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PostPosted: 28 Apr 2019, 00:05 
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I was one of the subscriber for Trainerbot in kickstarter, Got frustrated waiting for it. We started a fun project to see if we can build our own Robot. After a few iterations we have one that we are able to use. Here's a video of it in Action


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the Trainerbit guys totally ignored my in all attempts at communication. I would not be surprised if they just cut and run from their kickstarter.

How many balls does this one you made hold?

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We have used a locally available container, it holds 100+ balls.


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Looks promising, great effort if you've built this yourself!

Yes the hard bit is of course making a production model, which is consistant and reliable.

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haggisv True, To take it to production is a lot of work and expensive.

We began the project for fun and had not thought of doing it commercially but if there is interest we want to at-least provide some parts and instructions for DIY'ers to make one that is easy to assemble.


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Where does one post stuff like this? GitHub, I'd imagine... though you might post it here, too. I'd be interested to know how it's put together, especially the controller bits - are you using Rasberry Pi or Arduino or something else? Any 3D printed parts? Probably stuff from Banggood...

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