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I have a small issue with JD's head position. If I slide it all the way into the bracket, it won't somersault. I can get him to somersault if I pull it towards the back, but there is no way to keep it secure. Is there a way to position the head in the bracket securely?
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Also, keep in mind that the arms have a significant role in summersault. Ensure the arm servo profiles have the shoulders set correctly. The arms should be straight out and flat.
If you’d like to post a picture of your robot in alignment, we can help you. The above link and video really helps as well.
If jd is not performing a summersault correctly, l the arms or head are not calibrated with a servo fine tune profile. Here’s the tutorial for fine tuning the servos: http://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/33?courseId=1
If you require assistance with the tutorial, please post a photo of your robot in the standing position, after the servo profile is loaded. We can tell you if the servos joints have been correctly aligned.