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Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 26, 2017 .
Play chase with your YetiBorg v2 Robots can make really fun pets and YetiBorg v2 is no exception. The best thing about pets is being able to play games and teach tricks, so we thought we would teach YetiBorg v2 how to follow us like a dog...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 25, 2017 .
Step 0: Ensure you have all parts as shown above. Step 1: You should have three Perspex parts. Step 2: Remove the protective film from the Chassis. Step 3: Orient the chassis so that the spoon shaped cutout is at the...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 25, 2017 .
Step 1. Open the box. If using a knife or blade, be careful not to cut deep as the Perspex parts are on top. Step 2. In the packaging are two rolled up bubble wrap bags. These contain motor mounts and hubs - don't discard them!

Posted by in Build, PiBorg Tutorials on October 25, 2017 .
If you wish to use a PlayStation 3 controller to control your Raspberry Pi robots then here are some details which may help. Setup for the Pi Zero W and Raspbian running Pixel If you are using a version of Raspbian which is running Pixel...

Posted by in Build, Diablo - Build on October 20, 2017 .
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, Diablo - Build on October 20, 2017 .
Main Examples Download and installation instructions can be found on the getting started tab, as well as wiring instructions for the motor(s) and power. The package of examples can be downloaded as a zip file directly:

Posted by in Build, Diablo - Build on October 20, 2017 .
Installation You can click on any of the diagrams below to get a larger resolution image. Mounting You can mount the board using any combination of the four available mounting holes in each corner to part of the robot you are...

Posted by in Build, Diablo - Build on October 20, 2017 .
Features Dual motor controller Large power input Voltage range of 6-40V Power output Current Max limited to 55A continuous per channel Supports different batteries for each motor Speed Control and bidirectional Controls 2xDC...

Posted by in Build, Diablo - Build on October 20, 2017 .
Diablo - the ultimate in motor control Diablo is the most powerful PiBorg motor control board to date. It controls two DC motors in forwards and reverse with pulse width modulation (PWM) which is useful for speed control and various...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Play fetch with your DiddyBorg v2 Pets can be great fun, so how about a pet robot? All we need to do is get DiddyBorg v2 to behave like a pet and we can have hours of fun watching him play :)   This example shows how we can make...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Set your DiddyBorg v2 to move in a preset sequence Robots such as BigTrak and Turtles work by having a sequence of moves programmed into them. Most of them use a set of commands based on the Logo programming language. In this example...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Use a game controller or joystick to drive DiddyBorg v2 Most of us want to be able to control our robots manually one way or another. Bluetooth wireless controllers such as a PS3 controller or Wiimote are great way to do this with Raspberry Pi...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Add some flair to your DiddyBorg v2 with lights. Robots are great for doing tasks or remote control, but we also want a robot that looks good. The DiddyBorg v2 looks pretty awesome already so how can we improve on it? How about making use of...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Joystick control of DiddyBorg v2 with a MeArm claw Ever wanted your robot to have claw for picking things up or fighting other robots? Why not add a MeArm to your DiddyBorg v2 to do just that. In this example we will add an UltraBorg to...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
DiddyBorg v2 can be built into lots of styles and variations, each with different capabilities. Below are some examples we have come up with to show off what DiddyBorg v2 can do :) Click on the images to view the examples:

