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HUNAROBO Science Class 2 www.hunarobo.com List of the parts Let's learn how to assemble each part and its function! What we are going to learn? (Robot Story) What is the robot? Kind of robots Principles of a lever The use of weights and pulleys The magic box of a robot - Mainboard How to use the electronic parts? Brain of the robot - MCU Robot Development History of Robots Control of the robot - Remote Control The principle of a Remote Control Let's Make it! Turtle Scorpion Inspector Gadget's Arm Apache Helicopter Air-Sing-Sing Power Spin Battle Bumper Car 11 16 18 22 30 31 40 41 50 51 58 12 14 19 23 34 42 52 4 6 HUNAROBOSCIENCECLASSBEGINNINGCOURSE C O N T E N T S

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  • HUNAROBO Science Class

    2www.hunarobo.com

    List of the parts

    Let's learn how to assemble each part and its function!

    What we are going to learn? (Robot Story) What is the robot?

    Kind of robots

    Principles of a lever

    The use of weights and pulleys

    The magic box of a robot - Mainboard

    How to use the electronic parts?

    Brain of the robot - MCU

    Robot Development

    History of Robots Control of the robot - Remote Control The principle of a Remote Control

    Let's Make it!

    Turtle

    Scorpion

    Inspector Gadget's Arm

    Apache Helicopter

    Air-Sing-Sing

    Power Spin

    Battle Bumper Car

    11

    16

    18

    22

    30

    31

    40

    41

    50

    51

    58

    12

    14

    19

    23

    34

    42

    52

    4

    6

    HUNAROBO SCIENCE CLASS BEGINNING COURSE

    CONTE NTS

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    List of the parts

    Frame5 (10)

    Frame11 (10)

    Frame21 (4)

    Adapter1 (10)

    Adapter2 (10)

    * The form and color of some parts may be different when compared to actual parts due to continues improvement of production quality.

    L Adapter (8)

    Block15 (10)

    Block111 (6)

    Block35 (6) Motor Mount (4)

    Block511 (6)

    Block

    Block135 (6)

    Frame / Adapter

    Block523 (2)Block1117 (2)

    Block90 (6)

  • HUNAROBO Guidebook Series5

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    Connection Shaft (4)

    Shaft(S) (4)

    Shaft(M) (4)

    Shaft(L) (4) Bush (20) Half Bush (20) Red Bush (10)Coupling (4)

    Wheel(M) (2)

    Wheel(S) (2)

    Gear(S) (2)

    Guide Wheel (2)

    Gear(M) (2)

    Gear(L) (2)

    Shaft / Bush

    Wheel/ Gear

    DC Motor(2) 6V Battery Case (1)

    IR Sensor (3)RC receiver (1)

    Electronic Part

    Hunarobo1 Mainboard (1)

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    Let's learn how to assemble each part and its function!

    3) Block35 means that it has 5holes in three rows(total 15holes),also the block35 has one side with 3 protruding parts, 2sides with 2 protruding parts and 1side with 1 protruding part.

    2) Block111 means that it has 11holes in a row and the left column side has 6 protruding parts, the other side has 5 protruding parts.

    The blocks can be assembled in any fashion as long as the parts line up.(The middle hole can be used to assemble the DC motor.)

    1) Block15 means that it has 5holes in a row and the left column side has 3 protruding parts, the other side has 2 protruding parts.

    4) Block511 means that it has 11holes in five rows(total 55holes), one side has 6 protruding parts, the other side has 5 protruding parts and the other 2side have 3 and 2 protruding parts respectively.

    Assemble blocks

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    Assemble shaft and bush

    Assemble block and frame If you assemble the frame it protruding parts get inserted into every other hole.

    Try to assemble in order.

    Assemble DC motor and coupling

    The coupling is used to join the shaft to the motor and can be used to make the shaft longer.

  • HUNAROBO Guidebook Series9

    Beginning Course: Getting to know the principles and configurations of the robot

    Follow the order.

    Follow the order.

    Assemble DC motor and wheel

    Assemble L adapter and block

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    What robots are we going to assemble?

    < Inspector Gadget's arm >

    < Air-sing-sing >

    < Turtle > < Scorpion >

    < Apache Helicopter >

    < Power Spin >

  • HUNAROBO Guidebook Series11

    Beginning Course: Getting to know the principles and configurations of the robot

    What is a Robot ?

    1. What is defined as an automatic machine that performs actions according to the demands of humans?

  • HUNAROBO Guidebook Series59

    Beginning Course: Getting to know the principles and configurations of the robot

    Frame11

    Shaft

    Short Shaft(5holes spacing)

    Middle Shaft(7holes spacing)

    Long Shaft(11holes spacing)

    "HUNAROBO" Dictionary Early Adopter

    An early adopter is someone who picks up new technology more quickly than the rest of society. In a heavily technological age, an early adopter has the newest hardware gadgets, the most innovative software releases, and often the most technical skills as well. Early adopters test out and prove the potential merits of products for the rest of the population, which slowly follows through on the growing trend. As a result, every early adopter is an important part of the process behind releasing a technological innovation. (http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-an-early-adopter.htm)

    IEEE standard802.11n is a newer standard of WiFi LAN, or wireless local area network technology, subsequent to standards 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g. Its proper name is IEEE 802.11n, as it is a protocol developed by the international non-profit Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The number "11" indicates the IEEE working group assigned to 802 standards, and the "n" refers to a special task group within this body, known as TGn.

    E-brandCompanies with products on the Internet promote awareness of the brand image by establishing the brand in cyberspace using Logos, advertising,Content, design and delivery to the customer is using a variety of ways.

    This is the HunaRobo dictionary.

    Take a look to get some help.

  • SPECIAL THANKS TO1. Dr.Jun Jo: Professor at Griffith University2. Jeon Young Guk: Doctor of Education at University of Illinois in the U.S.3. Byeon Hwang U:Professor at Suncheon Je-il college, Doctor of Engineering at Hanyang Universtity, President of Korean Robot-culture Corporation 4. Yang Hae Won : Professor at Hanyang University, Doctor of Engineering at Kyoto Universtity in Japan, President of Korean Electrical Society5. Robot Science Education center at Suncheon University: Kim jin young, Ju seon jeong(Researcher)

    Revised Edition: 2011. 3. 18

    Published by: SRC Inc.,Address: 526, DMC High-Tech Business Center, 1580, Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, KOREATel: 02-444-4254Web-site: www.hunarobo.com

    Registration Date: 2009.03.12Registration Number: N0.482-2009-000002

    Managerial department: Robot business divisionResearch & Development: Wi Myung Ho, You Dong Jae, Seo Myoung Cheon, Shin Jeong Geun, Yu Ji KyeongEdit Designer: Kim Hya Young, Kim Song Yi

    ISBN 978-89-96811-11-7 93560

    No part of this publication may be reproduced in printed, written or any other form except under the permission of SRC Inc.,