I was running some tests with my walker this morning and I noticed that after standing for a few minutes that several of the servos were starting to heat
Sorry was supposed to read Arbotix-M questions.
I've been trying to get my Hexapod to walk and stuff and can actually get it to walk but
I've been testing the arm with arbotix_python and it seems not to work very well with the MX dynamixels. You can read and write but
I have ported the ArbotixPro firmware to an stm32f4 board,all peripherals are tested and working independently. however when I attempt to connect with
I got into 3D printing fairly early on, I got a RapMan from bits from bytes. The printer is getting a bit old now, its discontinued along
About a year and a half ago actually maybe two years ago, my wife wanted to try out a MAC as she loves her IPads...
For whatever reason she decided
Yes, servos in the leg will have to keep applying force to keep the walker standing. If you were to cut power, the legs would collapse; the servos exert
Is there a way ti bypass the hardware setup and just use the N.U.K.E. editor on its own to build my gaits.
I have no coding skills but i know the basics of C/++. How involved is that? Is there not a template? Or any information on doing so?
I've not used the arbotix_python ROS package but looking at the wiki and based on your description of the problem I would first guess you haven't set
You will have to rewrite much of the arbotix's pypose sketch to handle non-dynamixel servos.
My robot uses MG90s digital servos, is this gonna be a problem with using them with the pypose and nuke editor?
You didn't fully describe your hardware configuration, but I'm assuming that your using a FTDI USB to serial IC and not the on-board STM32 USB.
On further investigation. I think building a heated chamber is probably the worth a try before buying a new printer.
This example http://reprap.org/wiki/Heated_Build_Chamber
I would recommend the NFS export / import path, rather than going through "shared folders" -- I've never had shared folders have good performance.