Omnizero - how's that possible?

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Omnizero - how's that possible?

Post by limor » Wed Mar 29, 2006 2:47 am

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Wed Mar 29, 2006 2:47 am

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So how has Mr. Takeshi Maeda managed to get Omnizero to do these quick fluid movement?

One of the recepies involves the use of the DSR8801servos hosting 28.5kg・cm of torque and rotation speed of 0.14s/60° wow!
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So how has Mr. Takeshi Maeda managed to get Omnizero to do these quick fluid movement?

One of the recepies involves the use of the DSR8801servos hosting 28.5kg・cm of torque and rotation speed of 0.14s/60° wow!
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Post by gsferrari » Wed Mar 29, 2006 5:23 am

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I saw the videos...flabbergasted!

Looks like a lot of carbon fibre went on there as well. (opinions?)

Whatever it is - this should be available in kit form :) I want one!!!
I saw the videos...flabbergasted!

Looks like a lot of carbon fibre went on there as well. (opinions?)

Whatever it is - this should be available in kit form :) I want one!!!
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Re: Omnizero - how's that possible?

Post by Guest » Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:21 pm

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Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:21 pm

limor wrote:Image


So how has Mr. Takeshi Maeda managed to get Omnizero to do these quick fluid movement?

One of the recepies involves the use of the DSR8801servos hosting 28.5kg・cm of torque and rotation speed of 0.14s/60° wow!


Are you sure that's what's in the latest Omnizero? When I watch his vids or look at the pictures it seems that his servos are almost exactly square in shape. I was wondering about that. Wondering if he bought them, or fabbed his own servo shells. I wouldn't be suprised.
limor wrote:Image


So how has Mr. Takeshi Maeda managed to get Omnizero to do these quick fluid movement?

One of the recepies involves the use of the DSR8801servos hosting 28.5kg・cm of torque and rotation speed of 0.14s/60° wow!


Are you sure that's what's in the latest Omnizero? When I watch his vids or look at the pictures it seems that his servos are almost exactly square in shape. I was wondering about that. Wondering if he bought them, or fabbed his own servo shells. I wouldn't be suprised.
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Re: Omnizero - how's that possible?

Post by tempusmaster » Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:40 pm

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Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:40 pm

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limor wrote:Image


So how has Mr. Takeshi Maeda managed to get Omnizero to do these quick fluid movement?

One of the recepies involves the use of the DSR8801servos hosting 28.5kg・cm of torque and rotation speed of 0.14s/60° wow!


Are you sure that's what's in the latest Omnizero? When I watch his vids or look at the pictures it seems that his servos are almost exactly square in shape. I was wondering about that. Wondering if he bought them, or fabbed his own servo shells. I wouldn't be suprised.


Well, I didn't realize it at Robo-One 9 when I was taking those videos, but afterwards I was told that Maeda works for VStone - which explains a lot. http://www.vstone.co.jp 8)
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limor wrote:Image


So how has Mr. Takeshi Maeda managed to get Omnizero to do these quick fluid movement?

One of the recepies involves the use of the DSR8801servos hosting 28.5kg・cm of torque and rotation speed of 0.14s/60° wow!


Are you sure that's what's in the latest Omnizero? When I watch his vids or look at the pictures it seems that his servos are almost exactly square in shape. I was wondering about that. Wondering if he bought them, or fabbed his own servo shells. I wouldn't be suprised.


Well, I didn't realize it at Robo-One 9 when I was taking those videos, but afterwards I was told that Maeda works for VStone - which explains a lot. http://www.vstone.co.jp 8)
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Post by Toukisarchu » Thu Apr 13, 2006 1:43 am

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Thu Apr 13, 2006 1:43 am

omg. those vstone bots are nice. I'm guessing omnizero has the best of everything vstone has to offer.
omg. those vstone bots are nice. I'm guessing omnizero has the best of everything vstone has to offer.
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