Please note, as this is beta these models are nowhere near final.
Full STEP Model Download:
I suppose in many aspects my project is the same as KevinO's awesome robot Golem. Kevin has been kind enough to allow me to work on his ROS development
Hi everyone. I think I fried something on my ArbotiX-M. It seems fine when I power it via FTDI, and am able to upload sketches to it. But when I pop the
I am currently working on a three joint robotic arm with MX64T,MX28T and AX12A used for joint 1, 2 and 3 respectively. I am using
I'm currently working on my mech for the next competition: "Fang", and I thought it'd be nice to make a WIP thread so I can
I'm currently using 2 pillow blocks side by side to hold my drive shaft. The pillow blocks are constantly slipping out of alignment one way or the other.
Managed to get our Shapeways store up and running, has the Orion set of armor uploaded with latest versions. For a full set of
Care package arrived today From Trossen
In addition to the Lidar Lite I ordered, I also received some parts of the PhantomX Turret, which
I guess I should invest in one, huh?
But, yeah, I've probably fried the regulator, but not completely. I can power the servos with a hub,
How much data are you using to communicate with the mbed? If it's not a huge amount of data, you might be able to use software serial to communicate with
I haven't seen any of the murata voltage regulators we use go out, but it sounds like a regulator problem if you are indeed able to connect to it when
Experimenting with aluminum brackets:
This was my first attempt, I used some leftover 0.050" T6. Bends were done with
If you cannot space the pillow blocks further apart to lessen the amount of deflection, then things will be difficult. One option is what I described
Thanks Kevin, I actually have one of their 1080p versions: http://www.fit-pc.com/web/products/fit-headless/
But I need to get a mini HDMI to HDMI
Exactly. Even without any payload, they are being pulled out of place by the track tensioning around the drive wheels. If I don't tension it to the level
I just use a fake monitor dongle. It simulates a monitor so the GPU is activated. Works amazingly well and no extra stuff is needed.