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    Re: Hexapod in vertical surfaces

    Ok, thanks for your answer, I will check your advices. The thin is why the leg fall down before up, the five legs that are in contact with the surface support the weight, and the leg that is going to...
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    Re: Hexapod in vertical surfaces

    I have seen that when the robot stay some time walking, the led of the servos blink and the robot fall down. I have checked it with thermography and the servo heat a little. I don't know if it's...
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    Re: Hexapod in vertical surfaces

    The code that I am using is https://github.com/Interbotix/HexapodMKIICommander/tree/master/Hexapod_Mark_II .
    I am going to try to look for the errors fllowing your links.

    Thanks.
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    Re: Hexapod in vertical surfaces

    Thank you for your quick response,
    First of all, the code I'm using is the example code that comes in the guide, I think it's not the Phoneix.
    I labeled the servos with the Dynamanager application,...
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    Hexapod in vertical surfaces

    Hello,
    I have a Phantom Ax hexapod Mark III and I am doing a project in which the robot need to walk vertically, I have solved the problem to fix to a surface. The problem is when the robot is going...
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