90 degree potetiometer adjustemnt

martoys1's picture

hello ,,,,i would like to know how to adjust the potentiometer to 90 degrees....so that the 0 ( off ) position is at the center of the pots course

standard servos hacked to provide feedback

juerg's picture

Hi folks

found these instructions to add feedback from a standard servo.

https://www.instructables.com/id/Servo-Feedback-Hack-free/

wanted to know whether anybody has already given it a try and wouldn't it be nice to actually get a feedback where the servo is and not simply have to assume that the servo moved as requested?

would need extension of the servo service to allow for specifying feedback and do the math?

and the greatest thing is that it only requires a bit of hacking with zero costs?

Juerg

Rachel found the beer !

moz4r's picture

Playing with yolo filter !

 

 


TOF gets a local DEBUG screen

Gareth's picture

 

Up till now I have been porting scans over the Serial wires and manually presenting the data.....

Now the Rig has its own Real-Time Debug TFT Display. (you might see it below the right wheel)

Above is just a 180° scan of this below :-

Wooden planks set at 90° and two DVD cases thrown in for measure.


When InMoov turns into a dog

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When Richard Ryerson (RobotGuy6)  takes two upper InMoov body to build a dog.

Cute name: FrankenDog according to Richard.

Richard is running EZ. I was lucky to stumble on this video, because there is no mention of InMoov on YouTube.

Okay now lets see if it opens a door and dance like the Boston Dynamics dogs!

:)


First test of Kwatters brand spanking new DruppNeck service :)

Spawn32's picture
It's alive and moving, but needs some debugging.
 
Cosmetic:
Doesn't show up in Service GUI yet and when called from a script it tries to download the DruppNeck service (Download popup).
 
If i do a manual up.rest(), middle.rest() and down.rest() the neck points straight forward and is level, but if i do a neck.moveTo(0, 0, 0) it will move a bit to the left and "Roll" a small bit to the same side.
 

version 2 legs

harland's picture

I started over on the legs. Learned some of what not works on the first set. New legs: the black is nylon-X, blue is ABS, gray is aluminum. I bought a Tormach CNC this summer and have been making some parts out of metal. Lots of fun and lots to learn. The gears and shaft couplers came from Serrvo City. I am still using RoboClaw motor controllers. There are 6 motors on each leg. 3 for hips, 1 for knee, and 2 for ankles. For the main support I used 1 inch square alum. (80/20). All parts are in CAD, Autodesk Inventor.

Check Arm with force sensor.

dom14's picture

https://youtu.be/c1JKaT6rEp4

Check arm with force sensor + HX711.