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For Sale / Re: Lots of parts for sale...
« Last post by rouncer on April 28, 2018, 09:23:00 PM »
im interested in computer hardware.

do u have any carbon resistor - or capacitive sheeting? (titanium dioxide would be good.)

Im putting together a computer, cause im sick of this jap shit everyones on,  i need my own quality workhorse.
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Robot Videos / Re: My robot taking its first (and wobbly) steps
« Last post by Sebediah on April 27, 2018, 02:59:37 PM »
Yeah you're absolutely right. I'm planning on adding some better material under his feet to give them better traction. Now that I have recently upgraded him with new joints and new servos, that will also help a lot with his walking in the future.
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Mechanics and Construction / Re: Help choosing motor
« Last post by rouncer on April 27, 2018, 12:07:51 AM »
Im not good at this,  but getting a motor with big coils would be more powerful.  obviously.
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Robot Videos / Re: My robot taking its first (and wobbly) steps
« Last post by rouncer on April 26, 2018, 09:15:13 AM »
thanks for reply.
i bet if you had grips to him it would look way better when he walks.    :) going good!
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Robot Videos / Re: My robot taking its first (and wobbly) steps
« Last post by Sebediah on April 25, 2018, 12:54:31 PM »
Right now he is running on an old and really slow laptop. I've been using that while coding him so currently it is also running his scripts when he is powered on. Later this spring I will be buying one of those mini PC's for him, so when I have a stable version that I want him to use, I can just transfer it over to that and have a small lightweight PC that I can just have in my backpack or something when I bring him somewhere. The microcontroller uses wifi to connect to a computer so there's no need for it to be physically inside the robot.
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Electronics / Re: Full color 3D printer for the robotics
« Last post by rouncer on April 25, 2018, 05:23:01 AM »
why all this effort in making colour,  when electronic materials are so much more important.
I am doubtful you are any high up member of this company manufacturing this product, your just a little side salesman.

Ive got my theory on this subject, and it is further disorienting me every year,  the closer to the "SOURCE" of things I GET.
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Misc / Re: Tech Tip - The Measurement of Torque
« Last post by rouncer on April 25, 2018, 05:04:08 AM »
grats for that.

getting bloody complicated.    but i was wondering a cool video to go with this is actually finding the heavy long of an unknown motor.
And also...  hang on,  my engineer senses are tingling.

im slightly confused -  cant we put any source with any motor, in other words oversaturate the motor with power,  and get a more upper amount of force, from the same device.

also - isnt transforming the source to be slower moving much more in an electrical situation??? because slower moving thicker energy = more attraction.
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Robot Videos / Re: My robot taking its first (and wobbly) steps
« Last post by rouncer on April 24, 2018, 08:02:05 AM »
cool.
What kind of computer are u using for his brain?
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Mechanics and Construction / New Stepper Motor
« Last post by benedictzhang2018032 on April 19, 2018, 08:13:53 PM »
Stepper Motors provide precise position and speed control, without the need for feedback devices to sense position. The operation of step motors is controlled through electrical pulses that the drive converts to current flowing through the windings of the motor. As the current is switched the motor rotates in precise steps of a fixed angle. The motor and drive constitutes a low cost control system that is precise and simple to construct.

https://www.moonsindustries.com/c/stepper-motors-a02
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Misc / Tech Tip - The Measurement of Torque
« Last post by ServoCity on April 19, 2018, 08:42:38 AM »
In our latest Secret Life of a Servo series Jason dives into the world of understanding the measurement of servo torque!
https://www.servocity.com/servos


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