The MELISSA Robot Kit for Kondo Servos

KHR-1, KHR-2HV, KHR-3HV, ICS servos, RCB controllers and other Kondo products
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Post by kif » Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:03 am

Post by kif
Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:03 am

hi guys;

thi is my work, it's not finished because I wanted to directly integrate a mini digital fet servo 3KG, now I'll be putting a servo 9KG

i post the new picture when i finished



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hi guys;

thi is my work, it's not finished because I wanted to directly integrate a mini digital fet servo 3KG, now I'll be putting a servo 9KG

i post the new picture when i finished



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Post by Ray » Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:47 am

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Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:47 am

Woo ...

quit good! Hand-make or machine-make ??

what size is it then ? :D

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Woo ...

quit good! Hand-make or machine-make ??

what size is it then ? :D

Cheer
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Post by kif » Sat Oct 10, 2009 6:58 pm

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Sat Oct 10, 2009 6:58 pm

Hi Ray,

100% hand make,

the size its prévious for the standard biped robot (RN, Rb, Ktx or other)

Regards
Hi Ray,

100% hand make,

the size its prévious for the standard biped robot (RN, Rb, Ktx or other)

Regards
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Post by BrianG » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:33 pm

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Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:33 pm

kif wrote:hi guys;

thi is my work, it's not finished because I wanted to directly integrate a mini digital fet servo 3KG, now I'll be putting a servo 9KG

i post the new picture when i finished



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wow!

would you sell a set of hands?
kif wrote:hi guys;

thi is my work, it's not finished because I wanted to directly integrate a mini digital fet servo 3KG, now I'll be putting a servo 9KG

i post the new picture when i finished



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wow!

would you sell a set of hands?
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Post by BrianG » Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:06 am

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Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:06 am

Dave wrote:Hey long time no speak from me, but i have recieved all the parts for my khr 2hv's right hand.
The parts will be assembled this weekend hopefully so pictures to follow!

The parts consist of a bracket to hold two servos together for elbow rotation and elbow bend. Then a hand bracket, to hold the servo to open close the hand, and the fingers and thumb.
So if they work or not pics will be posted.

Meltdowns alu fingers are very cool and work well.

Unfortunately i dont have means to make them so mine are all plastic.
Judge for yourself hopefully mondayish :)


any news?
Dave wrote:Hey long time no speak from me, but i have recieved all the parts for my khr 2hv's right hand.
The parts will be assembled this weekend hopefully so pictures to follow!

The parts consist of a bracket to hold two servos together for elbow rotation and elbow bend. Then a hand bracket, to hold the servo to open close the hand, and the fingers and thumb.
So if they work or not pics will be posted.

Meltdowns alu fingers are very cool and work well.

Unfortunately i dont have means to make them so mine are all plastic.
Judge for yourself hopefully mondayish :)


any news?
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Post by mic2 » Wed Nov 25, 2009 1:51 am

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Wed Nov 25, 2009 1:51 am

Hi Guys,

Here’s my improved design VS MELISSA God’s Hand, my new design mainly for small size robot e.g 30cm or taller.

Since it is using “Push rod” controlled by a micro servo rather than a thick Cable-Tie, so it allows me to design more compact it size.

Its size only 35mm X 55mm (included fingers protector) and it will be 100% machine cutting i.e. perfect shape and size on every hand produced from my CAD drawing.

Currently I am planning to produce a prototype shortly, once I got everything in place I’ll post more photos & videos.

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Hi Guys,

Here’s my improved design VS MELISSA God’s Hand, my new design mainly for small size robot e.g 30cm or taller.

Since it is using “Push rod” controlled by a micro servo rather than a thick Cable-Tie, so it allows me to design more compact it size.

Its size only 35mm X 55mm (included fingers protector) and it will be 100% machine cutting i.e. perfect shape and size on every hand produced from my CAD drawing.

Currently I am planning to produce a prototype shortly, once I got everything in place I’ll post more photos & videos.

