Fighting Grippers + Motion Files for Handstand and Cartwheel

Korean company maker of Robot kits and servos designed for of articulated robots. Re-incarnation of Megarobotics.
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Fighting Grippers + Motion Files for Handstand and Cartwheel

Post by PedroR » Mon May 30, 2011 5:59 pm

Post by PedroR
Mon May 30, 2011 5:59 pm

Hi all

We've previouslly announced the avilability of the Fighting Forearms for Robobuilder. ( 32.50 GBP inc VAT for the pair)

We've now uploaded a couple of new videos and made available for Download the [urlhttp://robosavvy.com/RoboSavvyPages/Robobuilder/Fighting_Forearms_Video_Motions.zip]Motion files to perform the maneuveurs with the Fighting Forearms you see in the videos [/url] (2 arm handstand, 1 Arm handstand, Particl Cartwheel and Full Cartwheel (this is a bold one)).

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One Arm handstand and Cartwheel (the full cartwheel is a bold attempt I must say!)


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Two Arm Hand Stand with some serious Push Ups.
This is a cool new video we received from Robobuilder. Looks very nice.


A final note to the fact that in both videos the robot seems to be using the Metal Joints. This is meant to improve stability (the standard plastic joints are are a bit flexible and the metal ones improve on this area and stabilize the robot better)
Hi all

We've previouslly announced the avilability of the Fighting Forearms for Robobuilder. ( 32.50 GBP inc VAT for the pair)

We've now uploaded a couple of new videos and made available for Download the [urlhttp://robosavvy.com/RoboSavvyPages/Robobuilder/Fighting_Forearms_Video_Motions.zip]Motion files to perform the maneuveurs with the Fighting Forearms you see in the videos [/url] (2 arm handstand, 1 Arm handstand, Particl Cartwheel and Full Cartwheel (this is a bold one)).

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One Arm handstand and Cartwheel (the full cartwheel is a bold attempt I must say!)


phpBB [media]


Two Arm Hand Stand with some serious Push Ups.
This is a cool new video we received from Robobuilder. Looks very nice.


A final note to the fact that in both videos the robot seems to be using the Metal Joints. This is meant to improve stability (the standard plastic joints are are a bit flexible and the metal ones improve on this area and stabilize the robot better)
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