Mscientist33
Mscientist33
@mscientist33
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Joined: 2022-07-05 10:12 pm
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RE: Holybro Pixhawk 4 M8N gps and connections

@zander I finally figured it out. For others that need to know: I did as I thought I had to do. I took out the compass I2C pins from the pixhawk 2.4...

6 months ago
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RE: Holybro Pixhawk 4 M8N gps and connections

@zander Yes, I guess my question is the gps has markings of I2C and I know that it works with Arduino I2C so if I split out the I2C part (the compass)...

6 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

With back wheels and steering. I couldn't completely test it actually moving on the ground because my transmitter was dead and I have it wired to a p...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

It lives!! The PLA+ sprockets seem to be holding for now. I will definitely order some metal ones now that I know it works. I am using a servo test...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

@inq Believe it or not, I did actually have it working while the wheels where off the floor using PLA+ but I have been making the gears 15mm thick to ...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

@zander My turning angle is actually quite small on the small 4wheeler. I'm expecting to actually stop the turning at about 30-40 degrees. I also do...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

@inq At least your comments show me that I was headed in the right direction. I will try to 3d print for 15mm thick gears to test with (and figure ou...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

@zander @Ron I have measured. 11.4in bar and 40lbs. So I calculate 450..... Of course I did let some air out of the tires to account for some of...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

Yes, the drive motor is running 24v. It is a hoss of a motor. It definitely has no problems moving this thing around. Common sense is something nob...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

The name mscientist is just what I use since I have been called in my area "the mad scientist". I am normally a software engineer/systems engineer by...

7 months ago
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RE: Steering for a 110cc 4-wheeler

@zander I imagine with the driving motor installed about 150lbs. I can physically pick up the front end and put in on a block to test the motor for s...

7 months ago
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