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    Humanoid braindead!

    Well, my humanoid's finished... nearly... I'm missing a long enough screwdriver to actually complete the build and attach the CM5. dang..

    Ah well, tomorrow then.

    That leaves the C programming.. can anyone tell me where to find the info on the C writing, cause it's not in any of the manuals that were supplied with the kit (nor on the disc)

    So since we're waiting for that screwdriver, mini-me decided to call it a day, grab a can of white grease, turn on the tv, and kick back and relax..
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    Re: Humanoid braindead!

    That doesn't sound like anything some duct tape can't fix in the mean time.

    Make sure to really tighten those screws... I was afraid of stripping them and they kept coming loose until Jon told me to stop being such a wuss. I put some elbow grease into it and they haven't come loose since.

    I'd check out some of Robosavvy's documentation on the Bioloid for C examples...

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    Re: Humanoid braindead!

    Right now it's not fixed too hard cause I don't think the humanoid will keep it's shape too long..
    But when I start building the mech i'll probably use some loctite (not the never-ever-try-removing-this-screw-again kind, the other) to make sure nothing rattles loose.

    Ahaa, thanks for the tip, Tyb, I was wondering where I could find some more bioloid info!
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    Re: Humanoid braindead!

    I said the same thing regarding loctite, its really not needed though. Just push in a bit and get those screws nice and tight, they won't come loose for a very long time, I assure you.

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    Re: Humanoid braindead!

    Okidoki, will do!
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    Re: Humanoid braindead!

    Well, it walks!
    Awesome little kit, should've invested in it sooner..

    Hope you guys don't mind I haven't put anything up about the target sensors yet, I can't stop playing around with my new toy

    Now to try out this terminal thingie and installing the compilers.
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