Robot Which Can Walk on Irregular Surface

Introduction: Robot Which Can Walk on Irregular Surface

Its a walking robo. This simple robot can walk on irregular surface. Its non-wheel based walking mechanism. The details instruction is given in the following video to make your own robot.

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Step 1: Video Instruction

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Step 2: Mechanical Details

The Robot base is made from card board. It is driven by a 120RMP geared motor powered by 200mAH Li-po battery.

The legs are made from plastic screws. both side feet is made from triangular card board. Three U shaped aluminum clamps are made to hold the motor with base and the front and middle legs. The rear legs are directly attached with motor shaft. .

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    8 Discussions

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    Rockoboy32
    Rockoboy32

    3 years ago

    What are the volts of gear motor????

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    plouc
    plouc

    4 years ago

    Nice and simple!

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    VekatesW
    VekatesW

    Reply 3 years ago

    What motor did u used

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    dresch
    dresch

    4 years ago

    Very sweet, simple and clever!

    Reverse direction is obvious, just reverse the motor leads. Any thoughts on a turning mechanism? Two gear motors? That would get complicated pretty quickly. Maybe a small rotating platform (foot) beneath the base, with a stepper motor. When the legs lift, the stepper could rotate the platform some degrees. Then the next step would be at an angle... Could do this without a stepper motor by just gearing off the gear motor and turning the foot by just a small amount each time so it would walk in a circle...

    Thanks very much! Nicely elegant design.

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    acheide
    acheide

    4 years ago

    Very good and clear Instructable. Thank you.