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    Offset question?

    hi, i checked the servo 0 poses on walk_tuner and I realise that not all servos all well aligned when in th 0 position, theyr are not all at the center, how can I fixe that?

    Thanks

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    Re: Walk Mode balance issue

    Quote Originally Posted by panthallion View Post
    hi, i checked the servo 0 poses on walk_tuner and I realise that not all servos all well aligned when in th 0 position, theyr are not all at the center, how can I fixe that?

    Thanks
    Please make another thread to address your own issue here, or add it to an existing thread you have open. I've moved this to a new thread in the time being.

    I don't understand what you're saying here.

    walk_tuner doesn't have or use poses.

    There is no 'zero position' setting for individual servos anywhere in walk_tuner, so I'm not sure what you're talking about.
    Last edited by DresnerRobotics; 05-05-2015 at 03:31 PM.

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    Re: Offset question?

    OK I understand, I just saw that it's only with the PS3 poses that everything is not well centered. With RME or Walk Tuner, I think it's fine. thanks

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