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Name: J.Carlos Custodio
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Homepage: http://www.jcrobotics.kit.net


My job is computer maintenance (computer hardware, interfaces, printers, monitors, LAN...) since 1982. I made a lot of projects with PICs processors to. My Web Page intends to exchange robotics informations, like projects, images, links and more. My Robinho and Golias robots stay here. The Golias robot is developed as a survelance robot. See my new robot, Golias V2 under construction.


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My rotating tower for Golias V2 has a new motor. I finally found the right motor to be used, a motor of an electric window of a Ford car. Stepper motor is so good but generates a lot of noise and vibration in low speeds. It was necessary to reduce the speed of the new motor with PWM. The mechanical coupling is so easy. I'm programming a PIC processor to operate the tower with its rotation motor, two servos and other devices as a spot light, infra- red light, a video-quad to select between four cameras and much more.

12 Apr 2006 (updated 17 Apr 2006 at 11:28 UTC) »

I finished the loader of my coil gun. The trigger circuit and load solenoid works great. My rotating tower for Golias V2 had problems now, I finally found the motor to be used. I´m using a stepper motor, but I am still with problems of mechanical coupling. I think that I need to live in a planet that had more than 24 hours in a day. 8)

I´m back. I´m mounting a coil gun for Golias V2 with two stages, capacity of ten shots and a laser aiming (red and infra-red laser). A not lethal gun, only for demonstration purposes and I intend to install a PIR sensor to protect life forms. I finished the upper cover lacking only the painting. I´m initiating the rotating tower. Golias V2 is growing...

Today I finished the aluminum panel to fix the keys and fuses. They are 4 keys and 11 fuses. I came back toward the paper and I drew the wiring for the new panel.

I started the wiring work, now I go to cut an aluminum plate to make the internal panel of keys and fuses. With the new panel I will be able to finish the wiring of the mobile base of Golias V2.

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