Design and cleaning of the robot

Modified on Tue, 9 May, 2023 at 4:05 PM

The robot is made of highly durable and fully enclosed polycarbonate construction. The robot consists of a body, head with protruding ears (antennae), two side wheels, and one small wheel at the front. There are several holes in the robot’s housing. These are: charging port, ground contrast sensor, light sensor, and screw holes.





The robot's housing is made of one of the most durable plastics available on the market - polycarbonate (PC) – extremely resistant to damage.

The robot's antennas (ears) are flexible, made of thermoplastic polyester elastomer (TPE), so they will not break if you drop the robot.


Clean your robot with a damp cloth soaked in water with dishwashing soap.
To remove stains, stubborn marks, e.g. permanent marker or glue, use isopropyl alcohol (often called ‘rubbing alcohol’). The use of alcohol-based cleaning products does not result in housing discoloration. From time to time, you can clean the wheels by removing fluff from the bearings/cavities with tweezers (or pets’ hair, if you have a pet).

Aggressive cleaning agents, such as acetone based agents, must NOT be used to clean the robot!

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