1x wooden board thickness 5mm (13/64 inch) - 610mm (2 ft 1/64 inch) - 407mm (1 ft 4 1/32 inch)
1x Arduino Uno
Product Code : RB-Ard-34
1x power supply battery (for LED strip) http://www.robotshop.com/en/waterproof-3xaa-battery-case-switch.html
1x Motor Shield http://www.robotshop.com/en/arduino-motor-shield-rev3.html
1x infrared sensor 1x Infrared Remote Control http://www.robotshop.com/en/dfrobot-ir-remote-kit-arduino.html
2x battery holders (6 x 1,5 Volt LR6 batteries) (Arduino Uno main power supply)
4x Batteries 4,5Volts (2 pack mounted in parallel, each pack includes 2 4.5V batteries mounted in series) - (it makes a power supply under 9V for the power supply I paralleled to have a longer battery life )
1x swivel caster wheel http://www.robotshop.com/en/2-swivel-caster-wheel.html
Here are the plans of each piece to make the robot with dimension (in mm)
Downloading files: https://framadrive.org/index.php/s/oHlHOqSsc18I4U1
To use a laser cutter see the list of FabLab to find the nearest to you: http://www.makery.info/map-labs/
Let's start with the base by adding support with it's stack connected to the 3 green LEDs.
Take 4 screws M4 insert them in the 4 holes then fix 1 nut on each screws.
Insert 4 M4 screws 50 mm with their nuts and spacers, then turn the assembly to secure the swivel caster wheel.
Assemble the roundings and the sides with motor in the illustration seen in step 4.
Voici le code à mettre dans le logiciel arduino.
Next evolution put an ultrasonic sensor for obstacle detection and avoidance and a line follower.