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Pick Pitbot Up!

Our Robot Are Leaving Body & Paint Shop — LEGO Episode #28

Yeah! PitBot is almost ready!

We are offering a written lifetime warranty on all body repairs! From the moment you enter our site, until the day you pick your Pitbot Robot up, we never quit working for you, always putting your needs first!

It’s our goal to provide our visitors with the highest quality and service on your robot ;)

Fig 1. PitBot are ready to enter the octagon arena mma! see details of the 4-Channel Line Tracker Sensor connections!

The LEGO Sumo Octagon Arena? The SUMO LEGO cage is an octagonal structure with floors of Medium-Density Fibreboard wood chain-link fence coated with tennis ball net assembly. The standard octagon has a diameter of 36 inches (91.44 cm) with a 6.003937 inches (15.25 cm) the same high of a tennis ball net assembly. The cage sits atop a platform, raising it 1 inch (2.54 cm) from the ground.

Fig 2. Sumo Arena based on the SuGo Arena :)
Fig 3. Top view of Pitbot Sparkfun Moto Moster Shield
Fig 4. Side View Showing the position of the 4-Channel Line Tracker Sensor above of a Li-ion 18650 7.4V 1500mAh battery.
Fig 5. Ultrasonic Distance Sensor — HC-SR04
Fig 6. Infrared proximity sensor made by Sharp!

And there you go!

In the next Lego Episode, we’re releasing PitBot into the wild!

Be tuned!

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