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Walking biped (4 servos per leg)
3D Printed Theo Jansen Strandbeest
Actuated passive dynamic walker
in ur code hip flexion is not working for serial communication
u r not using i2c but the code is present in arduino file
can u generate simple walking code only plzzzz bro
hello, plz tell me about ur by default positions of ur servoes
ok bro can to provide me the flow chat of ur code becz m not familiar with arduino
It's maybe the hardest part!I just adjusted the default position to have the knee in full extension and the center of pass of the robot near the middle of his feet.You can push the torso a little bit to evaluate the stability in standing position
Further to my comment below, I've got mine working, but I need more lift on the forward leg movement (its dragging its foot forward). I also add a body counter-weight because it wasn't leaning, both feet dragging.
My original construction had hip rotation by no lateral ankle. I couldn't work out the self balance until I seen your construction and video, and it made sense. I've ran out of servos at the moment.
Hello,I downloaded the igs file and converted into stl which most 3dhubers used. This is one stl file with all the parts combined together including the servo model. They are molded together and are very hard to print separately. Can someone recreate stl files with separate parts as shown in the drawing above. Two separate parts for the Green hips and foot. Three separate parts for the the burgundy knee, shins and ankle. Minus the black servo parts. So 5 stl files total. Having an stl file for each part will be the quickest way to get a quote on 3d printing.If someone has 3d printed via the igs file, can you please send me instructions firstname.lastname@example.org - rroque17
Where did you get the calculations from? I'm working on a similar Biped, however I'm using (trying to) an SD21 Servo board via I2C to a UNO board. So the servo write is diferent.I'm using the SD21 because I can add more servos, I also would like to add hip rotation so I can walk in circles. - BrBarry_sdb
Can you explain how to connect the servos to arduino ????????? Please tell I really want to make it..........
hello, can you send for me code walking not blutooth?
hello, can you send for me code walking not blutooth? (only walking)
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