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Zumo Chassis Kit (No Motors)
The Pololu Zumo chassis is a small, tracked robot platform that is less than 10 cm on each side, allowing it to qualify for Mini Sumo competitions. The chassis is composed of black ABS and features a compartment for four AA batteries and sockets for two micro metal gearmotors. It ships as a kit with two silicone tracks, two drive and two idler sprockets, a 1/16″ acrylic mounting plate, and mounting hardware. (Motors and batteries are not included.)
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MINTomat: an over-complicated bubble gum dispenser- 10 February 2017
MINTomat lets you operate two robot arms and a wirelessly controlled custom robot based on a Pololu Zumo chassis to dispense a gumball in an...
Darth Vader Santa Claus Sumo Bot- 24 December 2014
Happy Holidays everyone! I thought it would be fun to share this sumo bot that features Darth Vader/Santa Claus and uses our Zumo chassis. The...
ToyCollect: A robot that collects toys from hard-to-reach places- 19 November 2014
The people at Seewald Solutions posted about their Raspberry Pi-based robot they call ToyCollect. Inspired by the creator’s daughter, who hides her...
Modding the Zumo: encoders, WiFi, GPS, USB, 120 MHz, and joystick control- 1 August 2014
Forum user Erich uses our Zumo chassis as a platform for teaching robotics, but instead of using the Zumo shield, he has been making his own custom...
Wi-Fi controlled Zumo Chassis with DRV8835 and GoPro- 26 June 2014
Forum user Pablo shared his Wi-Fi controlled robot with pictures and videos from his Instagram. In Pablo’s forum post, he summarizes his project,...
Custom optical encoder signal processing board for the Zumo- 16 May 2014
Erich, a professor at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland, posted to our forum about a circuit he designed for the...
Raspberry Zumo Robot- 6 January 2014
Frédéric Jelmoni built a neat robot with a Raspberry Pi and a Zumo Chassis Kit. The Raspberry Zumo robot can be controlled over WiFi using telnet....
Mini Sumo Tournament (with Zumos!)- 17 December 2013
Erich, a professor at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland, posted to our forum about their first Mini Sumo...