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  1. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    That is correct, the designed and printed parts completely replace the original bioloid brackets. The have the same function (hole placement, bearings, nuts/bolts etc), they just look a lot better...
  2. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Hey Tician, thanks.

    To help you along with that peg-board. Here is some background information. I have several stainless steel desks which come from a kitchen manufacturer (cheapest I could find)....
  3. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Thank you Zenta. :o

    Everything except for two parts is printed in ABS. People kept telling me I was crazy and I definitely had some frustrating moments along the way. But it panned out. My...
  4. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Annnnddd... done. For now anyway.

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  5. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Thanks Adam.

    I pretty much finished printing all the parts, but I ran out of M2 bolts during assembly. They should arrive any day now. Once I have that, it will be standing up on it's own. No...
  6. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Since the end of the Tachikoma project I am running with Fusion 360. It's a new piece of software from Autodesk. The reason it is called Fusion is because it allows for both shape like parametric...
  7. Project Re: Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Thank you!



    I sure hope so, something would be very wrong indeed! :tongue: 3D printing has a tolerance of about -/+ 0.15 mm in the X and Y directions so that is something to keep in mind when...
  8. Thread: Tachikoma

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    Project Re: Tachikoma

    Very true. Then again this was not the first setback I ran into. :wink: I like to think I got pretty far, learned a ton and enjoyed myself. Given that this is a hobby project, first most it needs to...
  9. Project Z-363 Spectre 3D Printed Body for Bioloid Premium

    Hey everyone, figured I should finally share this project with you all. It has been in development on and off for about 1,5 year now. I got the idea while working on my previous project, the...
  10. Thread: Tachikoma

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    Project Re: Tachikoma

    Long overdue update. The Tachikoma project has been retired about 1,5 year ago. In the end I ran in to a design flaw which would have taken me about 50+ hours to fix and redo. I did not feel I would...
  11. Could we retrofit this AR tech/sensors for MW?

    Hi guys,

    Ran in to this one on IndieGogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/father-io-first-real-life-massive-multiplayer-fps--2/x/6546965#/

    If we build a phone with this gizmo on our robots,...
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    Re: CAD library of servos and standard parts?

    Yes, it is called the internet, database queries can be done through Google.com The queries are in normal human language, much easier then MySQL. :tongue:

    Kidding aside, I usually have the...
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    Re: 3D Printer Knowlege and advice for upgrading

    Last year (2014) I set up Octoprint with my printer, back then Astroprint was still a kickstarter and the cloud features were not clearly priced (they seem to be free now). Since then Octoprint has...
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    Re: 3D Printer Knowlege and advice for upgrading

    For some expectation management, I thought this was an interesting read a while ago:

    http://www.hanselman.com/blog/TheBasicsOf3DPrintingIn2015FromSomeoneWith16WHOLEHOURSExperience.aspx
    ...
  15. Re: Hello, I am a writer. My heroine builds a robot sidekick, and I have some questions.

    Man, I love this thread! Really cool approach and the answers are all on the mark.

    Since this thread is from a year ago, I figured it may be pointless to answer them also, but what I would like to...
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    Discussion Re: Delta Parallel Robot Project

    If I were you, I would take a very good look at self built open source delta 3D printer robots and their firmware, just replace the nozzle with a pen.

    Some examples projects to help you in the...
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    Re: 3D Printer Knowlege and advice for upgrading

    Aside from the 3D printer (I own a SpiderBot, great for medium/large ABS prints), keep a keen eye on:
    - Proper designing of parts (design with the manufacturing process in mind, printing, milling...
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    Question(s) Re: How to disconnect the cable(s) from XL-320

    Thanks for that, it gave me the confidence to apply a little bit more force. Lo and behold it came loose with a bit of wiggling.

    Thats very nice of you to offer, but I got mine directly from...
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    Question(s) How to disconnect the cable(s) from XL-320

    Ok... this must be the silliest thing ever. :o I have two XL-320 and the OpenCM board, after testing one to be working, in my enthusiasm I daisy chained another to it but then but I discovered that...
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    Project Re: Need help on newbie project

    Interesting and a nice beginner project!

