RobotLAB Elementary Robotics Camp

DIY Robots

The Elementary Robotics Summer Camp is a perfect introduction to Robotics for Students in Grades 3-8. 

The bundle is made of 10 Robotic Kits that include in total:

      • 10 Main Controllers

      • 10 Remote Controllers

      • 10 Remote Signal Receivers

      • 30 IR-Photo TR Sensors
      • 20 DC Motors & 40 DC Motor Shafts
      • 200 Bricks
      • 660 Frames
      • 260 Axis & 300 Bushings
      • 40 Gears, 40 Wheels & 40 Rubber Shoes
      • 340 Decoration Sheets
      • 80 Spacers, 100 Locking Nuts, 500 Bolts and 300 Nuts
      • 20 Tools

      • 10 Toolboxes

      • 1 Digital Curriculum (unlimited downloads)
      • 1-year Warranty and RobotLAB Support 

         


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  • Main Features

    DIY robot kit for students ages 9 to  14

  • Educational value

    Science, Electronics, Robotics

  • What’s in the box?

    10 Robotic Kits (see description on the top)

  • Mobile / stationary

    Stationary and Mobile robots

  • Autonomy

    Remotely Controlled

  • Student to robot ratio

    1 kit per 2 students (bundle designed for a total of 20 students)

  • Best for

    Elementary & Middle Schools, Summer Camps, Libraries, Makerspaces

  • Grade Level

    3 to 8th grade

  • Curriculum

    Covering robotics and STEM

  • Professional Development / Training

    No training required

  • Warranty

    1-year warranty

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The Elementary Robotics Summer Camp is a perfect introduction to robotics for students in Grades 3-8. Students will learn scientific principles as they build over 40 robots including a Dragonfly, a Spider, a Surfer, a Bell, a Water Mill, an Airplane, a Fox, a Giraffe, an Elephant, a Fencer, a Goalkeeper, a Skater, a Skier, a Striker, a Swimmer, a Tennis Player, a Weight Lifter, a Rocking Chair, a Windmill, a Boat, an Helicopter, a Bicycle, an Airplane, a Motorcycle, a See-Saw, a Viking, a Catapult, a Car, a ScissorsBot, a Shoveling Machine, a Copy Machine, a Manual Fan, a Dancing Clown, a 4-legged crawler, a motor Helicopter, a BettleBot, a Troublemaker, a Line Tracer, a Brick Board, a Remote Control Car, an Avoider, a Spider SoccerBot and a Scorpion Soccerbot. The step-by-step curriculum will lead you through 12 weeks of instruction for 20 students. All activities are available in Google 3D Warehouse and you can build your own 3D models to better understand the engineering process.

Achieve an understanding of the framework structure when manufacturing basic models such as common block products

Your Students can learn how to make a robot move while using a propeller with a rubber band:

You can create a model using an engine

 

 

You can create a model using two motors, sensors, and a remote control

In addition to the models already mentioned, you can make 45 types of models with the beginner course set. 

