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    What's the minimum servo torque you would recommend for a hexapod using lynxmotion parts?

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    Re: Servo torque required for hexapod

    The lynxmotion parts only fit a very small set of HiTec hobby servos. (Of course, that's still bigger than the set of servos that the AX series brackets fit...)

    Lynxmotion recommends the HS-5685 for their standard-size servo erector set brackets, and I think that's a reasonable recommendation: http://www.lynxmotion.com/p-744-hs-5...ard-servo.aspx (about 12 kgcm on 7.4V)

    Note that the AX-12 servos with brackets are actually cheaper per servo-and-bracket combination than the 5685s, so that may be another option for making a biped. There's also the ready-made Bioloid Premium kit if you want it all ready to assemble and go.

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