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images Images for assembly instructions Jun 17, 2018
AssembleActuatorModule.md Servo actuator module assembly instructions Jun 15, 2018
AssembleBody.md Main equipment bay assembly Jun 17, 2018
AssembleBogie.md Create AssembleBogie.md Jun 17, 2018
AssembleDifferential.md Fill in fastener details Jun 17, 2018
AssembleDriveModules.md Note to repeat non-steering drive module Jun 17, 2018
AssemblePivotJoints.md Repeat for rocker joint mirror-image. Jun 17, 2018
AssembleRocker.md A few more details. Jun 17, 2018
Misumi HFS 3.md Link to Misumi for HFS 3-series Jun 15, 2018
Print Body Box Corners.md Printed body box corner instructions Jun 15, 2018
Print Corner Steering Joints.md Fix copy/paste oversight Jun 15, 2018
Print Differential.md Print differential parts instructions Jun 15, 2018
Print Fixed Knuckle.md Fix relative URL Jun 15, 2018
Print M3 Installation Tool.md Rename Print M3 Installation Tool to Print M3 Installation Tool.md Jun 16, 2018
Print Overview.md Add cost estimate Jun 15, 2018
Print Servo Parts.md Fix image URL error Jun 15, 2018
Print Steering Knuckle.md 3D Printed Steering Knuckle instructions Jun 14, 2018
Print Suspension Bogie Joints.md Suspension bogie joint instructions Jun 15, 2018
Print Suspension Rocker Joints.md Fix markdown URL weirdness + bridge assist removal Jun 15, 2018
Print Wheel Hub.md Fix copy/paste error in relative URL Jun 14, 2018
Print Wheel.md 3D Printed Wheel instructions Jun 15, 2018
README.md Links to assembly instructions Jun 17, 2018
Shaft8mm.md Add link to blog post about shaft detents Jun 21, 2018



This directory has information for building your own Sawppy the Rover

3D Printed Components

General overview of 3D-printed rover parts.


Customized Metal Components

Mechanical Assembly

For an overview of the construction technique used here, combining aluminum extrusion beams with 3D printed connectors plus using design-specific M3 nut installation tools, please see this article on Hackaday.com.

If any part of the assembly instructions are unclear, consult the CAD file to see how parts are supposed to fit together.

Once all the wheels are bolted on to the suspension, your Sawppy will be mechanically complete!

Mechanical chassis