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Re: pic: Project X climbing up the side of the ramp

Very nice design, reminds me a lot of our drive train, only take one wheel out of the middle I'm sure you have no problem getting up the ramp, only do you have a tendency to be a bit tipsy while going up it? It seems your your center of gravity is pretty well distributed, just wondering since a lot of teams seem to have trouble going up the side without tilting/leaning.
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Re: pic: Project X climbing up the side of the ramp

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Very nice design, reminds me a lot of our drive train, only take one wheel out of the middle I'm sure you have no problem getting up the ramp, only do you have a tendency to be a bit tipsy while going up it? It seems your your center of gravity is pretty well distributed, just wondering since a lot of teams seem to have trouble going up the side without tilting/leaning.
The suspension for each pair of wheels can be adujusted individually to balance out the weight. The arms can also help to balance out the weight by going opposite to the side the robot is traveling.
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