As part of a robot developed for mech warfare, I've been working on a relatively self contained python library for inverse kinematics and gait generation,
So I have thought about this for some time, and followed Micheal Overstreets lead. I have had a 3d printer for a couple years now, and dismantled and
Hi guys. Been a while.
I recently have come into possession of a Rovio (by Wowee) telepresence robot. I found out that I could not set
I posted a video of our turret a while ago, and now I finally have one of the mech itself!
It is a quad with 3dof legs based
I was hoping to use the Ax-12a or Ax-18a servos for making the legs of a Bipedal robot. This Biped will have to a load of 4 kg to
This is my first post to TRC.
As the forum says I spoke of some words that narrates me and my hobby in Introduces Yourself here http://forums.trossenrobotics.com/sh...4888#post64888
I think it should run alright as long as you have working 3d acceleration. You don't technically need gazebo either, the second and third tabs will mostly
Well I think this is going to be a great learning experience, and an expensive one regardless. I hadent given much thought to the falling over bit....
The MX-12W does not actually give a torque rating, so if it is using the same motor as the AX-12 then going off the gear ratios the MX-12W's torque
You mention they are meant for 360 degree wheel applications, however, they might not have much torque, but how much torque is required
Finally getting a chance to test this out. One item you may want to add to the list of prereq software is Gazebo. Looks like Gazebo
jpieper, thank you for posting the app!
The MX-12W is meant to be a wheel (only has a 32:1 gear reduction) or low torque, multi-turn wrist joint, not a highly loaded joint needing less than
this is going to be a learning experience for me. Ive broken some parts, but can reprint. I may have to modify the frames a bit for better support in