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    AX-12

    Hey,
    I was wondering what the dimensions of the AX-12 are. I was looking around online, but I couldnt find anything. If anyone knows length, width, and height of the top of their head it would be very helpful.

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    Re: AX-12

    yeah, you're right... I didn't see any dimensions anywhere, that's strange...

    Anyways, I broke out my micrometer and (dimensions based on outside of mounting holes):

    length -> 50mm
    width -> 32mm
    height -> 40mm

    What do you mean by "top of their head" though?

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    Re: AX-12

    Thanks for the help. By off the top of their head I mean that someone might just happen to have the numbers floating around in their brain somewhere. You know just random facts and stuff.

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    Re: AX-12

    I guess I was still trying to wake up, haha

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    Re: AX-12

    ya they are 2' inches tall and a 1.5 inch wide. im lookin at mine right now

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    Re: AX-12

    Um.... you all really could look at page 37 of the Robotis AX-12 manual...

    Just saying...

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    Re: AX-12

    WHAT?!? I looked at that manual three different times and I didn't see that I guess I should've scrolled "all" the way down to the Appendix, past the demo code and everything... weird...

    Anyways, thanks Sienna for pointing that out

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