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== Drawings ==
== Drawings ==
All drawings and sketches should be made using '''Lego Digital Designer'''.
All drawings and sketches should be made using '''LEGO Digital Designer (LDD)'''. LDD can be installed for free from the [https://www.lego.com/en-us/ldd LEGO website].


Create four drawings of the robot: front, top, most detailed side, and a drawing of the gear trains. Sensors, motors, and gears must be included in each drawing. '''If the robot does not use any gears, make sure to explicitly state that during the presentations.'''
Using LDD, create four drawings of the robot: front, top, most detailed side, and a drawing of the gear train(s). Sensors, motors, and gears must be included in each drawing. '''If the robot does not use any gears, make sure to explicitly state that in your presentations.'''


Each revision of the design must be documented and all changes must be presented during Milestone presentations.
Each revision of the design must be documented and all changes must be presented during Milestone presentations.
[[Image:Modular6.gif|frame|center|Figure {{{1}}}: Sample isometric image from Lego Digital Designer (without part numbers)]]

Latest revision as of 18:24, 9 January 2020

Drawings

All drawings and sketches should be made using LEGO Digital Designer (LDD). LDD can be installed for free from the LEGO website.

Using LDD, create four drawings of the robot: front, top, most detailed side, and a drawing of the gear train(s). Sensors, motors, and gears must be included in each drawing. If the robot does not use any gears, make sure to explicitly state that in your presentations.

Each revision of the design must be documented and all changes must be presented during Milestone presentations.