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Re: [SeattleRobotics] Re: Donating a Heath kit Hero1 Robot

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  • KM6VV
    That s very nice of you Dan! Long time no talk. Alan KM6VV HBRobotics
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 15, 2013
      That's very nice of you Dan!

      Long time no talk.

      Alan KM6VV

      On 3/15/2013 12:13 PM, dmauch@... wrote:
      > I hope my offer comes up at the next SRS meeting.
      > Dan
      > --- In SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com, dmauch@... wrote:
      >> Correct its a Hero ET18
      >> Dan Mauch
      >> --- In SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com, dmauch@ wrote:
      >>> I have a Hero robot that is in disrepair. Right now when you power it up I get a low battery voltage message. I think there is a problem with the charging circuit as I replaced the batteries some time ago. Also the arm and wrist are broken but could be repaired. I have all of the manuals for assembly, trouble shooting and programming. I have the teaching pendant and will trow in a caseete recorder for saving or loading programs. I have all the cowlings and covers.
      >>> I would like to donate the whole thing to some deserving young member of course with their parents approval. I would say that probably the receipient should be better at electronics and programming than a mechanical wizard.
      >>> I have not attended any meeting for about 10 years so I have no idea of whom should get the Hero. Therefore at you next meeting I would like the members to chosse the receipient and to forward to me the phone number of the parent(s) of the person selectet so I can make arrangements for them to pick it up.
      >>> Dan Mauch
      >>> Camtronics-cnc.com
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