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InkBot: Building Your Own Robot That Writes

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armorris
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Very nice project
armorris   5/23/2016 6:33:54 PM
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That's a very nice project. It reminds me of pen-plotters, which you don't see much anymore.

78RPM
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Nice workmanship
78RPM   5/23/2016 1:36:29 PM
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The bot shows nice workmanship with a minimum of wires and unsighly breadboards.

Larry M
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Re: Turtle Graphics
Larry M   5/23/2016 11:12:36 AM
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Well, yeah, but the turtle had zero turning radius. This is usually done by having two independent driving wheels on the same central axis, with passive casters front and rear.

TELL TURTLE RT 90 would leave him centered at the same point.

Do you remember 

:TO SQUARE

REPEAT 4 [FWD 20 RT 90]

 

 

Hilly-Billy-13
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Re: Turtle Graphics
Hilly-Billy-13   5/21/2016 8:32:06 AM
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Bleah I need more COFFEE it should be which not whih

Hilly-Billy-13
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Turtle Graphics
Hilly-Billy-13   5/21/2016 8:31:18 AM
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This poroject brings to mind Turtle Graphics with Small Talk & Logo whih was a variation of Small Talk.

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