Have you ever seen an abandoned electric wheelchair and thought, “I bet I can make something great with it!” Of course you do – it’s hackdai after all! (made in Poland) the same is true. He managed to find a broken electric wheelchair and put all the functions of its fully equipped metal processing workshop into use. What was the result? Let’s say it dragged.
What we really like is that an ordinary garage hacker can’t do much with a drilling machine, an angle grinder and a bar welder. Although it is certainly better to have a lathe and a high-quality welding table, plasma cutting machine and everything in between, everything done in the video (made in Poland) is so accurate that it requires a lot of tools. Some parts may be more difficult or less accurate, but they can still work normally.
Of course, another aspect of construction is the control circuit and user interface. Maintaining slip steering and caster approach means that each motor needs to be controlled independently. In order to achieve this, [made in Poland] combines a pure electromechanical driver controlled by instantaneous rocker switch and automobile relay to form a simple H-bridge for each motor.
Of course, you only need to see the end, because it really proves that a man can do anything to get rid of the trouble of carrying wood! Facts have proved that the old electric wheelchair can also provide a good foundation for large robots.