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Drive your DiddyBorg v2 from a smart phone or web browser One of the best things about building your own robot is being able to control it remotely. Using DiddyBorg v2 with a Raspberry Pi camera you can drive around and see what the robot sees...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Before starting We recommend that you setup the software for running your DiddyBorg v2 before you start assembly. These instructions assume you are running a recent copy of Raspbian, and they also assume you are using the pi user (the default...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Use a game controller or joystick to drive MonsterBorg Most of us want to be able to control our robots manually one way or another. Bluetooth wireless controllers such as a PS3 controller or Wiimote are great way to do this with Raspberry...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Set your MonsterBorg to move in a preset sequence Robots such as BigTrak and Turtles work by having a sequence of moves programmed into them. Most of them use a set of commands based on the Logo programming language. In this example...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Drive your MonsterBorg from a smart phone or web browser One of the best things about building your own robot is being able to control it remotely. Using MonsterBorg with a Raspberry Pi camera you can drive around and see what the robot sees...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Get your MonsterBorg to autonomously follow a coloured track Driving a MonsterBorg around yourself can be fun, but having it drive all by itself is much more exciting. There are many ways to get a robot to drive on its own, such as line...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Step 0: Firstly, make sure you have installed the software so you can easily connect and modify code without needing to remove the Raspberry Pi. See the getting started page for more information. Step 1: Place the chassis on a table...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
As MonsterBorg is based around the Raspberry Pi 3 it can do some really exciting things. Below are some examples we have come up with to show off what MonsterBorg can do :) Click on the images to view the examples:

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Before starting We recommend that you setup the software for running your MonsterBorg before you start assembly. These instructions assume you are running a recent copy of Raspbian, and they also assume you are using the pi user (the default...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
DC motors, fans and solenoids If you are connecting DC motors, these will need to have a stall current less than 2.0A per motor M1+ M1- {motor 1} M2+ M2- {motor 2} M3+ M3- {motor 3} M4+ M4- {motor 4} V+ {power supply...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Main Examples Download instructions here. 4dc.py This is a simple terminal script for providing user toggling of the 4 drives. It uses the rpi.gpio library for commanding the GPIO pins and a simple interface which allows you to type...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Main examples Please note that this installation expects you to be connected to the internet, it will download RPi.GPIO and WiringPi for using GPIO from Python. mkdir ~/picoborg cd ~/picoborg wget...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg Reverse - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Main Examples Download and installation instructions can be found on the getting started page, as well as wiring instructions for the motor(s) and power. The package of examples can be downloaded as a zip file directly:
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg Reverse - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Dual motor controller Power input Voltage 6-25V Power output Current Max 5A per channel 10A combined Emergency power off switch Speed Control and bidirectional Controls 2xDC motors or one stepper motor (4,5, or 6 wire) May be...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg Reverse - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Installation Mounting Two basic mounting options are provided: The First option is to mount the board on top of a Rev 2 Raspberry Pi using the central mounting hole by positioning the board over the Raspberry Pi's mounting hole (the one...

Posted by in Build, ThunderBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Main Examples Download and installation instructions can be found on the getting started tab, as well as wiring instructions for the motor(s) and power. The package of examples can be downloaded as a zip file directly:

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build, ThunderBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, ThunderBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Installation Mounting on the Pi (optional) With most newer Raspberry Pis it is possible to mount the ThunderBorg directly to your Raspberry Pi: The six-pin socket on the ThunderBorg should fit snuggly on the first six GPIO pins of the...

Posted by in Build, ThunderBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
The ThunderBorg motor controller Dual motor controller Power input Voltage 7.0-35.0V Power output Current Max 5A per channel continuous Speed Control via PWM and bidirectional Controls 2× DC motors or a single stepper motor (4,5, or...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
This is our web based interface for controlling your UltraBorg from a phone or browser. < This example provides web-based access to UltraBorg using a web browser on both phones and desktops. This allows you to both read ultrasonic...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
UltraBorg comes with two special features which should prevent damage to your servos: Limits to prevent you moving too far Powers up the servo to a safe position When you get an UltraBorg these features are already configured for...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Main Examples Download and installation instructions can be found on the getting started page, as well as wiring instructions for the power, servo motors, and ultrasonic modules. The package of examples can be downloaded as a zip file...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Installation Images on this page may be clicked on to get a higher resolution and quality version. Mounting Two basic mounting options are provided: The First option is to mount the board on top of a Rev 2 Raspberry Pi using the central...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 19, 2017 .
Specifications 5V supply line voltage ratings When not jumpered to RPi 5V input nominal 4.8 to 6.5V (4xAA batteries) 5V input maximum -0.3 to 17.0V Also consider ratings of Servos and Ultrasonic modules When jumpered to...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg Reverse - Build on October 18, 2017 .
PicoBorg Reverse is a dual motor control board for use with your Raspberry Pi. Control big or small motors Speed control forwards and reverse Mounts on to your Rasbperry Pi Emergency power off Plug in more boards to control up to...

