This is an assembly kit of a robot that generates electricity by winding up the hand unit (generator) to create electricity to the motor. The motor is run by electricity, but without the need for batteries since all power is created by the supplied hand crank. Crank walking mechanism transmits movement of crank to arms and making the robot walk, with arms pushing like a Sumo Wrestler. Connection between the generator unit and walking mechanism is ensured by a wire harness and connector. Assembly is easy with snap-on and screw in.
Thanks to a 2-channel remote control, you can make your mechanical insect move forward/backward or make it turn to the left and to the right.
Tamiya now presents the Mechanical Tiger as its next addition to the Robocraft Series. Power from the rotating motor is transferred to the legs via crank plates to make the tiger walk.
Use these roll pins to fix sprockets to a shaft and keep them locked in place.
This is a larger IG32 gear motor robot that utilizes three omni-wheels to vector it in any direction. By changing the speeds and directions of the motors the robot can drive in any direction without needing to turn.