Nano Tube 20 in. Chassis, 4 gearboxes, 4 - 1/2 in. key shafts

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This is a 20 in. long Nano Tube chassis that is ready for a battery, wheels and controls.This chassis comes without wheels, but with spacers, machine keys, and hardware to contain a wheel on the 1/...Read More

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This is a 20 in. long Nano Tube chassis that is ready for a battery, wheels and controls.

This chassis comes without wheels, but with spacers, machine keys, and hardware to contain a wheel on the 1/2 in. diameter output shaft. This hardware is included to handle a 500 Key Hub (not included), which needs to be attached to the wheel of your choice.

Also, this is a bare mechanical chassis. A control system will need to be added to make this chassis come to life.

Recommended wheel options:
Don't forget to buy Hubs and Spacers for each of these wheels.

Specifications

  • Estimated Chassis Weight: 23 lbs
  • Estimated Maximum Speed: depends on wheels
  • Height: 3 in.
  • Length: 20 in. (gearbox extrusion length)
  • Load Capacity: 400 lbs (based on wheels)
  • Motors: Four CIM Motors (am-0255)
  • Weight: 23 lbs
  • Width: 21 in.

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3 reviews

  1. star star star star star 5 out of 5 stars

    "great drive base"

    "This is what we did with it : https://youtu.be/bLPh8hOIslc Great work guys!"

    DI from Toronto

  2. star star star star star 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice Platform For Class Projects

    I currently use the Nano Tube Chassis as the primary platform for all of the "big" robotic projects in our robotics class. The pre-assembled platform allows my students to spend more time designing, researching, and building the other mechanisms associated with each assignment.

    WD from Del Rio

  3. star star star star star 5 out of 5 stars

    "Nice Platform For Class Projects"

    "I currently use the Nano Tube Chassis as the primary platform for all of the "big" robotic projects in our robotics class. The pre-assembled platform allows my students to spend more time designing, researching, and building the other mechanisms associated with each assignment."

    WD from Del Rio

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