Main Controller (10 pcs)
  • 8bit Microprocessor: ATMega16
  • Character LCD with driver IC (HT1621)
  • 2 X 2 channel DC Motor Control with driver IC (LB1836M)
  • Input Port: Fixed 1 remote signal input port & 7 input ports for sensors (Ir, Sound, Cds...)
  • Output Port: 8 output ports for LED, Beeper, Servo Motor...
  • Operation Mode:
- BP (Basic Program Mode): Line tracer, Avoider, Sound reaction, Remote control
- UP (User Programming Mode): programming using UCR-FCP software
  • 8 remote control communication channel
  • Built-in battery holder: Requires 6 AA Batteries (Not Included)
  • Low battery display at LCD
  • ISP USB connector
eq1-main
 Remote Controller (10 pcs), Remote Signal Receiver (10 pcs), IR-Photo TR Sensor (30 pcs)
  • 10 Key Remote Controller:
- 4 direction key and 6 functions key
- 8 remote control communication channel
- Low battery display
- CR 2025 Battery Not Included
  • Remote Signal Receiver:
- The infrared signal receiver IC
- Signal detection distance: Min. 7 ~ 10m
- Cable: Vcc (Red), Ground (Black), Signal (White)
  • IR-Photo TR Sensor:
- Infrared ray emitter & phototransistor
- Detection distance: 1 ~ 3cm
- Cable: Vcc (Red), Ground (Black), Signal (White)
eq1-sensor
 DC Motor (20 pcs), DC Motor Shaft (40 pcs)
  • DC Motor
- Nominal operating voltage: 10VDC
- RPM: 175 ± 10% @ 10VDC
- Reduction gear ratio: 1/56
- 2 built-in DC Motor shaft holder
- Cable: Vcc (Red), Ground (Black)
  • DC Motor shaft
- Separate type DC Motor output shaft
- Material: POM
eq1-dcm
 Brick (200 pcs)
  • Type and Quantity
- 1 unit-brick: 40 pcs
- 2 unit-brick: 40 pcs
- 3 unit-brick: 40 pcs
- 4 unit-brick: 40 pcs
- 5 unit-brick: 40 pcs
  • Material: ABS
eq1-brick
 Frame (660 pcs)
  • Type & Quantity
- 1x2 frame: 40 pcs, 1x3 frame: 40 pcs, 1x5 frame: 40 pcs, 1x7 frame: 40 pcs
- 2x5 frame: 20 pcs, 2x7 frame: 20 pcs, 2x12 frame: 20 pcs, 8x9 frame: 20 pcs
- 3x3 right angle frame: 20 pcs, 1x6 bended frames: 20 pcs, 1x9 bended frames: 20 pcs
- 1x6 round frame: 20 pcs, 5x5 cross frame: 20 pcs, 2x3 T frame: 20 pcs
- 1x6 link frame: 20 pcs, 1x2 obtuse frames: 100 pcs, 1x2 right angle frame: 100 pcs
- 1x4 servo frame: 20 pcs, 1x5 servo frame: 20 pcs, 1x7 servo link frame: 20 pcs
- 1x5 servo bended frame: 20 pcs
  • Material: ABS
eq1-frame
 Axis (260 pcs), Bushing (300 pcs)
  • Type & Quantity
- 25mm axis: 100 pcs
- 25mm bushing axis: 80 pcs
- 50mm axis: 60 pcs
- 75mm axis: 20 pcs
- 1-hole bushing: 200 pcs
- 2-hole bushing: 40 pcs
- 3-hole bushing: 40 pcs
- Connect bushing: 20 pcs
  • Material: AB
eq1-shaft
 Gear (40 pcs), Wheel (40 pcs), Rubber Shoe (40 pcs)
  • Type & Quantity
- Large gear (30 teeth): 20 pcs
- Small gear (10 teeth): 20 pcs
- Sub wheel (20 mm): 20 pcs
- Middle wheel (45 mm including tire): 20 pcs
- Rubber shoe (20 mm): 40 pcs
  • Material: ABS, Silicon
eq1-wheel
 Decoration Sheet (340 pcs)
  • Type & Quantity
- 1x 6 sheets: 40 pcs, 1x13 sheets: 20 pcs
- 2x3 sheet: 20 pcs, 2x5 sheet: 20 pcs, 2x9 sheet: 20 pcs
- 3x3 sheet: 20 pcs, 3x5 sheet: 20 pcs, 3x11 sheet: 20 pcs
- Equilateral triangle sheet: 40 pcs
- 3x3 right triangle sheet: 40 pcs, 3x4 right triangle sheet: 40 pcs
- Semi-circle sheet: 40 pcs
  • Material: PVC sheet + Printing
eq1-deco
 Spacer (80 pcs), Locking nut (100 pcs), Bolt (500 pcs), Nut (300 pcs)
  • Type & Quantity
- 3mm spacer: 40 pcs
- 6mm spacer: 40 pcs
- Locking nut: 100 pcs
- M4x8 bolt: 200 pcs
- M4x12 bolt: 200 pcs
- M4x10 link bolt: 100 pcs
- M4 nut: 300 pcs
  • Material: ABS, SS40
eq1-hw
 Tool (20 pcs), Toolbox (10 pc)
  • Type & Quantity
- Screw driver: 10
- Spanner: 10
- Plastic toolbox: 10
  • Material: PP, SS40
 

 

Sample Schedule:

