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This is our largest and most powerful wheeled All Terrain Robot (ATR) kit. It is designed and fabricated in North Carolina, USA and fully supported by SuperDroid Robots, an industry leader in robotics. The chassis is a rigid gusseted 3/16" thick aluminum frame that is precisely fabricated using state of the art CNC equipment. The wheels are mounted on 1" OD solid steel axles, each of which are supported by two heavy duty pillow block bearings. Two axles are driven by powerful wheelchair motors delivering smooth reliable power. The front and back wheels on each side are chain coupled, giving the robot 4WD. The robot uses differential steering (movement is based on two separately driven wheels placed on either side of the robot body). It can thus change its direction by varying the relative rate of rotation of its wheels and "pivot turn" in place. See our ATR page for more details about our All Terrain Robots. If you need this robot customized beyond the provided options below, Contact us .
This is a complete package that includes everything listed below. The package includes everything needed to make it run! The components and specifications are listed below for the default configuration. Other options, including assembly, using are available at the bottom of the page.
The standard items and options are listed below. They are listed as links and can be clicked to view further details. We offer many different motors, motor controllers, batteries, etc. so you can configure the robot to your exact needs. The weight of the robot, its capacity, speed, etc. depend on how the robot is configured. The item details of the options listed below will specify weights, sizes, etc. This robot platform is a skid steer robot (left and right wheels are slowed down, stopped or reversed to turn). Since it has to skid to steer, friction is the major contributing factor for sizing your components. The more the robot weighs, the harder to turn. The higher the friction coefficient (deep grass, carpet, etc.), the harder it is to turn. The lower RPM motors have lower speed, but more torque for easier turning. The default options listed below are what we recommend as a good starting point. Contact us if you need help selecting options or need custom configuration.
This is our LT2-F NIST qualified security robot with an enclosed robot chassis with rear flippers/stabilizers, camera tilt system, custom controller, video console, and battery charging station.
This is our prebuilt HD2-S robot modified with a 6 axis robotic manipulator arm. This robot has be loaded with all the options and is ready to ship.