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Designed by Drexel Electrical Engineer for possible search and rescue operations. Consists of two sets of segments which alternate between motors and feet. First version.
 
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==Parts==
 
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==Files==
 
''2D Drawings in .pdf format''
 
 
[[Media:Robotic Snake 2D Drawings in PDF Format.zip|All 2D Drawings]]
 
 
 
''3D Pro/E Models''
 
<br>Each part has multiple verisons to show design improvement
 
 
[[Media:Robotic Snake 3D Models - ProE Parts with independent versions.zip|All 3D Models]]
 
 
 
''Snake Assembly''
 
 
[[Media:Robotic Snake 3D Models - ProE Assemblies with independent versions.zip|Pro/E Assembly Files]]
 
 
 
''Analysis and Logs''
 
 
[[Media:Robotic Snake Analysis.zip|Robotic Snake Pro/E Files]]
 

Latest revision as of 13:11, 14 August 2006

Figure 1: Motor Segment for Robotic Snake

Description

Designed by Drexel Electrical Engineer for possible search and rescue operations. Consists of two sets of segments which alternate between motors and feet. First version.

Parts

There are approximately 15 distinct parts which are repeated multiple times throughout the entire assembly.