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Hi guys, maybe some of you are familiar to Jerome Demers one motor walker and  other one or  two motor B.E.A.M walkers. This project is highly inspired by those things. The idea  is to build  a walking machine that has similar gait to one or two motors B.E.A.M walking robots . The oscillating motions on the legs of B.E.A.M walker produces by an amazing small circuit created by Mark Tilden called bicore. In this project, the oscillating motion produces by linkage mechanism. The reason why I designed this mechanism because I had very basic knowledge about electronic back then, and I was really excited to be able to build a B.E.A.M walker. It was a big challenge that I finally completed through some experiments.

 
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Step 1: The mechanism

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Step 2: Parts needed

(1x) full rotation micro servo
(2x) jumbo paper clips
(1x) small paper clip
(2x) terminal blocks (3mm)
(1x) terminal block (4mm)
(1X) used aluminium curtain rail
(1X) random plastic bar
Iron wire (2 mm)
Double-sided tape
Brass tube
(1X) small zip tie
(1X) battery holder (2 x AAA)
(2X) lock nuts (3mm)
(3X) nuts & screws (3mm)
(1x) nut & screw (4mm)
(5x) washers (3mm)
(1X) washer (4mm)

Step 3: Parts maps

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Step 4: Tools

Screwdrivers
Pliers
Hot glue gun
Multi function tool
Scissors

Step 5: Body

Step 6: Front leg

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Step 7: Rear leg

Step 8: Mounting the legs

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Step 9: Linkages

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Step 10: Mounting the linkage

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Step 11: Final touch

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Finally just connect the wire directly from  servo to batteries, then the robot will roam your living room :)

pretty nice, I shall use one of those on m project. Thanks for sharing.

very nice

Thanks so much

hlicera3 months ago

Well, I could repair the ant. It have problems of traction in back legs and too much swing in forwards leg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QF0RtO4Hd7s&feature=youtu.be

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TerryKing5 months ago

Can someone point to a source for the Continuous Rotation Micro Servo?? Major thing needed!!

Thanks!

hlicera TerryKing3 months ago

You see this one...?

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-modify-a-servo-motor-for-continuous-rotatio/

hlicera made it!3 months ago

Hi I made this prototype using a computer part like PPSailor, but it cant walk on forward direction and tend to round ay rigth. Can anyone hepl me?? Thanks!!

Horace

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hlicera3 months ago

Hi, I made a prototype but it cant walk in forward direction, and tend to round to the rigth. Anyone can help me, thanks

ppsailor7 months ago

Hi ! Burhan !

Simple Projects are the most attractive and beautiful.
I had fun building this instrutctable you've shown.
Sending pictures and video of my model.

http://youtu.be/Q4GECsCpDNA

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I really love this. I made one over the weekend and although there wasn't much in the way of explanation, I managed to get walk. I actually enjoyed trying to work out and solve the few places in the build where I couldn't quite work out what you did.

Great job!

Here are a couple of pictures. I have changed the legs now and they look at little like the ones in your YouTube clip. Do you have any plans to do another Instructable soon? I'd love to see how you did the avoidance one.

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stonw71587 months ago
where can I buy the continuous micro servo (I live in Ontario Canada)
saurav.saxena7 months ago
Awesome...!! Great Job Dear..!!
burhan saifullah (author)  saurav.saxena7 months ago
Thanks so much!
can it be moved in all directions !
burhan saifullah (author)  SVAsciencegroup7 months ago
I believe there's possibility to make it move in all directions. So far I've been making the version that backups and the version that turns to one direction when it hits obstacles.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZNVbaMucUo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pGiBg7KxL8
CuriousWeasel8 months ago
Fantastic tutorial ! Well documented and I love the image annotations with the 'tools' needed. Best one I've seen. And what a great robot ! Simple yet so effective :)
Thanks and keep up the hard work !!
burhan saifullah (author)  CuriousWeasel8 months ago
Thank you very much!
burhan saifullah (author) 8 months ago
Guys, thanks so much for your appreciations, supports and valuable suggestions. people like you really give me motivation to do even better thing in the future :)
Vega768 months ago
Want to add to the posative vibe, absolutely love this!
M.C. Langer8 months ago
I love it! Like you, I'm not good in electronics, so I have to be creative. Favorited and voted! fantastic!
Wareneutron8 months ago
Nice job.... you are truly a robot maker for me... nice mechanism>>
-WareneutronTM
caarntedd8 months ago
Fantastic and well presented! Favourited.
hectdiaf8 months ago
you could design the pieces in 3D to print and it could be a great idea for share.
congratulations, your robot I liked very much
kenbob8 months ago
Love the simplicity and effectiveness. Beautiful instructable as well!
rastna8 months ago
this simple nice
ezbuzzit9 months ago
That is freaking cool. Thanks for sharing.
burhan saifullah (author)  ezbuzzit9 months ago
Thanks to you too :)
andrea biffi9 months ago
nice pictures and details, maybe a little more explanations would be great..
burhan saifullah (author)  andrea biffi9 months ago
Thanks so much for the suggestion, I agree with you. I just need to encourage myself to do it cause I always feel I'm bad in making explanations :)