Posted by in Build, ThunderBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
ThunderBorg is a powerful dual motor control board for making awesome robots from your Raspberry Pi. Control big or small motors On-board 5V regulator powers the Raspberry Pi Runs from any battery pack or power supply from 7V to...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
With PicoBorg, you can turn on and off fans, motors, solenoids, relays etc. from your Raspberry Pi. There are 4 low side drivers so you can turn on and off 4 devices One is connected to the RPi PWM pin, so you can vary duty cycle (normally...

Posted by in Build, MonsterBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
MonsterBorg is a chunky metal rover robot designed for use with a Raspberry Pi. It has a powerful 5 Amp motor controller and with 10xAA batteries, can run for up to 3 hours! Making robots is hugely educational, and the MonsterBorg robot has...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg V2 - Build on October 18, 2017 .
Our most configurable robot yet! Our most popular Raspberry Pi robot kit DiddyBorg is back with faster standard motors and a newly designed chassis. The idea remains the same, a 6 wheeled high-torque robotics platform, but give everyone...
Probably the biggest drawback of using a Raspberry Pi Zero to build robots was the lack of connectivity compared to the Pi 3. This made connecting to WiFi networks and Bluetooth controllers a pain involving USB dongles and often a USB hub. But...
What you will need You do not need much to get a PS3 controller connected to the Pi Zero W: A micro SD card with the latest Raspbian (or noobs) installed WiFi connectivity to the internet A USB adapter and hub to connect devices A...

Posted by in Build, BattBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
If you want to make a small internet of things project having a Raspberry Pi Zero W powered from a battery would be ideal. A BattBorg can be fitted directly onto a 6-pin header soldered to your Pi Zero to run an IoT project from batteries for...

Posted by in Build, ThunderBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
With the release of the new Raspberry Pi Zero W, we thought we would hack together a robot as it could take advantage of the small size of the Pi and the bluetooth connection to a controller. We could have gone with a simple kit, but we wanted...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
Nobody likes it when computers overheat, especially when you venture into the realms of over-clocking! So we thought it would be great if you could setup a fan for a Raspberry Pi to work the same way they do in a laptop, turning on when it...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
Everybody likes technology, even pets do! We thought it would be great if you could setup a Raspberry Pi to feed a pet at certain times of day, and a controlled amount. Thanks to Tristan Linnell for the idea :) We will use a PicoBorg to...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
So you have just gotten your hands on an XLoBorg, but you want to know what sort of data you can expect to see when using it, how can you tell? Maybe a picture of what the data looks like would help. GraphXLo takes the data from an...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
We controlled our PicoBorg from a remote keyboard control previously using RemoteKeyBorg, but what about using a joystick or gamepad instead? Well it seems like a good idea to us, so we thought we would make an example to get you going. This...

Posted by in Build, PicoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
Want to be able to control your PicoBorg from another Raspberry Pi or computer, then you want RemoteKeyBorg! RemoteKeyBorg is a pair of scripts that allow a Raspberry Pi with a PicoBorg to expose itself on the network and another to command...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
Want to do something fun with your Raspberry Pi? Why not use an XLoBorg to turn it into a drum kit! XLoDrum takes the data from an XLoBorg and uses X, Y, and Z movements to represent different drum noises There are some options you can...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
We were placing shelves in the office today and decided the trusty spirit level was a bit old fashioned, why not use a Raspberry Pi and XLoBorg instead. We came up with XLoLevel, a script to turn your Raspberry Pi into a digital spirit...

