I had actually grabbed a pair of ASB-04 brackets first. I've had them bolted up together before when I was playing around with the Mark III design.
The ASB-13B "chassis" works great! And a pair of 'L' brackets and a Pololu caster makes a good front/drag wheel. I can't wait to get it powered!
The BH-02 "4 AA Flat Pack with 5.75" leads" can be attached under the R/C servos with Velcro. Nice fit!
What I'm missing (and needed precise dimensions for) is a transition board (adapter) to take the BB II on spacers, and bolt into four holes of the ASB-13B. Now that I've got the proper dimensions (I was off 11 tho' on one of the dimensions), I can rework my bracket accurately. I'll also put in holes for the Arduino UNO board to satisfy the HBRobotics club build.
Another addition that I haven't worked out the mounting for is a solder-less breadboard from Parallax:
It would be mounted above the uP board.
The IR range finders (not sonar, as previously mentioned) are currently just mounted by one hole each of one of the 'L' brackets, something better could be done here (and I really want them at angles.)
i feel a sale coming on. he he he :wink:
i like the idea of using the AS13B as a chassis for a small robot. very cool idea.
using two ASB-04's would give you extra holes tho! :wink:
Thanks. I'll just mill the extra holes, now that I accurately know their positions.