WHERE DO I FIND THE FILE .STL OF THE SKULL?

massimo's picture

HELLO

I NEED THE FILE .STL OF INMOOV'S SKULL IDO NOT FIND IT.

I NEED THIS PRECISE.. I ATTACH  PHOTO 

Modifying a CYS-S8218 Servo

Ray.Edgley's picture

The CYS-S8218 is a nice beefy servo boasting a 40Kg of torque, which is very impressive.

However, this servo does come with one limitation; it has only a 90 degree of rotation output.

When you look inside the servo, there at physical stops at 220 degree and the position potentiometer is also rated to 220 degree, this suggest a lot of reserve capacity within the mechanics, and the manufacture wanting to prevent model builder from overloading the servo by limiting the range to a point it will always have max torque available.


Walking Robots Part Two

Ray.Edgley's picture

In my previous blog on walking robots I touched on the current open source walking robot progress.

Since that time there has been some progress, with some success. 
Gael Langevin has released a video of his robot knee in operation,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FG0sEBupAQ

Harland has also shown his robot taking its first steps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4LspxN14tw


how to set default camera for Inmoov

dan f's picture

I can't figure out how to set Inmoov to start on camera 2. It always starts up on camera 0 which is my tablets rear camera.

CMUcam5 Pixy - first impressions

Gareth's picture

Here is some test data that I am working on to check out the capabilities and speed of a CMUcam5 Pixy camera.

I am using two interfaces to set the system up :-

1. USB plugging into the Pixy allowing the PixyMon Gui to monitor,adjust & capture objects (by colour).

2. A connection between the Pixy<> Arduino on the 6pin ICSP port (aka SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface))


listened to Ray and added weight

harland's picture

https://youtu.be/a8rmtHdEldc

the ankle rotation needs to be redesigned as they are very unstable with added weight

am using 805 servo motor for ankle rotation which has trouble holding the position

I like using dc motors with encoders controlled by the roboclaw module which are much better

you can set speed, acceration and location (position) in rpms  (have 6 on 2 legs)

I need to smooth out the code, I have a lot of wasted movements in the walk

I am running the dc motors at 1500 rpm, think they can go to 2400 rpm