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    My PhantomX AX-18A running the Phoenix code... and it's lovely.

    So I finally have everything running smoothly. I ended up using Kurt's Commander code since it was a smoother control. I also used his ax12 code as well which seems better. I also played with the gait speed as well, though setting it to fast it starts to look like it has the chills. I'm still walking through the code, taking notes just so I'm clear.... but that's what holiday vacations are for right?

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    Last edited by KevinO; 12-21-2012 at 03:22 AM.

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    That scampers pretty quickly :-)

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    Damn it is very fast!

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    Re: My PhantomX AX-18A running the Phoenix code... and it's lovely.

    I agree with Alphabots, that hex is fast. When I get the Phoenix code ported to quad, I hope I can getting going close to the speed of your hex.

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    Could you tell a little bit more about the changes you made to the code and the librairies you used? What changes are necessary to run AX18's instead of AX12's? Tnx

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    Re: My PhantomX AX-18A running the Phoenix code... and it's lovely.

    None of the changes I made were totally necessary. Everything you need is in Kurt's github. If you are using AX-18's I'd recommend lowering your gait speed to around 40-ish. That should showcase the speed of your AX-18's. https://github.com/KurtE/Arduino_Phoenix_Parts

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    That sounds doable...tnx

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    Re: My PhantomX AX-18A running the Phoenix code... and it's lovely.

    hi kevino
    My PhantomX AX-18A running
    kurt's phoenix code move slow

    you PhantomX running be fest
    Emend code??

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    Re: My PhantomX AX-18A running the Phoenix code... and it's lovely.

    I'd recommend lowering your gait speed to around 40-ish.

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    Re: My PhantomX AX-18A running the Phoenix code... and it's lovely.

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinO View Post
    I'd recommend lowering your gait speed to around 40-ish.
    #define DEFAULT_GAIT_SPEED 50

    change

    #define DEFAULT_GAIT_SPEED 40

    slow move Hexapod
    move Changes do not

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