipse.

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