Humanoid #2

 
#21

cool robot love it. Grin

#22

awesome, got to get me some of those eyes....

#23

please link where you get the eyes. Grin

#24
#25

thank you Grin

#26

what brand is the robot?

#27

This is the kit I bought; it was just brackets, screws and servo horns, no servos. No instructions either, just the picture. I arranged it how I wanted insteadSmile kinda makes him one-of-a-kindSmile
www.ebay.com/itm/15DOF-Biped-Robot-Educational-Robot-Mount-Kit-Servo-Bracket-Ball-Bearing-e-/281165781329?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4176c95951

And these are the servos I used.

www.ebay.com/itm/MG995-Metal-Gear-High-Torque-Servo-for-HPI-XL-RC-Boat-Car-Helicopter-/191007022671?pt=Radio_Control_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2c78e7de4f

In order to drive all those servos, I have a 7.4volt 1600milliamp hour lithium polymer battery. The servos can draw up to 2 amps each, (up to 30 amps total)which is too much current for the ez-b. I have modified my ez-b in a way that voids my warranty. I scratched the ext_power trace off the underside of the board and ran external power wires from the ez-b's power connector. I can't stress enough that you can destroy your ez-b if this mod isn't done correctly. The ez-b still has its fuse, but the rest of the servos are getting the full unregulated and unfused power of the battery. I keep a fire extinguisher nearby lol.

#28

wow you design the robot.thats cool. +grippers. Grin
atleast you can use your robot.my bioloid chutts off in 15 min,especially the hip servo's
and i dont understand the Y x z INVERSE KINMATICS *blush*
do you know the jo-zero robot?

#29

That Jo-zero robot is pretty cool lookin. It seems that they're pretty hard to find though. Bioloid is a good robot too, way better than mine. I bet you'll be able to use a ezbv4 in yoursSmile

#30



on sale

also to find on robi robot page as kit.jo-zero type2