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Omnibot ® 2000 - Drive Train Pictures

This process Addresses the Mechanical Disassembly of the Robot and does not address the Electronics. Accompany this Procedure is additional pictures that you can expand to see more details as needed. This Robot has IC's and Transistors and are of the earlier designs. Static discharge can damage the electronics. It is recommended that you have and use a Static grounding wrist strap.

The Omnibot ® 2000 Drive Train

Omnibot 2000 Drive Train

Omnibot 2000 Drive Train

Omnibot 2000 Drive Train Schematic


Pictures of the Omnibot ® 2000 Drive Train

Omnibot 2000 Drive Train
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Omnibot 2000 Drive Train
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Omnibot 2000 Drive Train
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We will start from the point that the robot has been dissassembled and the drive train is seperate from the rest of the parts. ( See Omnibot 2000 Dissassembly Procedure covered seperately)

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Source: My Collection - Updated 2-5-2009