Design and Development of Path Following Robot with Spray Painting
Keywords:IR sensor, Wiper motor, DC motor, Ardunio UNO, Spray Nozzle
A line follower robot is a device that has the potential to revolutionize many sectors like spray painting. An automated or semi-automated line follower is used to spray paint to reduce the cost and time that are spent in the manual process. For spray painting, the line follower robot follows black lines on a white surface or white lines on the black surface or invisible magnetic lines. Adequate motion and moving circuits are controlled. In spray-painting, a sprayer is attached to this robot. The sprayer is controlled by air pressure. In order to reduce cost and painting time, it is essential to develop an automated method for a line follower robot that is used for spray painting.
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