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This All Terrain Robots (ATR) is designed and fabricated in North Carolina USA and fully supported by SuperDroid Robots, an industry leader in robotics. This is a prebuilt 2WD robot that uses our IG42 motors. The wheels are located in the back of the robot and are chain driven with a 32:10 reduction. The bearing is in the wheel, which rotates around a stationary shaft. An single omni wheel serves a the caster/idler wheel in the front. This configuration allows the robot to handle high payloads. 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). 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.
The advantage of using this platform over one of our 4WD platforms is that it can support heavy loads while still being able to turn well. Since it only has two drive wheels and a caster wheel, the robot is able to turn freely instead of having to skid or overcome the friction of another set of wheels.
This robot can be configured with encoders used for telemetry and/or speed control. They are very useful if you are planning on making your robot semi-autonomous. Our motors use hall-effect encoders.
For help selecting the encoder options, read this blog post:
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Contact us if you need help selecting options or need a custom configuration.
Have a robot bring you a beer! This is a prebuilt version of our mobile robot platform equipped with a keg tap system and a keg shell ice bucket. Get a sixth barrel keg and some ice, and you're ready to go.
This 2WD robot kit provides everything needed to turn the chassis into an operational robot. The chassis supports our IG42 planetary gear motors.
The MiniSLAM is a programmable autonomous robot built on the Robot Operating System (ROS). It is controlled using a USB gamepad and the ROS Visualization (RViz) application.
Used for testing, TF02 Single Point Ranging LiDAR, connectors have been changed for testing.