I'm definitely getting ahead of myself here but I'm already too excited about this new project named WinRME for the HR-OS1. Using a modified version of
Since I like to share any 3D printed extras I make here is the start of the HR-OS1 add ons.
The first thing I put together was a bench to
Me and my students in Indonesia has been developing humanoid robot using a modified version of Darwin-Op CAD file since 2013.
hi , i'm new to everything you folks talk about. i hope someone can help in a way i can understand.(non tech non math etc)
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When I saw the HROS-5 and heard rumors about a smaller more affordable AX-12 based version I instantly knew I wanted one.
The reality is,
I wanted to let everyone here know I've released the printable 3D model and Sketchup source for the tibia covers I made for ROSie.
Thank you for downloading wiweet. I hope you find it useful.
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Which? The bench, head, or a 3D printer?
It is a bit of multi rotor heaven over
Love the head! I have to say I really liked that movie. Does the camera fit inside of the head?
You could for example use a BIOLOID F2 bracket (width = 42 mm, height = 26 mm) instead of a FR07-H101 (width = 41 mm, length = 30 mm) with shims. Mechanical
That may work, or might not, depending on the specifics of the controller.
I'd use a fairly high ohm resistor -- in the 100 ohm to 1000 ohm
I agree with tician -- if you laser cut brackets, then the variability is entirely in the bending, and the precision you get is based on
Looks great, especially the head.
Btw, you sure got some cool multicopters in the background.
output of the computer is 12v for brakes and 24v for motor. had a thought , and checked with a motor expert ( who did not have computer knowledge on
Cool project - Will be fun to see what you and the kids are able to do here!
Cool stuff! I may need to figure out how to order one