SERVO June 2015

SERVO June 2015
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  • RoboGames 2015 by Camp Peavy, Bob Allen, Michael Mauldin
    Like a Phoenix from a flame, this classic meeting of the robotic minds returned to San Mateo, CA this year.
  • VEX Worlds 2015 by R. Steven Rainwater
    Highlights of this STEM inspired event.
  • How I Came to Design Extraterrestrial Robot Submarines by Ralph Lorenz
    When the TiME mission proposal was not chosen, then NASA suspended the ASRG program in 2013, all seemed lost. However, new opportunities presented themselves on the concept of an autonomous sub.
  • Animatronics for the Do-It-Yourselfer by Steve Koci
    This new series of articles will explore the many methods, materials, and innovative new ideas to bring your robotic creations to life.
  • littleBits and the ActoBitty by Dave Prochnow
    Magnets and aluminum combine to create ActoBits.
  • CNC Part Creation Workflow by Michael Simpson
    This mini series will break down procedures and approaches to create consistent parts using a CNC machine.
  • The Basics of Soldering by Bob Wettermann, Nick Brucks
    The final installment in this series covers advanced SMT package soldering.


  • Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark
    Your Problems Solved Here
    Wrapping up the 4D Systems’ uCAM-II serial camera project.
  • The Combat Zone by Pete Smith
    Quality Versus Quantity — Or, Why One Axle is Sometimes Better Than Two
    The drums on my Saifu kits have worked pretty well, but when they lose it’s usually been the same problem: bent axles.
  • Twin Tweaks by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
    The Force Servo Arm Awakens
    Not only is the force strong with this device, it can handle fragile cargo as well.
  • Then and Now by Tom Carroll
    Prototyping and Building a Robot
    Read about how robot experimenters can develop and/or refine their robot’s mechanical design by utilizing existing robot platforms and products to build upon.

Combat Zone

  • Skill Building — Drive Better
    in Combat Zone: Features
    Robot combat is a sport with extreme design diversity. You’ll see spinners, flippers, axes, crushers, pushers, and a range of other things constantly pushing the limits of what’s safe and what’s legal to run at an event.

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