Month: Week: Subject: Study Contents:
1 1 Robot Definition  1) What is the robot?
   2) What kind of parts are used in EQ-ROBO1 kit?
&  3) Exercise 1 : Assemble individual parts (brick, frame, axis, bushing, bolt, nut)
   4) Exercise 2 : Making diagram figures (triangle, rectangle, octangle, circle)
Part list of EQ-ROBO1  5) Exercise 3 : Making models (dragonfly, giraffe, fox, spider, elephant, chair)
2 Object's identify  1) Creative thinking
     - Find the characteristics of object and Expression
&   2) Exercise 1 : Represent the characteristics of athletes
     - swimmer, tennis player, fencer, striker, goalkeeper, fencer, weight lifter
Expression   3) Exercise 2 : Represent the characteristics of objects
     - bicycle, rocking chair, windmill, boat, helicopter, airplane, firearm, motorcycle
3 Science principle-I in life  1) Machine Foundations-I
    - the center of gravity, leverage principles, link structure, friction, power transmission
  2) Exercise 1 : Making the seesaw (the center of gravity, leverage principles)
  3) Exercise 2 : Making the Viking rides (friction)
  4) Bonus exercise 1 : Making the watermill (power transmission)
  5) Bonus exercise 2 : Making the ringing a bell (link structure)
4 Science principle-II in life  1) Machine Foundations-II
   - elastic power
  2) Exercise 1 : Making the catapult (leverage principle & elasticity of rubber band)
  3) Exercise 2 : Making the rubber band power-driven car
  4) Exercise 3 : Making the ScissorsBot (link structure & elasticity of rubber band)
  5) Bonus exercise 1 : Making the rubber band power-driven propeller plane
2 5 Science principle-III in life  1) Machine Foundations-III
  - motor, gear, gear train, gear ratio, crank
 2) Exercise 1 : Making a manual fan (acceleration gear)
  3) Exercise 2 : Making a dancing clown (motor, power transmission)
  4) Exercise 3 : Making a 4-legged crawler (motor, reduction gear, crank, link)
 5) Bonus exercise 1 : Making a shoveling machine (reduction gear, crank, link)
6 Science principle-IV in life  1) Electronics Foundations-I
  - Brain of robot : main controller's function, usage and I/O ports 
  2) Exercise 1 : Making a helicopter (main controller, 1 motor) (safety training)
  3) Exercise 2 : Making a BeetleBot (main controller, 1 motor)
 4) Class robot competition : 1m running using BeetleBot
7 Science principle-V in life  1) Electronics Foundations-II
   - Infrared ray, Ir & Photo TR sensor
  2) Exercise 1 : Making a troublemaker (main controller, Ir sensor, 2 motor)
  3) Bonus exercise 1 : Making a copy machine (main controller, Ir sensor, 2 motor)
8 Line tracer  1) Robot-I
   - Line tracing concept, operation principles and basic algorithm
    2) Exercise 1 : Making a line tracing robot (main controller, 3 Ir sensor, 2 motor)
    3) Exercise 2 : Testing the operating status according to the different sensor's distance
    4) Class robot competition : Line tracing
3 9 Science principle-VI in life  1) Electronics Foundations-III
    - Remote controller
 2) Exercise 1 : remote controller's function, usage and communication channel setting
  3) Exercise 2 : Making a brick board game (main controller, remote controller, 1 motor)
  4) Exercise 3 : Making a remote control car (main controller, remote controller, 2 motor)
  5) Class robot competition : Car racing by remote controller
10 Avoider  1) Robot-II
  - Obstacle avoiding concept, operation principles and basic algorithm
  2) Exercise 1 : Making an avoider robot (main controller, 3 Ir sensor, 2 motor)
  3) Exercise 2 : Testing the operating status according to the different sensor's distance
  4) Class robot competition : Obstacle avoiding
11 Battle robot  1) Robot-III
   - Understanding the conductors, insulators, semiconductors
  2) Exercise 1 : Making a battle robot (main controller, remote controller, 2 motor)
  3) Class robot competition
  - 1:1 battle competition (sumo wrestling)
  - 2:2 battle competition (bursting the balloon)
12 Soccer robot  1) Robot-IV
  - Understanding the electric current, voltage and resistance
  2) Exercise 1 : Making a spider soccer robot
  3) Exercise 2 : Making a scorpion soccer robot
  4) Class robot competition : 3:3 robot soccer game
 


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RobotLAB Elementary Robotics Camp

DIY Robots

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RobotLAB Elementary Robotics Camp

DIY Robots

Price: $1,590




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