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Here's a simple project for sci-tech families. A Mini Walking Bot using a some ROBOTIX parts, PICXAXE microcontroller,and a Handy Cricket
ROBOTIX parts for Mini Walking Robot (L) Elbow connectors, Wheel Foot(s), Arms (75mm), 2 Legged Walker, Drive Axle, and Low Speed Motor
Attaching the Drive Axle to the Low Speed Motor
Attaching the Low Speed Motor/Drive Axle to the 2 Legged Walker
Building the Mini Walking Botâs Back Legs
Attaching the left leg part to the 2 Legged Walker
Attaching the right leg part to the 2 Legged Walker
The completed Mini-Waking Bot!
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