Can the AT01's Manual be Posted ??

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Can the AT01's Manual be Posted ??

Post by NullARC » Sun Nov 12, 2006 1:25 am

Post by NullARC
Sun Nov 12, 2006 1:25 am

I'm really excited for the release of the AT01. I was wondering if the digital copy of the manual could be posted for download? (I believe I read about a digital manual coming with the kit.) I would really like to get an advanced peek! I don't know if Kyosho has any rules about this though.

Thanks!
I'm really excited for the release of the AT01. I was wondering if the digital copy of the manual could be posted for download? (I believe I read about a digital manual coming with the kit.) I would really like to get an advanced peek! I don't know if Kyosho has any rules about this though.

Thanks!
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Re: Can the AT01's Manual be Posted ??

Post by tempusmaster » Sun Nov 12, 2006 3:09 am

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Sun Nov 12, 2006 3:09 am

NullArc wrote:I'm really excited for the release of the AT01. I was wondering if the digital copy of the manual could be posted for download? (I believe I read about a digital manual coming with the kit.) I would really like to get an advanced peek! I don't know if Kyosho has any rules about this though.

Thanks!


All of the MANOI AT01 documentation is available online via the Kyosho website. At this point it is only available in Japanese pdf files here:

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/products/robot/download/download.html

Manual download page via Google:
http://translate.google.com/translate?u ... uage_tools

The RCB-3 controller is slightly different from the RCB-3J used for the KHR-2HV, but close enough so that you can use the English RCB-3J without any problems as long as you keep in mind that the AT01 servo designations and setup are different.
NullArc wrote:I'm really excited for the release of the AT01. I was wondering if the digital copy of the manual could be posted for download? (I believe I read about a digital manual coming with the kit.) I would really like to get an advanced peek! I don't know if Kyosho has any rules about this though.

Thanks!


All of the MANOI AT01 documentation is available online via the Kyosho website. At this point it is only available in Japanese pdf files here:

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/products/robot/download/download.html

Manual download page via Google:
http://translate.google.com/translate?u ... uage_tools

The RCB-3 controller is slightly different from the RCB-3J used for the KHR-2HV, but close enough so that you can use the English RCB-3J without any problems as long as you keep in mind that the AT01 servo designations and setup are different.
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Post by NullARC » Mon Nov 13, 2006 3:17 am

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Thanks for the info tempusmaster. This stuff shoud tide me over for a while... I'll have to brush up on my Japanese though! :lol:
Thanks for the info tempusmaster. This stuff shoud tide me over for a while... I'll have to brush up on my Japanese though! :lol:
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Post by tempusmaster » Mon Nov 13, 2006 6:26 am

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Mon Nov 13, 2006 6:26 am

NullArc wrote:Thanks for the info tempusmaster.

You're very welcome.
This stuff shoud tide me over for a while... I'll have to brush up on my Japanese though! :lol:

It's a lot of info - about 110 pages just for the assembly manual alone. The assembly diagrams and exploded views are great. You could almost assemble the whole thing without having to translate anything.
NullArc wrote:Thanks for the info tempusmaster.

You're very welcome.
This stuff shoud tide me over for a while... I'll have to brush up on my Japanese though! :lol:

It's a lot of info - about 110 pages just for the assembly manual alone. The assembly diagrams and exploded views are great. You could almost assemble the whole thing without having to translate anything.
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