My handcraft bipedal

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My handcraft bipedal

Post by ayu » Mon Mar 24, 2008 9:32 am

Post by ayu
Mon Mar 24, 2008 9:32 am

Hi guys,

I used 10 rc servos(mg-995 X 7,servo E-9001 X 3) with aluminum plank to handcraft my bipedal, and DIY MR-C3024 controller,mechanism copy the KHR-1(body) and Innovati, Inc(two legs).


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Hi guys,

I used 10 rc servos(mg-995 X 7,servo E-9001 X 3) with aluminum plank to handcraft my bipedal, and DIY MR-C3024 controller,mechanism copy the KHR-1(body) and Innovati, Inc(two legs).


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Post by Robo1 » Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:14 am

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Tue Mar 25, 2008 1:14 am

Nicely done

It's good o see people building there own bipeds. With regard to the walking gait, have you tried bending the knee jointed more to get a more natural pattern.

Keep up the good work and get some arms on there.

Bren
Nicely done

It's good o see people building there own bipeds. With regard to the walking gait, have you tried bending the knee jointed more to get a more natural pattern.

Keep up the good work and get some arms on there.

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Post by ayu » Tue Mar 25, 2008 9:42 am

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Tue Mar 25, 2008 9:42 am

Hi Bren,

My robobasic and controller were not conversance.so must hard to try the program, :oops: because those rc servos were not like RN-1's servos can Input/Output the signal.

Deeply appreciated your suggestion,thank your reply. :D

P.S. my English is very poor hope don't mind. :wink:

ayu.
Hi Bren,

My robobasic and controller were not conversance.so must hard to try the program, :oops: because those rc servos were not like RN-1's servos can Input/Output the signal.

Deeply appreciated your suggestion,thank your reply. :D

P.S. my English is very poor hope don't mind. :wink:

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Post by Robtbldr » Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:46 pm

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Wed Mar 26, 2008 3:46 pm

Hi ayu,
Nice build. I was wondering how the mg995 servos were working out. I have heard they are a bit sloppy on centering and a bit slow but it seems like you have worked out some of the kinks. I have been hesitant to use them but they are cheap and have tons of torque. Any feedback would be appreciated.
Hi ayu,
Nice build. I was wondering how the mg995 servos were working out. I have heard they are a bit sloppy on centering and a bit slow but it seems like you have worked out some of the kinks. I have been hesitant to use them but they are cheap and have tons of torque. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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Post by ayu » Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:13 pm

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Thu Mar 27, 2008 2:13 pm

Hi Robtbldr,

Select the servos because it’s cheap and powerful as you know.

The process is, at first, I afraid to try, because test as you talk about that. later refer another robot builders, decide to try again. the kinks seem acceptable.

I hope add another parts the servo would be the same.

I was beginner in robot , so should learn more from everybody, hope to do me a favor, you’re welcome.
Hi Robtbldr,

Select the servos because it’s cheap and powerful as you know.

The process is, at first, I afraid to try, because test as you talk about that. later refer another robot builders, decide to try again. the kinks seem acceptable.

I hope add another parts the servo would be the same.

I was beginner in robot , so should learn more from everybody, hope to do me a favor, you’re welcome.
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Post by Humanoido » Fri Apr 04, 2008 4:27 pm

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Fri Apr 04, 2008 4:27 pm

Great job. It appears to maintain a respectable amount of stability when walking, apparently with no gyros.

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Great job. It appears to maintain a respectable amount of stability when walking, apparently with no gyros.

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