Hey everybody, its been awhile since I built a bot, and I'm back to humanoids again lol. This is a cheap 15 DOF robot kit that I found on ebay. All the kit included was powdercoated aluminum brackets, screws, and those awesome aluminum servo horns. No instructions. So, I kinda built it my own way, with a layout similar to JD. I used MG995 servos because theyre cheap, metal geared, and (supposedly) 208 oz/in of torque. only the head servo gets its power from the EZ-B, all the rest get power from a Castle Creations 10 amp regulator. It's not enough. From what I read, these servos draw 2 amps each...gonna add more regulators later. Ok, enough chit chat, watch the video and lookit the pics!
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wright all the servo's.
all at the same time.means unscrew all horns,do the off set then srew back on.
very nice walk.love it.
it looks like the legs were re worked to kind of resemble the Robi robot legs.
I love that lay out!
you should take a look at how they mounted the head with 2 servos they get very good natural movement out of the head. ill try to post some pics.
but again awesome walking motion.
any chance you can show us how you set up the accelerometer? please.
I saw his robot - it's really cool
My robot Dave has his new V4 and is being reprogrammed.
I need to get his camera installed in his head.
His has much more power now!
I am new to all this, and really liked how yours has turned out.
Thanks for sharing.