I haven't been here for a while but have been keeping up from time to time
anyways I wanted to introduce my new robot.
I wanted a nice Hex but I had issues with the Phoenix route so decided EZ-B was the way to go.
So armed with a decent Chinese Aluminium Hex body I set to getting this thing built.
Today it took its first steps. I don't have a name yet but im sure it will come
I put up some videos soon. ive just got to get it all connected again.
Im loving how easy it is to create programs with the ARC I had it walking in 2 hours
so here it is:
Im planning some sensors and maybe an attack Mode with fangs on another servo to chase the cats out of my garden.
thanks for reading. I hope the pictures are there this is my first upload...
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my first youtube upload and my first ezrobot video upload
thanks DJ for help with the script
the fangs need tweaking but you can see the principle
Not cool man
make your own posts
Andre *confused* *mad*
They should read the Forum Etiquette section here, http://www.ez-robot.com/Community/Forum/Thread?threadId=321 and start a Project Showcase of their project. Hopefully, he'll remove his posts and video and start his own thread highlighting his robot.
Your robot looks great!
you can ask the person to remove his video,but you need to call him by name.
els he will not now its about him.am sure he didn know the video will be chown,
in your header.he was just excited to see same robot.
I didn't hijacking this thread, in fact I was replying back to @drephreak, with
the video of my Hexapod, who had respond back to my thread a while ago!
I'll gladly remove my video, and not sure how it ended up as the photo on this header?
Anyway, it's great that you took part in the discussion and shared your cool little spider. I thought it was right "on topic" and very appropriate. Heck, there are literally thousands of posts with people showing off what they built that is similar to the these threads OP's robot. I don't know why they chose you to drop the hammer on. Just ignore them and feel free to share your on topic ideas and achievements. Shearing is what this forum is all about. It always helps and is very enjoyable to have someone who is working on something like you and to show off their work and ideas behind it. This is how we learn from each other. I hope you repost your video. I found it to be very informative and cool.
I also hope members stop trying to stifle interaction and speech here. We've lost a few very talented people that were just trying to share their ideas because someone jumped in their shit. They were told they were wrong to present their methods and they would "get over that way of thinking" once they were graced with the presents of an EZB.
As far as your pic getting placed on the topic header it was a function of the computer monitoring this forum. It was ignorant and abusive to imply you had anything to do with it. Common since and social grace is not a requirement for membership here. However not inciting a witch hunt is. *mad*
For the record, ignorance is not a bad word. I just means that the person does not know.
I’m currently rebuilding my hexapod using the HDD Servos and EZB controller, as I complete disassembled it to using the Servos and EZB when I started my InMoov build.
One of the major issues I had was because the framework was ALL metal and with the 20 Servos and 2 batteries the hexapod was extremely heavy and the Servos would buzz like mad in certain hold positions ( normal characteristics of MG996R and most other servos ).
With the HDD Servos there’s no buzzing at all, and are fantastic servos.
I’ll post pics and video once completed.