Posted by in Build, DoodleBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
DoodleBorg is a 6 wheel rover robot we built to show the power capability of the PiBorg motor controller   Specifications   Brains controlled by a Raspberry Pi Controller: Originally motors powered by...

Posted by in Build, DoodleBorg - Build on October 18, 2017 .
This is the script we are using to control DoodleBorg using a PS3 controller. It uses the same idea as the pbrJoystick.py example with the following modifications: It sets up six boards to talk to Each board is set to drive a single...

Posted by in Build, UltraBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Precision servo control with ultrasonic module support UltraBorg is an interface board for use with a Raspberry Pi, Arduino or other I2C compatible devices. Servo Control 4x Precision 16 bit PWM ouptuts Controls up to 4 Servos...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Main Examples Download instructions here. There are some example scripts using the XLoBorg library, provided both as a guide and an easy way to access the XLoBorg directly from the terminal. Full example of how to talk to XLoBorg from...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
XLoBorg - Accelerometer and Magnetometer (which can provide compass functionality) board for your Raspberry Pi Accelerometer - Freescale MMA8452Q 3-Axis, 12-bit/8-bit Digital Accelerometer datasheet here Magnetometer - Freescale MAG3110...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Main examples Please note that this installation expects you to be connected to the internet, it will download i2c-tools and python-smbus for using the I²C bus from Python and the command line. You may need to enable I2C first, to do...

Posted by in Build, XLoBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Measure movement such as bumps and shocks and determine direction from your Raspberry Pi with the XLoBorg add on board by PiBorg. Features a 3 Axis Accelerometer and 3 Axis Magnetometer Great for Robotics projects such as UAV's, cars,...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Set your YetiBorg v2 to move in a preset sequence Robots such as BigTrak and Turtles work by having a sequence of moves programmed into them. Most of them use a set of commands based on the Logo programming language. In this example...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Use a game controller or joystick to drive YetiBorg v2 Most of us want to be able to control our robots manually one way or another. Bluetooth wireless controllers such as a PS3 controller or Wiimote are great way to do this with Raspberry Pi...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Drive your YetiBorg v2 from a smart phone or web browser One of the best things about building your own robot is being able to control it remotely. Using YetiBorg v2 with a Raspberry Pi camera you can drive around and see what the robot sees...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
YetiBorg v2 is a small and robust 4WD robot based around the Raspberry Pi. Below are some examples we have come up with to show off what YetiBorg v2 can do :) Click on the images to view the examples: Joystick...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Before starting You can setup the software for running your YetiBorg v2 either before or after you start assembly. These instructions assume you are running a recent copy of Raspbian, and they also assume you are using the pi user (the default...

Posted by in Build, YetiBorg - Build, ZeroBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Installation issues Permission denied, file not found, 404 or similar: There are a few possible causes of this: Out of disk space: We have occasionally seen this with people who have smaller SD cards, check by using df If...

Posted by in Build, ZeroBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Quad motor controller Power input Voltage 2.7-10.8V Power output Current Max 1.5A per channel continuous Power switch and emergency power off switch connectors Speed Control via PWM and bidirectional Controls 4× DC motors or 2×...

Posted by in Build, ZeroBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Installation Mounting Two basic mounting options are provided: The first option is to mount the ZeroBorg underneath of a Raspberry Pi Zero using the four mounting posts to hold the Raspberry Pi Zero in place. This will need a 6-pin female...

