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Post by Mako » Fri May 21, 2010 2:47 am

Post by Mako
Fri May 21, 2010 2:47 am

Hay im trevor But i go buy Mako

i am currently progressing to be a mechanical engineer with a specialization in robotics

i have built robots using Boe-Bot for my robotics course

i have also restored 1 and 1/2 rumble robots to working order
[bolt man] & [clamster]
(they were a cheap robot toy , and the one half is due to a arm servo that's busted and in need of replace on clamster)


i Am currently looking into purchasing a Humanoid Robotics Kit and i have seen Many variations

1 helpful source was http://www.robotadvice.com/robot-kits.html

robophilo the cheapest and somewhat impressive 20 degrees of freedom im starting to lean towards this but from video clips it dosent seem to have a lot of power in the arms to pick up and move objects

Then i found the Kumo-tek x , and it seems rather impressive but a bit expensive for what i see on its basic model

the Robonova one is highly appealing with the led in the head
(sorry im a sci fi fan robots need lights ) and strong and very smooth operating servos , this is a top choice unless i hear anything that says other wise

Vstone-Robovie-M version 3, is very expensive and takes a lot to get it to move and then must buy a wireless controller after building it , seems a little much.....

a interesting and not much talked about robot was Volks-Robofie VS-1 which i saw as just a anime robot made for fans but it seemed nice but it was 1800$ and the robonova outclassed it from what i saw

seen this mech rc and i like the user friendly soft ware but it doesn't seem to precise and robophilo is cheaper with more actions

so any help on this is really appreciated Thank you

:D
Hay im trevor But i go buy Mako

i am currently progressing to be a mechanical engineer with a specialization in robotics

i have built robots using Boe-Bot for my robotics course

i have also restored 1 and 1/2 rumble robots to working order
[bolt man] & [clamster]
(they were a cheap robot toy , and the one half is due to a arm servo that's busted and in need of replace on clamster)


i Am currently looking into purchasing a Humanoid Robotics Kit and i have seen Many variations

1 helpful source was http://www.robotadvice.com/robot-kits.html

robophilo the cheapest and somewhat impressive 20 degrees of freedom im starting to lean towards this but from video clips it dosent seem to have a lot of power in the arms to pick up and move objects

Then i found the Kumo-tek x , and it seems rather impressive but a bit expensive for what i see on its basic model

the Robonova one is highly appealing with the led in the head
(sorry im a sci fi fan robots need lights ) and strong and very smooth operating servos , this is a top choice unless i hear anything that says other wise

Vstone-Robovie-M version 3, is very expensive and takes a lot to get it to move and then must buy a wireless controller after building it , seems a little much.....

a interesting and not much talked about robot was Volks-Robofie VS-1 which i saw as just a anime robot made for fans but it seemed nice but it was 1800$ and the robonova outclassed it from what i saw

seen this mech rc and i like the user friendly soft ware but it doesn't seem to precise and robophilo is cheaper with more actions

so any help on this is really appreciated Thank you

:D
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Post by Mako » Fri May 21, 2010 3:08 am

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Fri May 21, 2010 3:08 am

wow 4 veiws and not 1 comment .......
wow 4 veiws and not 1 comment .......
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Post by JavaRN » Fri May 21, 2010 5:10 pm

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Fri May 21, 2010 5:10 pm

Hello Mako,

Welcome to our forum and thanks for the joke. I started with humanoids three years ago by buying a robonova kit which I found really interesting and for a beginner its very useful. Later on I moved on to the Bioloid kit, and for me it is the best kit for extensibility and for non beginners.
Hello Mako,

Welcome to our forum and thanks for the joke. I started with humanoids three years ago by buying a robonova kit which I found really interesting and for a beginner its very useful. Later on I moved on to the Bioloid kit, and for me it is the best kit for extensibility and for non beginners.
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Post by RobotServicesGroup » Fri May 21, 2010 9:14 pm

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Fri May 21, 2010 9:14 pm

Check out our advice on similar questions in this thread:

http://robosavvy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=26853#26853
Check out our advice on similar questions in this thread:

http://robosavvy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=26853#26853
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Post by Mako » Fri May 21, 2010 10:39 pm

Post by Mako
Fri May 21, 2010 10:39 pm

thank you both very much, this info is going to really help, and the bioliod looks great from what ive seen and its capabilities are awesome but its a little out of my budget for one :D
thank you both very much, this info is going to really help, and the bioliod looks great from what ive seen and its capabilities are awesome but its a little out of my budget for one :D
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