rbnnxt wrote:I don't think it is hitting the guidance beam. However I suspect it is fouling the connector rod against the gear on the grab assembly. I'll check against the photos when you post them. I won't be able to do more on the model for a few days.
rbnnxt wrote:I think I've found the problem. I had the grab and lift arm motors the wrong way round. I think your program is different to the nxt-g allocation. Also I notice that the port for the light sensor is also altered. Now I've corrected the wiring it is beginning to work. Some adjustments necessary, as is usual for a complex model, but there is light at the end of the tunnel!
rbnnxt wrote:Thanks for the photos. I think you may also have altered the bottom end of the ball chute where it meets the first stand. Can you give any detail of alterations here? For example, it looks like you've used two 13 beams instead of the 13 plus 11 one specified in Philo's original design. I can't quite see the detail at the bottom end on the video.
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