    - "power supply" sounds like a lab power supply, these are usually not cheap so maybe you want to start with batteries?
    - I don't see electric cable on...
  21. Thread: Tachikoma

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    Project Re: Tachikoma

    About 15 hours of printing later... all 4 legs now have a socket. Three of the sockets are iteration 2, one is already at iteration 3. Some things I changed in between:

    - The servo horn 3D file I...
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    Re: 90 degree joint / miter gears

    Would like to help, do you have a 3D design, or something with dimensions jwatte?
  23. Thread: Tachikoma

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    Project Re: Tachikoma

    Small update (as requested, Freyzor :wink:). I have been side tracked a bit lately, redecorating my study/hobby room.

    Currently designing the main body part that holds all the legs together with...
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    Bioloid Re: My ROBOTIS Premium Humanoid Robot talks!

    Very nice, thank you for sharing! :veryhappy: My Bioloid premium is called Bob, my girlfriend came up with that... :rolleyes:
  25. Re: Aringer - stylized life-size animatronic saber-tooth tiger

    Now that is slick! It reminds me of the Pokémon called Umbreon.

    Robot enthusiasts and art sculptors should get together more often. :o

    Was it made for a specific event? Will it be showcased...
  26. Just For Fun Re: Education path. Looking to program for creative projects

    Take the hill!!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ_0T_UnhJI

    <Something else!! :tongue:>
  27. Just For Fun Re: Education path. Looking to program for creative projects

    Build a castle...


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH_jqjdYWT0
  28. Thread: Cool Robot HUD

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    News/Announcement Re: Cool Robot HUD

    I am really seeing the potential for this project/product. So I decided to support it on Kickstarter. :veryhappy: I had a long list of questions, which Tom answered over the contact me on...
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    Project Re: A new PhantomX Hexapod MK-II online

    Hey TaErog, I really like where you are going with that 3D printed shell. You might like this website for some inspiration.

    http://jaegertech.co/

    Its a mix of hexapods, pacific rim style...
  30. Thread: Micro Crawler

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    Re: Micro Crawler

    LOL :veryhappy: So glad we have confirmed reality. :wink:

    Tracks can be 3D printed "in place", there are actually several solutions. Doing a search on Thingiverse resulted in several good ideas. ...
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    Project Re: Musical Instrument Strings of Light

    Maybe:

    http://www.slipperybrick.com/2009/07/the-prism-a-laser-synth-guitar/
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-Arduino-Laserharp/?ALLSTEPS

    A bit too commercial, but cool nonetheless:...
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    Question(s) Re: Advise on tools

    This guy was very creative when it came to 'shelling' up his (rather large) Tachikoma inspired robot. Using existing plastic shapes and spray paint.

    http://letsmakerobots.com/node/28693
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    Question(s) Re: Advise on tools

    What kind of 'look' are you going for? Have you considered vaccuum forming or fiberglass 'shells' as a exterior. Using metal, it can add quite a bit of weight.
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    Re: 3DOF palettizing robot running on Arduino

    How big is it, it's kind of heard to get an idea for the size. It has a nice weathered factory look, did you tweak the picture lighting? :wink:

    It reminds me of the uArm:
    ...
  35. Question(s) Re: Solidworks Robot Design : Now want to Get the Parts Cut - Manufactured

    You might like the shapeoko2. As for plating there are also these aluminuim flat panels pressed together with wood. They come in a lot of colors.

    The aluminium panels are called "Sandwich Panel":...
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    Project Re: Looking for collaborators

    Maybe he is referring to a exo planet? Kidding aside, a little bit more info is needed...
  37. Re: Modular system for assisting people with cerebral palsy

    I applaud you, well done and for such a noble cause. :o
  38. Re: 3D printing Who in the community owns or uses one ?

    Keep in mind that 3D design and 3D design for hobby 3D printing are two different things. I had about 1-2 years of CAD experience (Inventor and Solidworks) and then I took this course:...
  39. Re: What is the punch power I need for a linear actuator?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqecHPnvb6c

    For the making of: http://www.sweet-tech-studio.com/2010/09/robotic-drums.html


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtLNczld9PU
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  40. Re: 3D printing Who in the community owns or uses one ?

    I can recommend you the printer I have, a SpiderBot (http://www.spiderbot.eu) it has everything to build proper ABS parts, enclosed build chamber, air flow fan, PEI bed (new product) and will have a...
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