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Don't just learn the Programming Board, learn a chip or module!
You can find all the programming code on the internet, but buy a RoboGuts™ Kit and get all sorts of reference code in one place!

Here you see how a chip/module connects to the RoboGuts™ circuit board so you can build projects in one day.

PICAXE 28X2 Module/RoboGuts
Following info was obtained from the PICAXE Product Details Page

A compact PICAXE-28X2 module which contains the popular PICAXE-28X2 (PIC18F25K22) chip, voltage regulator, download socket, and reset switch in a convenient 28-pin, 0.6" wide, format. Supplied as an assembled and ready to use module it is ideal for breadboarding work but will also find a suitable place in other projects.

This 28X2 module supports up to 22 inputs/outputs with 16 analogue/touch sensor channels with an operating speed up to 16MHz using an internal oscillator and 64MHz using an on-board resonator. This chip supports 4 internal and up to 32 external program slots and is capable of acting as an i2c slave device.

The 28X2 supports enhanced features such as configurable i/o pins, ring tone music and touch sensor inputs, i2c, spi and high-speed serial with background receive. Scratchpad memory plus separate Data EEPROM and Data Table are supported. See the specification tab for more X2 series information.


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Lesson Titles in GOLD are the Essential Lessons
with the lowest parts costs


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Lesson 00 Power IN

JP8 is tied directly to the Battery IN V+/Vin male header top left of RoboGuts™ circuit board above JP6
Power IN for the PICAXE 28X2 module is 7V-12V DC
Page 36 PICAXE Manual1.PDF

Various ways to power the RoboGuts™ circuit board
Lesson-00-4.5V-5V . . . . . Lesson-00-7V-12V . . . . . Lesson-00-LM7805 + 6V-12V



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Before you go any further, make sure you have the PICAXE Editor

and a PICAXE DownLoad Cable AXE027


Lesson 1: LED ON & OFF

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Lesson 2: 3-Color LED ON & OFF, Multi-Colors

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Lesson 3: Momentary Switch ON & OFF

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Lesson 4: DS18B20 Temperature

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Lesson 5: BS-170 FET & Laser Module

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Lesson 6: PC Speaker Sounds & Music

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Lesson 7: Piezo Speaker Sounds & Music

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Lesson 8: Rogue Robotics µMP3

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Lesson 9: Parallax Emic2

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Lesson 10: SpeakJet chip

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Lesson 11: Acceleration Module ADXL335

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Lesson 12: Light Dependent Resistor or Photoresistor

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Lesson 13: IRR IR Receiver

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Lesson 14: Parallax PIR

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Lesson 15: IR LED

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Lesson 16: SHARP GP2D12 IR Range Finder

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Lesson 17: Parallax PING Ultra Sonic Range Finder

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Lesson 18: SRF-05 Ultra Sonic Range Finder

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Lesson 19: HC-SR04 Ultra Sonic Range Finder

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Lesson 20: Standard Servo Motor

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Lesson 21: Continuous Rotating Servo Motor

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Lesson 22: L293D Motor Driver H-Bridge

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Lesson 23: EasyDriver Stepper Motor Driver

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Lesson 24: UNL2003 Stepper Motor Driver

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BEGIN the 3D Printable Robot Projects
All the SolidWorksMagi 3D Model .STL Files


IF you have a RoboGuts™ circuit board based project that is accepted to the X-Projects
we will give you a FREE RoboGuts™ circuit board

Your project must be built with a RoboGuts™ circuit board
Your project must include all programming code well structured and documented
IF your project includes any 3D printed components the .STL files must be supplied with the submission
IF your project includes any other components you will have to supply a list of all components including html links to purchase sources


Project X0 = Singing 'n Dancing miniFloppyBot


Click on the picture above to see the programming code

Body box, 2 Wheels, Top, Skid and Face ... the whole kit can be 3D printed on most printers in one day.

Learn how to build the bots

B.0 = RWheel, B.1 = LWheel B.7 = Red LED, B.6 = Green LED, B.5 = Blue LED C.0 = Talk & Song


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Project X1 = Cave Explorer miniFloppyBot


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Body box, 2 Wheels, Top, Skid and Face ... the whole kit can be 3D printed on most printers in one day.


Only 1 rubber band on 1 wheel for traction is why the bot
falters a little in the normal programmed operation,
but it is easily seen how the program works in the demo video.

ScardyBot ... Turns to Run Away
increase the turn radius of X0 closer to 180° to run away

ScardyBot ... Turns to Run Away
increase the turn radius of X0 closer to 180° to run away


Flip the direction and now you have a Psuedo SumoBot that goes after whatever is close!

Finds something in range and tries to stick to it like a poopie on your shoe!



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Project X2 = PIXYbot


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The PIXYbot is a miniFloppyBot with a RoboGuts™ and a PIXY CMUcam5.
The bot sees a color, displays the color in its body 3-color LED and speaks about the color it sees.

. . . . . . . . . . The one caveat to this is you need to have good lighting and bright colors for this sensor to see and
. . . . . . . . . . recognize colors correctly. Color lights and bacck-lit objects do not work with the PIXY CMUcam5.


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Project X3 = Skully ... The Head of the Grim Reaper

A Skull that moves its Jaw and Turns its Neck while it Talks

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Project X4 = Build a BillyBot Talking, Singing & Dancing Robot


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Easy to build other than painting the parts and soldering up the audio amplifier PINs.


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The RoboGuts™ are so simple!

B.0 = Neck, B.1 = RArm, B.2 = LArm, B.3 = RWheel, B.4 = LWheel
B.7 = Red LED, B.6 = Green LED, B.5 = Blue LED
C.0 = Talk & Song


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Project X6 = R2Pv1-OmniRover1



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Project X7 = D.A.I.R.



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