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Post by kif » Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:48 am

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Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:48 am

Hi Mic2

Good work

I see your other Video its dedicated to your Robovie X !!!


PS : See your PM please advise me

Kind regards
Hi Mic2

Good work

I see your other Video its dedicated to your Robovie X !!!


PS : See your PM please advise me

Kind regards
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Post by mic2 » Sun Dec 06, 2009 2:20 pm

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Sun Dec 06, 2009 2:20 pm

kif wrote:Hi Mic2

Good work

I see your other Video its dedicated to your Robovie X !!!


PS : See your PM please advise me

Kind regards


I've replied your PM.

By the way what size of your robot hand? Must be very hard work. I am making a prototype from my drawing ..... very hard work..... :wink: I will post more photos later.
kif wrote:Hi Mic2

Good work

I see your other Video its dedicated to your Robovie X !!!


PS : See your PM please advise me

Kind regards


I've replied your PM.

By the way what size of your robot hand? Must be very hard work. I am making a prototype from my drawing ..... very hard work..... :wink: I will post more photos later.
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Post by mic2 » Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:18 am

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Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:18 am

Here’s the real thing, although it is 100% machine cutting "which give perfect shape and size", but it is still a hard work to bend sheet metal into shape! :wink:

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Here’s the real thing, although it is 100% machine cutting "which give perfect shape and size", but it is still a hard work to bend sheet metal into shape! :wink:

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Post by Thex1138 » Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:17 am

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Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:17 am

mic2 wrote:Here’s the real thing, although it is 100% machine cutting "which give perfect shape and size", but it is still a hard work to bend sheet metal into shape! :wink:


I been sourcing parts to construct hands...
I got some thin gauge aluminum sheets but it seems it will be too thin...
I did also consider mouldable plastic so i will do some testing later on...

Where did you source the M2 screws?? I can't find many outlets at all...

Your hands look great by the way...
mic2 wrote:Here’s the real thing, although it is 100% machine cutting "which give perfect shape and size", but it is still a hard work to bend sheet metal into shape! :wink:


I been sourcing parts to construct hands...
I got some thin gauge aluminum sheets but it seems it will be too thin...
I did also consider mouldable plastic so i will do some testing later on...

Where did you source the M2 screws?? I can't find many outlets at all...

Your hands look great by the way...
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Post by mic2 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:46 pm

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Where did you source the M2 screws?? I can't find many outlets at all...

Your hands look great by the way...



Yeah, they are not easy to get, I got them from Vstone.



Where did you source the M2 screws?? I can't find many outlets at all...

Your hands look great by the way...



Yeah, they are not easy to get, I got them from Vstone.
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Post by mic2 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:47 pm

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Here's the video.
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Post by tempusmaster » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:55 pm

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mic2 wrote:Here's the video.


Very nice! Congratulations. :)
mic2 wrote:Here's the video.


Very nice! Congratulations. :)
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Post by Ray » Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:08 am

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Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:08 am

Good work mic!

Congratulations., does Vstone include the metal bending for you ? and
how much Vstone cost you for a pair of hand cutting ?

Cheer,

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Good work mic!

Congratulations., does Vstone include the metal bending for you ? and
how much Vstone cost you for a pair of hand cutting ?

Cheer,

Ray.
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Post by mic2 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 10:23 pm

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Tue Dec 29, 2009 10:23 pm

Hi Ray, good to hear from you, since Vstone set a lot of rules and limitation so at the end of the day I don’t use Vstone. However you’ll have to sand all sharp edges and band them yourself, banding sheet metal is not a fun thing to do, it took me ages to get it into right shape! Now I know why “God Hard” is so expensive…:wink:
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Hi Ray, good to hear from you, since Vstone set a lot of rules and limitation so at the end of the day I don’t use Vstone. However you’ll have to sand all sharp edges and band them yourself, banding sheet metal is not a fun thing to do, it took me ages to get it into right shape! Now I know why “God Hard” is so expensive…:wink:
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