hexapod robot kit


Instructions, source code, all the parts you need, and I'll do everything I can to make it as clear and straightforward for you as possible.

Normal MSRP would be $999.00 US.  This is my first kit and, as such, I'm offering a 10% discount for the first five early adopters - $899.00 US  Shipping included.  I would be glad to discuss resale opportunities, especially for educational purposes.

Please PM me with any questions.


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Bongmaster7 years ago
dang one day i hope to find a budget hexapod XD
aggrav8d (author)  Bongmaster7 years ago
I hope one day to produce a budget hexapod.
I saw a mini hexapod kit once for $250. I forgot where.
hila907 years ago
Hello. nice job more expensive but is i nice job. But where is the 7.pde file sorry?? i need try project and i don' see the file. Thank very mouch..
aggrav8d (author)  hila907 years ago
more expensive than what? the v7.pde file is in /trunk/displayduino_code/v7/v7.pde I apologize in advance for the state of the code - there's probably several methods that are deprecated and there are never enough comments.
Jayefuu7 years ago
Looks pretty cool, but also quite expensive. You might like to add a breakdown of costs so people can see where the costs are and perhaps some different options to get people to buy them? For example a full kit containing everything, a kit with just electronics parts and laser cut parts files (for those with access to a laser cutter), just the laser cut parts (for those with access to a cheap electronic components). Just a thought.
aggrav8d (author)  Jayefuu7 years ago
You know what? I've thought about it and I guess I'll just have to set up a little online store where I can sell the full kit or the separate components.
geoper2 Jayefuu7 years ago
Yeah i agree with your ideas , it would be helpful to do this , and easier for someone to build this if he doesnt have the amount of money that you ask for this is really nice though
aggrav8d (author)  geoper27 years ago
Well, actually, if you look around at comparable hexapods for sale you'll see that they're all about the same price. The difference is that this one is comletely open source and uses off-the-shelf PCBs. Once you add in duties and taxes, other models can be quite a bit more. So while I agree that it would be awesome to be able to sell a kit forless, it doesn't look like it'll happen any time soon.
aggrav8d (author) 7 years ago
It's a good idea. I'm a little concerned people might buy bits that, when combined with what they already have, don't equal a working hexapod. A bit like those NASA teams where one group worked in metric, one worked in imperial, and the result was a giant ball of fire raining down on the florida coast.
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