Project: RoboButler 3000 – Part 3

The next thing on my ToDo list is to get the frame painted.  I begun this by using a flappy-disc angle grinder attachment to sand back all of the shipping grease, fingerprints, welding flux, and rust that had accrued on the frame over the past week.  These things are AMAZING, I used an entire one […]

Project: RoboButler 3000 – Part 2

My task for this week is to finish off the frame, and get it cleaned and painted with something. The frame is mainly there to hold the motors, batteries, and a club maté crate. Day one began with preparing a cut list, and using my Evolution RAGE saw to chop a LOAD of 20mm box section […]

Project: RoboButler 3000 – Part 1

As our project for EMFCamp 2014 (August 29th – 31st near Bletchley), Jim and I have decided to build a robotic butler to bring us drinks and generally bounce around the field getting in the way. I started off by spending some time CADing up a model using parts we have lying around, and also things […]