After working on my internal “buggy” in the the body I wasn’t getting the traction that I was hoping for so I’ve done a slight compromise to my construction. I’m re-implementing from my original design my fixed middle pivot point idea so the entire internal structure is mounted on that fixed pivot point with a high torque motor on one side and a hollow bar on the other side. The hollow bar is great for when I’m installing lights and working doors to the outer shell and not getting the cables twisted. Its hard to explain but the pictures show everything. I’m also using super strong plexi-glass on every part when possible to make visibility unobstructed. I did a test drive and it works as I hopped.
I’m waiting for a delivery of a new wind-shield-whipper motor that will spin the bottom weight. My next post will be about working on body shell itself.