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A highly-compact rack-and-pinion rover large enough to house a standard differential and carry a programmable brick.
About this creation
Just how small can you build a rack and pinion robot? Probably smaller than this. Probably not, however, if you leave enough room for a programmable brick and a differential. The gear reduction in the drive wheels enable it to travel slowly, with some power. The steering is a little fast; this can be solved by instead using a wedge belt wheel.



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  January 7, 2012
AWESOME COMPACTNESS!!!
 I like it 
  March 11, 2008
These are some great renderings. How did you do them? I understand that you used POV Ray and Global Illumination. Could you explain the process or point to a good tutorial? Oh, and of course it's a great robot, too ^_^
 
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