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Everyone loves metal detecting. But when you combine it with remote-controlled robots, the experience is taken to a whole new level.

Read on to find out how to build one for yourself!

Like most projects of this nature, you’ll need a few basic tools (listed below) and some other components.

We have included links to some of the products in case you need to buy them:

Main components:

2 no. Arduino RF Nano
2 no. 1.2A DC Motor Driver (TB6612FNG)
4 no. TT Gear Motor
4 no. Rubber Wheels
1 no. Metal Detector Module
2 no. Joystick Module
1 no. 1602 I2C LCD DISPLAY
4 no. 18650 Li-ion Battery
2 no. 18650 Battery Holder
3 no. Screw Terminal
Various 3D parts. The models for these are available from Thingiverse.
Custom PCB board.
Various bolts and nuts.
Other gear needed:

Soldering Kit
Screwdriver set
Electrical wires and soldering gear.
Assorted PCB wire female connectors and male pins.
Now that you’ve gathered together/order in what you need, the first thing to do is to print all the required 3D-printed parts. You can find the parts models here.”

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