The Robot Builder's Bonanza

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 753 pages
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A major revision of the bestselling "bible" of amateur robotics building--packed with the latest in servo motor technology, microcontrolled robots, remote control, Lego Mindstorms Kits, and other commercial kits.

Gives electronics hobbyists fully illustrated plans for 11 complete Robots, as well as all-new coverage of Robotix-based Robots, Lego Technic-based Robots, Functionoids with Lego Mindstorms, and Location and Motorized Systems with Servo Motors.

Features a pictures and parts list that accompany all projects, and material on using the BASIC Stamp and other microcontrollers.

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About the author (2001)

Gordon McComb is an avid electronics hobbyist who has written for TAB Books for a number of years. He wrote the best-selling Troubleshooting and Repairing VCRs (now in its third edition), Gordon McComb’s Gadgeteer’s Goldmine , and Lasers, Ray Guns, and Light Cannons . He currently writes the widely-read Robotics Workshop column for Poptronics Magazine .

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