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I was reminded the other day of those tiny wind-up shoes. They would walk all on their own with a little crank. I figured using my know how ...
For this instructable you will need: 1 3/4" Wooden Dowel 1 Full Rotational Servo with direct drive (Look at these instructables for how to: Direct Drive and Continuous ...
First you need to make a pivot arm which consists of: 2 1 inch dowel pieces 1 4 inch dowel piece Use wood or gorilla glue to attach ...
First you want to install the motor, take the shoe and drill a small hole. Next take the head off of the motor and push the smaller part ...
I attached the other shoe just using a screw. I pre-drilled a hole into the wood and screwed the screw in with a very small screwdriver.
Once everything is together a secure, test it out! you may need to make some mods depending on your shoes. My shoes worked pretty well right away although ...
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