Update To My Wall-e


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update 9-9-2013
added pics of the sparkfun mp3 trigger and installation.

check it out!
I have added body tilt, forward back, left and right.

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WoW, watch that back movement, lol.
i know right!

I was going to edit out....but thought it was funny
That is what my original Wall E,
Does all the time, without EZB.
Steve S
United Kingdom
Nice work. I really need to do my Wall-E, videos like these give me the inspiration I need, now if only I had the time too.

Great work!
Looking good! How did you do yours?
Sup troy,

I used your set up for the body tilt. Thanks again for all the pics and advise on your thread!
The only problem was the body is much smaller than the u command wall e, so I placed all 4 servos under the body instead of inside.

I will. Set up the rest of the servos and show off all the point of movement.

3 motions in the head (4 servos)
1 neck in and out motion (1 servo)
2 motions in each arm (2 servos per arm)
Body tilt and wheels.(4 servos)
Plus a smoke sensor / 2 ir sensors / mp3 sounds and LEDs

Trying to break into the top 5 of tricked out wall-e's on the forum!
Great job. Im glad you were able to improve on it. We all are learning from each other. You have a lot of movement in the head and body. I love it. Again great job.
All you need are some dance scripts.:D
I concur with Troy! ......very cool Wall-E which I will be following!
adding sparkfun mp3 trigger
i cut some slots on the top of the body for the main switch and access to the micro sd card.

first some pics of the wall e

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now some pics of the slots that i cut

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now some pics of the mp3 trigger board in the body

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and finally some pics of the micro sd card and main button "popping" out of the slots i cut.

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Smoke sensor and "all movement" video coming up.

I love robots!