6

The simplest method would be to just have two motors, with one motor driving each side of track. To go forward, both motors forward; backward both back; to turn set one motor to go faster than the other, only drive one side, or set one forward and the other backward. It is a fairly common treaded vehicle steering system. The linked system with dual ...


4

All 3 of the sets you listed actually use the same type of tracks, they are Technic, Link Tread Wide with Two Pin Holes #57518. In my opinion this type would be your best option for driving a robot for a number of reasons: Since they come as links the tracks can be made any length you want, allowing a lot of flexibility in designing the robot. These are ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible