selfmade Humanoid robot

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selfmade Humanoid robot

Post by Guy » Fri Jun 22, 2007 5:57 pm

Post by Guy
Fri Jun 22, 2007 5:57 pm

Hi everyone,

Let me introduce my humanoid robot called humabot.

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He is made from cnc selfbuild servo bracket in 5052 alu and blue bird servos.

For the moment i'm working on electronics (ssc-32 for the moment) and looking for a freeware servo sequencer to drive it.
If anyone as an idea about, i'm interested

More pictures on my web site : http://g.ehretsmann.free.fr/electroniqu ... tique.html

Guy from France.

Sorry for my poor english.
Hi everyone,

Let me introduce my humanoid robot called humabot.

Image

He is made from cnc selfbuild servo bracket in 5052 alu and blue bird servos.

For the moment i'm working on electronics (ssc-32 for the moment) and looking for a freeware servo sequencer to drive it.
If anyone as an idea about, i'm interested

More pictures on my web site : http://g.ehretsmann.free.fr/electroniqu ... tique.html

Guy from France.

Sorry for my poor english.
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Post by Robo1 » Fri Jun 22, 2007 6:08 pm

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Fri Jun 22, 2007 6:08 pm

Hi Looks good.

What are the specs e.g. weight, size.

bren
Hi Looks good.

What are the specs e.g. weight, size.

bren
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Post by Guy » Fri Jun 22, 2007 6:19 pm

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Fri Jun 22, 2007 6:19 pm

Thanks Bren,

Well this robot is about 40cm hight and about 1.5 Kg.
Is equiped with 22 servos drive by SSC-32.
The first test shows that servos are strong enought to support this weight.
For the moment no sensors are installed, I'm looking for Sharp distance sensor and different things like that.

as I said, the sequencing is my problem for the moment.

Guy
Thanks Bren,

Well this robot is about 40cm hight and about 1.5 Kg.
Is equiped with 22 servos drive by SSC-32.
The first test shows that servos are strong enought to support this weight.
For the moment no sensors are installed, I'm looking for Sharp distance sensor and different things like that.

as I said, the sequencing is my problem for the moment.

Guy
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Post by AI-Bot » Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:50 pm

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Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:50 pm

Hi Guy


What type of servo do you use?
It looks big, so I assume robot servo or your standard servo.


Thank
Hi Guy


What type of servo do you use?
It looks big, so I assume robot servo or your standard servo.


Thank
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Post by Guy » Tue Jun 26, 2007 3:02 pm

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Tue Jun 26, 2007 3:02 pm

Hi,

As i said, I use Bluebird servo model BMS-610 (9,5kg torque) and make test with BMS 630 and 660 (14kg torque) : works well.

Guy
Hi,

As i said, I use Bluebird servo model BMS-610 (9,5kg torque) and make test with BMS 630 and 660 (14kg torque) : works well.

Guy
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Post by limor » Wed Jun 27, 2007 1:37 pm

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Wed Jun 27, 2007 1:37 pm

looks great!
what tools did you use to design it?
please post some videos (save on youtube and copy-paste the < object... link here in the forum)
:D
looks great!
what tools did you use to design it?
please post some videos (save on youtube and copy-paste the < object... link here in the forum)
:D
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Post by Guy » Thu Jun 28, 2007 10:02 am

Post by Guy
Thu Jun 28, 2007 10:02 am

Thanks Limor,

Well, this robot is the result of an "instinctive" design ! It is also the result of long surfing period on the net, the idea came like this. About the pieces, they are designed with the freeware dxf drawing program Qcad 1.5 : very powerfull and usefull.

No video for the moment, you have to wait that sequencing technics are ok.
I will try a very interesting USB interface comming from spain : more info at this adress : www.jvmbots.com
It seems to works like cubase (music sequencer soft).

More info soon i wish.

Regards,

Guy
Thanks Limor,

Well, this robot is the result of an "instinctive" design ! It is also the result of long surfing period on the net, the idea came like this. About the pieces, they are designed with the freeware dxf drawing program Qcad 1.5 : very powerfull and usefull.

No video for the moment, you have to wait that sequencing technics are ok.
I will try a very interesting USB interface comming from spain : more info at this adress : www.jvmbots.com
It seems to works like cubase (music sequencer soft).

More info soon i wish.

Regards,

Guy
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Post by cedtat » Tue Jul 17, 2007 3:17 pm

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 3:17 pm

Hello Guy,

I have also made a robot using SSC32 board.
I have made a simple software to control the servos and play sequence in C# but not time to spend on it right now to enhance it before showing this.
Please came here to share information on your software when it will work !

Another french guy !
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Hello Guy,

I have also made a robot using SSC32 board.
I have made a simple software to control the servos and play sequence in C# but not time to spend on it right now to enhance it before showing this.
Please came here to share information on your software when it will work !

Another french guy !
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Re: selfmade Humanoid robot

Post by pio » Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:13 pm

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Fri Nov 02, 2007 2:13 pm

Guy wrote:For the moment i'm working on electronics (ssc-32 for the moment) and looking for a freeware servo sequencer to drive it.


Hi,Guy

Do you find out the freeware ?? Thanks.
Guy wrote:For the moment i'm working on electronics (ssc-32 for the moment) and looking for a freeware servo sequencer to drive it.


Hi,Guy

Do you find out the freeware ?? Thanks.
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