For the robot to have the ability to sense the ground sounded like a great idea and having FSRs on the feet was not a new concept. Before creating my
Hello all I have some small experience with electronics and coding. i work as an interactive designer but I'm not a programmer. I would really like to
We just rolled out the newest version of the PhantomX AX Hexapod, and it is a force to be reckoned with. With a full metal frame, high capacity
So I pulled the trigger and Got a new PhantomX Hexapod MK-II.
Got the kit last week and it nicely included everything I needed
I figured since this community seems to be growing at a good pace, we could start a thread to introduce ourselves. Feel free to
I'mbuilding a Bioloid Type A robot. But I want to control it using theOpenCM 9.04-Bcontroller.
Myidea is to use the four
Nice looking. I like your perf board setup. I was/am actually looking to maybe do a circuit board similar to that, although so far using the same hardware
It's great to see that so many people are progressing with this topic!
I wanted to share my progress and I hope over the weekend I might
Say good-bye to good night sleep! You'll be hooked watching the extruder.
Are you printing in PLA? You should switch to ABS for the robot
Congratz with a 3D printer Kurt!
Looks like fun!
I think the hex is longer than the quad, though.
Actually printing another one right now
But this one is taking awhile. Cura estimated 6h 12m print time.
You didn't end up with a blob of indistinguishable plastic! Congratulations! And you printed one of my models? Awww
Metal kit.. awesome
Do you have any details on the weight difference between the MK-II and MK-III kits?
I think they look pretty good too, for a first actual usable print out of the box, without any fine tuning of your settings.