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Resolved by Rich!
when the robot is doing head stands or push ups it seems to fall flat on his face when on a wood floor and this causes the head to slowly come off, and it eventually falls off and must be put back on quickly so it can't fly around
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1.Adjust the movement/frame sequences so he doesn't face plant or...
2.Adjust servo positions in the frames, if you mean that when he is in the head/handstand he falls over
As for the head falling off, yours is a special bot.
Try scuffing up the 2 connectors with sand paper or wire brushes(don't do too much though).
i have started testing the demo 2 program and the one online you need to adjust all sleep counts to min 6000 but thats as far as i got today and it seems to work until the pushups where it just skips getting up and belly flops and i turn it off and try again. i have been careful to always turn it off as soon as the program goes outside of what i planed to make sure the robot is not damaged though.
How do i adjust the servo speed i have seen the 2 options to reset and release the servos in the menu but i was not sure what they were for.
also you should while i am thinking of it the cables in the feet do not come put into the holes at the back so the robot can't step on the wires but i noticed it in the manual picture and corrected that, you should add a note to the manual tho or someone's bound to have the robot tear the wire out stepping on it
Maybe a video is needed to zero in on the problem.
Have you fine tuned the robot after calibration?
Double check all servos are connected the right way around.
Double check all servos are connected to the correct ports.
Double check all servos are working.
Check you haven't got any other controls also trying to move servos or control the auto positions etc. If you have voice recognition enabled and working it may be attempting to run a command from there and causing conflicts with auto position.
JD should work fine once he is calibrated and fine tuned. Mine had problems walking due to calibration and fine tuning issued which hadn't been fixed before I tried to make him work. However, he has never had issues with the push up action.
I did have a problem getting him to head stand at first, I haven't tried since calibrating and fine tuning however nothing caused him to smack his head on anything or do anything so violently that it could cause damage to the robot.
I'm asking because I believe you may be doing this wrong if you need to calibrate daily (you should only ever need to calibrate once).
i then open the configure button in the project menu and begin using the + and - to adjust the lefts and arms a bit so he can sit without humming from jamming (i have re read and checked the online pages and pics 4 times to make sure im 100% making it straight like in the pic. once everything is straing and perfect i pick him up to double check and then save.
i then begin running the default commands to test everything is ok running my testabc after each to make sure nothing has changed and then begin trying to get my script2 to work properly
The servo profile is for fine tuning, this is different to calibration.
I also added the blue arrow to point at the examples folder button to help with your other post.
Doing a fresh install of ARC after reboot may also help with some of the other problems that you are having.
and i have uploaded version 2 now