T08A2 / R3000 spider lightweight tank (from GITS)

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Re: T08A2 / R3000 spider lightweight tank (from GITS)

Postby PauliusLiekis » Tue Mar 31, 2015 8:39 pm

Yeah, for programmers (like me) we tend to think in zeros and ones, so cable size/length is very non obvious thing.

I'm aware of potential heat problems, that's why I'm holding off of using it a lot before I make quality videos. Every time I use it I think that it might be the last :))) 5kg robot is a bit insane. If I would make similar project again I would CNC out of styrofoam, in order to cut down weight.
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Re: T08A2 / R3000 spider lightweight tank (from GITS)

Postby PauliusLiekis » Mon Jun 06, 2016 8:16 pm

Results:



More videos, photos and info:
http://gits-tank.com
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Re: T08A2 / R3000 spider lightweight tank (from GITS)

Postby Matt Denton » Wed Jun 08, 2016 9:47 am

Nice work! :)
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Re: T08A2 / R3000 spider lightweight tank (from GITS)

Postby Zenta » Mon Jul 25, 2016 5:09 pm

Hi.

Very nice work!
I love all the details and 45 deg coxa gave a really cool look. What slicer do you use, S3D? Great 3d prints.

Looks like the front left leg is a little off?

Hats off for making your own code from scratch.
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Re: T08A2 / R3000 spider lightweight tank (from GITS)

Postby PauliusLiekis » Wed Jul 27, 2016 4:13 pm

Zenta wrote:Very nice work!
I love all the details and 45 deg coxa gave a really cool look.


Thanks! I checked your Youtube channel - you have some very nice things too! :)

Zenta wrote:What slicer do you use, S3D? Great 3d prints.


Some default that comes with XYZPrinting da Vinci printer. Crapy one :) The right question is what kind of sandpaper and acetone do you use and how much time you spent using those? LOL. The answer is a lot :)

Zenta wrote:Looks like the front left leg is a little off?


Erm...maybe. It's crappy Chinese servos, with precision of 3 degrees and generally which had to be calibrated from software, so they are not ideal :)

Also the robot weights 5kg, which means that some other leg might be slightly off due to big load, but the software doesn't know that and doesn't compensate for that.

So yeah, it might look sometimes that some things are off :) If I would do this again I would choose lighter materials :)
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