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New ! Flex Robot Leg

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This time, I show you a flexible robot leg. I believe this linkage is very new.
I hope, one day I will make this biped walking with this movement.

 

 

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Thank you.

Happy new year to every body.

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15 hours ago, oracid said:

This time, I show you a flexible robot leg. I believe this linkage is very new.
I hope, one day I will make this biped walking with this movement.

Your projects and their video presentations are very original. I like to watch them.

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Thank you.

Lego pieces are amazing and I have used them for a very long time.

For me, these are pieces of plastic that I do not hesitate to cut, sand or glue and to associate with other technologies such as radio control servos and microcontrollers such as Arduino.

All this gives me exceptional design options that I invite you to share.

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Just love to watch your videos and your models, all with your beautiful presentation.
Actions indeed speak louder than words :wink:

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Clever. It is interesting how flat the bottom and top of the circuit are.

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Thank you all.

 

17 hours ago, MAB said:

Clever. It is interesting how flat the bottom and top of the circuit are.

I use an Arduino Uno and a Sensor Shield V5.0.

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On 1/4/2021 at 7:08 AM, oracid said:

Thank you all.

 

I use an Arduino Uno and a Sensor Shield V5.0.

Yeah, I'm an arduino user too. By circuit, I meant the path taken by the "foot" of the leg and not the electronic circuit. Putting the pen there is a good idea, and really shows how repeatable the motion is.

 

The biped looks very difficult to walk. Do you have a plan? Is the idea that the two systems per leg are out of phase, to make it shuffle rather than lift the legs to avoid the balance problem when standing on one leg. Maybe a dog like quadruped would also be simpler.

 

But another interesting project!

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9 hours ago, MAB said:

Maybe a dog like quadruped would also be simpler.

Here, you can see my last quadruped. But, yes, I guess it is possible to make a quadruped with flex-leg.

The goal is to move servos on the chassis for more than 2 DOF without any heavy mechanical transmission.

Another way is the "Spherical Parallel Joint". They are many examples in YouTube.

I don't know if I will be successful myself, but if someone does, I would also be very satisfied.

 

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