My new crane robot video below

EzAng

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Here is a pictures and new video of my new crane robot, many nuts and screws, servo city parts, two servo blocks for strength

I putt a servo Winch Pulley on it, video below

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EzAng

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EzAng,
  Those ServoCity pillow blocks with bearings really transform what a servo can do.
Adding control from a micro controller will top any Erector Set build that I have seen.
Looks very interesting and heavy duty.
Looking forward to any updates, thanks for sharing.
Steve S
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Thanks Steve,
and  - Your community post was liked by 'Nomad 6R'.

I agree about those Servo City servo blocks

This is a robot site, so I I trying to build different robots

Like I said, I am putting a servo Winch Pulley on it, then I will post a video

What are you up too Steve ?

EzAng
#3  
Agreed,
 The Actobotics product line from Servocity is like an adult Erector Set, and has been one of the best additions to the development of many cool robot designs hands down. :D
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#4  
Well,

I finished my crane with a hook and a winch pulley, will try to post a video today or tomorrow

I agree , Servocity is like an adult Erector Set  :-)
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Here is on picture with the  hook and winch

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The winch is in the back
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My new robot crane 2021

Servo City parts, controlled by ARC

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#7  
EzAng,
  Very smooth movements, well done.  Voice commands also add to it.
Steve S
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What count did you use,1024?
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Yes in properties  1024

Every servo 3 frames, 1, 1024, 512 in auto-position -  right, cleft, center - up, down, center


Thanks Jeremie for liking my post, received the email
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On to my next project,  a servo City Car

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EzAng
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EzAng
The crane is awesome, It operated so smooth. Got a cool plan for it in something?:)
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Boys and their toys. I love it when guys play and have fun. Keeps us all young and the brains sharp. Nice work. Don't stop. 

Also nice looking car platform. servo City is getting rich off you (and me. hehehe).
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#14  
RoboHappy, thanks for your comment, I have no plans for the crane. Any Ideas?


Dave, thanks for your comment also, 

I purchased my first JD robot in March of 2019 - now it is May 2021, learned so many things in over 2 years, and I hope more projects to come also.

Agree, servo city is getting rich off you and me, :-(      , lol  -  These projects do keep the mind, brain sharp...

My wife and I do wonder, what do others do with all their projects?

my office is getting loaded with these things, 3d printer and all the rest, lol

EzAng
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This morning while drinking some coffee, I was looking up the "latest in robotics technology".  I was amazed by what I saw.

Just put "latest in robotics technology" and "the history of robotics", in google or any search engine, just to mention a few, robotics in: AI, automation, medical,  all the military, space, manufacturing, robotics education in schools etc... 

Looking up graphs and charts of the life of robotics...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_robots

https://robotics.sites.stanford.edu/about/history-robotics

The first modern robots
The earliest robots as we know them were created in the early 1950s by George C. Devol, an inventor from Louisville, Kentucky. He invented and patented a reprogrammable manipulator called "Unimate," from "Universal Automation." For the next decade, he attempted to sell his product in the industry, but did not succeed. In the late 1960s, businessman/engineer Joseph Engleberger acquired Devol's robot patent and was able to modify it into an industrial robot and form a company called Unimation to produce and market the robots. For his efforts and successes, Engleberger is known in the industry as "the Father of Robotics."



Let me know what you think,

be well, EzAng