Posted by in Build, ZeroBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Main Examples Download and installation instructions can be found on the getting started tab, as well as wiring instructions for the motor(s) and power. The package of examples can be downloaded as a zip file directly:

Posted by in Build, ZeroBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
The ZeroBorg is our new add on board for controlling motors using the incredible $5 computer the Raspberry Pi Zero.   The ZeroBorg with a Pi Zero and battery Its small size means it fits neatly below a Raspberry Pi Zero and opens up...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
If you are getting an error about easy_install not being recognised or found, you can use the following command to install it: sudo apt-get -y install python-dev python-setuptools The best way to diagnose problems with the LedBorg is to try...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
This example takes the getting started - lesson 5 script and adds a new dimension to the colour changing, brightness. The new script pulses the LedBorg brightness between hue changes, giving a more complex colour sequence which shows how...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
We want to know how hot our Raspberry Pis are getting when they do their thing, and what better way then with LEDs? This is an updated version of the old BakedPi script which uses the new driver free LedBorg code. As a side benefit the extended...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
This example uses the standard GTK colour selection dialog to provide a user-friendly control for selecting LedBorg colours. The colour of the LedBorg changes as you change the selection on the dialog, as a bonus most of the GUI code is done...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
We think the CheerLights project is a great idea and that we needed to update our example to work with the new LedBorg software. For those who do not know, CheerLights allows any light or LED connected to the system to display synchronised...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Here is an example for everyone who wants to use an LedBorg without the driver code, or simply wants to see an example of GPIO used in Bash BashLed.sh is a Bash script which uses /sys/class/gpio to set the state of the 3 GPIO pins...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
If you are looking for some simple starting examples see Using LedBorg from Python to get you started. Click on the images to view the examples: Colour selection dialog Demonstrates how we can use existing system...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Lesson plan Installation of the new LedBorg software Lesson 1. Our first Python example Lesson 2. Simplifying the code Lesson 3. Produce a sequence of colours Lesson 4. Taking user input Lesson 5. Brightness levels (PWM) Lesson 6. A...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Installation First you should make sure the Raspberry Pi is not powered (none of the LEDs are on). Now plug the LedBorg in to the GPIO header, making sure the PiBorg logo is towards the centre of the Raspberry Pi as shown below: If...

Posted by in Build, LEDBorg - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Capabilities The LedBorg provides a tri-colour LED controllable from the Raspberry Pis GPIO header. Using simple on / off logic it can provide a total of seven colours as well as off. Using software based pulse width modulation (PWM) it is...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Red - Build on October 17, 2017 .
This is our web based interface for controlling your DiddyBorg Red Edition from a phone or browser. This example provides web-based access to a DiddyBorg Red Edition using a web browser on both phones and desktops. The interface streams...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Red - Build on October 17, 2017 .
Please note these instructions are also available as a pdf download from Instructables.com Pre-build steps Once built, it is near impossible to access the HDMI slot, power slot etc. It is recommended to set up the software first, such as...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Red - Build on October 17, 2017 .
We have stopped making the original DiddyBorg kits. Why not check out our new and improved DiddyBorg v2 kit instead :) Before starting We recommend that you setup the software for running DiddyBorg Red Edition before assembling...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Red - Build on October 17, 2017 .
We have stopped making the original DiddyBorg kits. Why not check out our new and improved DiddyBorg v2 kit instead :) Thanks to the same powerful motors from Metal Edition, Red Edition has 300% More Torque than DiddyBorg 100% Faster...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Metal - Build on October 17, 2017 .
This is our web based interface for controlling your DiddyBorg Metal Edition from a phone or browser. This example provides web-based access to a DiddyBorg Metal Edition using a web browser on both phones and desktops. The interface...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Metal - Build on October 17, 2017 .
We have stopped making the original DiddyBorg kits. Why not check out our new and improved DiddyBorg v2 kit instead :) Before Starting We recommend that you setup the software for running DiddyBorg Metal Edition before assembling...
Please note these instructions are also available as a pdf download from Instructables.com Pre-build steps Once built, it is near impossible to access the HDMI slot, power slot etc. It is recommended to set up the software first, such as...

Posted by in Build, DiddyBorg Metal - Build on October 17, 2017 .
We have stopped making the original DiddyBorg kits. Why not check out our new and improved DiddyBorg v2 kit instead :) Limited Edition, only 40 of these will ever be made. 300% More Torque than DiddyBorg 100% Faster measured top...