Saturday, 31 December 2011
Saturday, 17 December 2011
Tuesday, 13 December 2011
The 3D model is open-source. And I've made them available on Shapeways (for free).
Sunday, 4 December 2011
Friday, 25 November 2011
Thursday, 24 November 2011
I made this hexapod with my laser-cut wooden construction kit and a bunch of M2 screws. I've shared (CC license) the plans for the construction kit on Ponoko http://www.ponoko.com/design-your-own/products/construction-set-6760.
|Construction set: rods of various lengths|
|Construction set: angle brackets with T-slots for M2 screws|
Second iteration of my ArduRoller balance bot with an all new wooden chassis.
- Chassis: laser cut 2.7mm bamboo ply (Ponoko); various M2.5 machine screws from Amazon; Instamorph low-melt-point thermoplastic to fill in the gaps.
- Brains: 1 x Arduino Uno
- Motor driver: 1 x Sparkfun Ardumoto
- Motors: Sparkfun 2 x 24:1 gearmotor
- Wheels: 1 set Sparkfun 70mm -- repaired with Instamorph after they cracked around the axle
- Gyro: 1 x ADXRS613 (Sparkfun breakout) mounted at the axis of rotation
- Accelerometer: 1 x ADXL203CE (Sparkfun breakout) mounted at the axis of rotation
- Batteries: 2 x 3.7V Li-poly 850MAh (Sparkfun)
I've shared the code and assets at github.com/fasaxc/ArduRoller.
Video is at www.flickr.com/photos/fasaxc/5944650602/