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Each wheel is powered by an independent motor. A baseplate is used as a platform. The fingers can be opened and closed by reversing the motor.

The difference between these two types of motion can be seen using a close study of the animation. Final gear reduction is 3: A pair of 14 tooth bevel gears make a 90 degree turn and are followed by another pair.

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Once a memory is selected, you can push Program instrucrions the system will record your inputs, including duration, and including pauses. It rides on two wheels and is balanced by pins at the other two corners. A pair rubber bands pull the pen down against the paper.

The red pundulum shown in the computer image is driven to the left of the motor by the friction in the axle. Motorized Rotating Arm The arm can be rotated side to side using a motor contained in the fixed base. insstructions

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The weight drives a pair of 8 tooth spur gears. The lifting of the arm uses the very same gear system. As the outriggers reach their most outboard position, the attached liftarms become almost vertical, supporting the weight of the leho without backdriving.

Diagonal lines are possible by running both motors together, but tricky to do accurately. The motors can be used independently to create horizontal or vertical lines, or together to create diagonal lines.

A weighted element is used to push the pen down against the paper. Inxtructions pulley then drives a 24 tooth crown gear through a worm gear, resulting in a reduction of about In this position, the path from the motors to the end effector is as follows.

Instructions for 8094-1 – Technic Control Center

Click for an animation of the boom lifting. A pair of 8 tooth pinions then drive a pair of 16 tooth spur gears which rotate in opposite directions.

It cannot slide far enough to become unbalanced and fall off the side. Outriggers Four outriggers are located at the corners for stability. The first blue axle then drives a 24 tooth crown through a worm gear, preventing backdriving of the system. A second set of pinion gears engage the racks and prevent the cantilever moment from tipping the arm off the carriage. The motor drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by two pairs of 16 tooth spurs.

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Motorized Carriage The carriage is motorized to translate on two axes. The pen can be lifted manually.

Next, an 8 tooth pinion mates with another 24 tooth crown, which finally drives a 40 tooth spur gear. On the same axle are a pair of pinions which engage rack gears on the pen clamp.

Instructions For LEGO 8094 Universal Set with computer control

This axle then drives a set of 8 and 24 tooth spur gears followed by a set of 16 tooth spur gears. There is obviously some limit to the amount of memory on the system so it can only record a certain number of inputs, however, I have never found the limit. This causes it to engage the gear system on that side. Since the weight is unbalanced, it tends to rotate the axle. The X axis motor has an 8 tooth spur gear on the output shaft first computer image and drives a 24 tooth spur gear.

Final gear imstructions is When the arm is in the fully down position, the beams making up the 4 bar linkage are bottomed, which prevents the arm from descending any further. The motor drives a pulley through a belt and then a set of 16 tooth spur gears.