Robobuilder 23 DOF

Korean company maker of Robot kits and servos designed for of articulated robots. Re-incarnation of Megarobotics.
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Post by nicolas gomez » Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:50 pm

Post by nicolas gomez
Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:50 pm

Traull wrote:amazing!!!
i was going through the pros and cons of the robobuilder and bioloid but after seeing this beautiful machine i know the robobuilder is for me.


did you not like the metal brackets and chest plate for the robobuilder????

I want preserve the original appearance of the robot and avoid add more weight,I dont like the metal brackets, special the arms and the chest.

do you still use the standered controller or a different one???

now i use the standar controller,and maybe after use a mini pc

do you use it in competitions eg robo football or fighting?????

I use the robot to research in computer vision object pose estimation to robot interaction.

how quick does it walk and side step?????

- The quickly depends of the of time on the transitions between frames when editing with the movements with motion builder.

-Also the quickly depends the PID parameters of the WCK modules that make the servo responds faster or slower the desired position, as I increased the degrees of freedom and structure of the robot, I implement a new algorithm to make him walk.


sorry about so many questions just really intereasted
Traull wrote:amazing!!!
i was going through the pros and cons of the robobuilder and bioloid but after seeing this beautiful machine i know the robobuilder is for me.


did you not like the metal brackets and chest plate for the robobuilder????

I want preserve the original appearance of the robot and avoid add more weight,I dont like the metal brackets, special the arms and the chest.

do you still use the standered controller or a different one???

now i use the standar controller,and maybe after use a mini pc

do you use it in competitions eg robo football or fighting?????

I use the robot to research in computer vision object pose estimation to robot interaction.

how quick does it walk and side step?????

- The quickly depends of the of time on the transitions between frames when editing with the movements with motion builder.

-Also the quickly depends the PID parameters of the WCK modules that make the servo responds faster or slower the desired position, as I increased the degrees of freedom and structure of the robot, I implement a new algorithm to make him walk.


sorry about so many questions just really intereasted
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Post by robosavvy » Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:18 am

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Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:18 am

Hi Nicolas

With regards to tweaking the PID settings on the servos do you mind sharing the experiments you're doing and the results you're getting?

We have palyed with the PID settings just once when writing some code to test the wCK protocol and were able to tweak the servos to have, for example, a more elastic behaviour.
Other settings just made the servos shake in an uncontrolled way.

. Are you getting improved performance from the servos?
. What is your goal when tweaking the PID settings?

We'd love to hear from your experiments!

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Hi Nicolas

With regards to tweaking the PID settings on the servos do you mind sharing the experiments you're doing and the results you're getting?

We have palyed with the PID settings just once when writing some code to test the wCK protocol and were able to tweak the servos to have, for example, a more elastic behaviour.
Other settings just made the servos shake in an uncontrolled way.

. Are you getting improved performance from the servos?
. What is your goal when tweaking the PID settings?

We'd love to hear from your experiments!

Robosavvy
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Post by ron » Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:01 pm

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Tue Nov 29, 2011 5:01 pm

Great work here ! Gives me some ideas for mine.
Great work here ! Gives me some ideas for mine.
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try wallkong

Post by nicolas gomez » Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:21 pm

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Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:21 pm

the first test to walking with 23DOF

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the first test to walking with 23DOF

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Post by natsuto » Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:03 am

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Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:03 am

They apparently sent a reccomendation: If you add the metal joints of the robot, you will be greatly improved, in a stable motion.
They apparently sent a reccomendation: If you add the metal joints of the robot, you will be greatly improved, in a stable motion.
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