Dobot Lab: Installation

Question: How do I install Dobot Lab in my class, and how much does it cost? Answer: Well… It’s free. It will always be free we are told! and to get it, you just have to sign up for an account with Dobot, go here: https://www.dobot-robots.com/service/download-center?keyword=&products%5B%5D=316...

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Activity 1.1 Robot Axis & Motion

Download Activity 1.1 Robot Axis & Motion Description In activity 1.1, your job is to make the Dobot Magician Lite write the word CIM. Jointed arm robots are useful for many different tasks because of its range of motion and degrees of freedom. In this activity, you will learn how...

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Dobot Magician Spare Parts

Question: My ___________________ for my Dobot Magician/Magician Light is broken/missing/not working, what can I do? Answer: Ben Sawyer from InPosition Technologies has given us a pricelist of spare parts! InPosition is the certified repair company in the US, and they are the place to go...

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Should I use Dobots?

So which robots should I use in my classroom? Dobots? Lynxmotion? Rotrics? Fanuc? Great question! Jim and I use Dobot’s exclusively in our classrooms for many reasons. One of which is because we wrote the curriculum for them: Teach and Playback and Blockly. Below we have come up with some justification...

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Where do you get the Dobot handshaking wires?

Question: I’m teaching CIM for the first time in a few years and am a bit rusty. I’m getting ready to start using the Dobots. I don’t remember this 4 wire piece that goes into the breadboard. I know I have a lot of 3 pronged ones from vex. Do you know what it’s called and where I can get one?...

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09 T&P Robotics Glossary

Download Do you want a list of key vocabulary words for your students? Alphabetized and listed as to which activity they can be found in? This is your download then!  1,257 total views

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04.5 T&P Presentation-Robotic Communication

Download This presentation covers the inputs and outputs of the Dobot Magician as well as the communication technique called Handshaking. This is very simple form of communication with 1’s and 0’s. Includes the use of relays and Optical Isolators. Examples are also given for robot...

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