I am thinking about trying out using a stencil on one of my boards, so I ordered one from OSH stencil,
Now wondering what is the easiest
I know I keep jumping around, but I am having some fun!
About a week or two ago, I purchased a Teensy 3.1 board as it looked like it could
Hey guys, I'm going to document as i go here. It'll be somewhat redundant to other guides, but maybe someone will learn something.
Here is a demo of our robot moving fully autonomously, using http://marvelmind.com/ precise (+-2cm) navigation system:
I'm starting a new build of my hexapod and am working on a processing plan/architecture. The hardware is a MKII with AX12 servos.
Gait test of my next project named Golem. My primary goal for the project is to learn ROS (www.ros.org) so I designed this platform to keep it interesting.
For my first attempt I ordered the kapton, and I expect it to be a build 1 or 2 boards only.
Toaster oven: Temperature
oshstencils now offers 4mil stainless steel in addition to the regular 3mil and 5mil kapton.
I've successfully used toaster ovens with a temperature gauge.
I have managed to reflow a board on an aluminum plate in a skillet on a gas range,
If you go with the low-temp tin-bismuth blend I mentioned a while back (I think it was in the YETIS thread), then you don't need anything except a low
Thanks for your answers Kurt!
I've not looked much into it lately due to a business trip. Your last suggestion sounds interesting. I'm
No it doesn't need it. That's a good point, maybe I should break it out as a "headless" base version then all the fun stuff on top. (Try it
I would not do gazebo. You can make it not build by putting a file CATLIN_IGNORE in its top folder.
Hey Kevin, I'm installing your hexapod_ros and noticed that gazebo is a dependancy. It's 823mb and looks like a graphical sim. Is this required for a