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Budowa robotów dla początkujących, wyd. 3
  • Budowa robotów dla początkujących, wyd. 3
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David Cook


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Building robots independently seems to be something very difficult, requiring impressive knowledge in such complex fields as physics, computer science and electronics. It is worth knowing that this is not entirely true. Robotics can be an extremely inspiring passion that allows you to awaken the spirit of a real inventor, and understanding the theoretical foundations is most quickly born in the process of building a robot yourself. Check on your own!

This book is a great introduction to amateur robotics. The individual chapters present the subsequent stages of construction of a simple robot and have been supplemented with the characteristics of individual components and a description of their functioning. You will find useful data tables, tips on design solutions, and the necessary theoretical foundations - so you don't have to worry about a lack of knowledge. After reading this manual, you'll be able to get on with more complex projects!

The most important issues discussed in the book:
preparing the workplace, tools and components
principles of safe work during the construction of the robot
functions of individual parts of the robot
assembling robot components and checking their operation
starting and further developing the robot
3D printing as a technology for creating robot structural elements
Wake up the inventor, catch a soldering iron and build a robot!

About the author

David Cook runs the popular RobotRoom.com website and is the author of over hundreds of articles on software, electronics and machine building. In the past, as a programmer, he wrote the popular RPG series TaskMaker. He also managed the teams developing applications for Motorola, SmartSignal and GE platforms. He is the author of Copper Connection - an application designed to create designs of printed circuit boards. Currently, Cook is involved in software engineering at Microsystems.


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