Okio J5 Style Robot Project

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This is OKIO J5 style robot made from an upright vaccum cleaner. The head i made from a dremel accessory toolkit and led eyes ,2 servos for eye covers. The neck is supported via 2 Rc oil filled shocks. He is 44 inches in height. Weight is 28 lbs. Has 9 inch Windows 10 tablet. The tracks are not functional. The robot has motorized wheels and 2 from casters. I also installed an HD usb camera between the eyes. Used 19 v lithium battery for drive motors and 7.4 v lithium for electronics. The arms have 2 shoulder servos and the hands are spring loaded fingers from a Robosapien robot. ;)
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proteusy
Commented September 2017
I see a evolution robotics sticker...
Did you had an ER-1? :)
rb550f
Commented September 2017
Yes I did have an ER-1 robot.
JustinRatliff
Commented September 2017
@rb550f, super clever design! Do I see "Ohio", is that the reason for the Red and Silver color scheme? Are you in Ohio too (I'm around Cincinnati)?

Did you gut all of the vacuum parts? What vacuum model was it? Do the tracks float above the ground I take it? It really looks awesome!
rb550f
Commented September 2017
I live in central Arkansas. The name of robot is OKIO. Yes I gutted vac except for power switch. The tracks float above ground. I will post more detail pictures when I return from Bend,Oregon vacation. The neck was created by turning the upper handle 180 degrees.The cannister can be removed with EZB mounted in place. I used a cordless drill battery that slides in the back . The tablet is detachable. Thank you for positive feedback.
Jeremie
Commented September 2017
Yeah, OKIO is pretty awesome looking! Nice work @rb550f
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Published on Wednesday, September 27, 2017