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Mechanics and Construction / What are the advantages of industrial robots?
« Last post by Rosypeter on August 04, 2017, 02:22:25 AM »
What are the advantages of industrial robots?
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Mechanics and Construction / Re: robot pressure washer?
« Last post by 20GT on August 01, 2017, 07:30:14 PM »
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Misc / [advertisement] Massive Servo & Extension SALE!
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    Yes.

    You have to send audio in packeted form. You have to define a frame format which has to be implemented in both Tx and Rx side. The frame could have some header, data length, data and checksum to ensure proper Tx/Rx.

    You can use HC-05/06 Bluetooth module to send or receive the data. Please make sure the audio data is of very small size and duration (8-bit etc.). You can assign different command type in the data section of your message frame. For example, for audio data and robot movement data you can differentiate them with different command byte in the data section.

    A state machine for UART receiving interrupt in the microcontroller will have to parse the message and do respective action, i.e., whether to play/process the audio or do some movements in the robot.

    Hope it helps.
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    Mechanics and Construction / Re: Actuators too small to simulate human arm?
    « Last post by midhun131 on July 30, 2017, 12:52:11 PM »
    Pneumatic ram is a good option but then the speeds would be not as per the requirement. Check out either linear actuator/servo. Another method you could consider is a motor and cam assembly.
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    Software / Re: hello which software are used in robots??
    « Last post by braingame26 on July 30, 2017, 11:02:57 AM »
    I've written programs in C and VHDL for circuit board you can use to control robots. You can find Arduino tutorials on Google and Youtube that show you how to program a robot using an Arduino.
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    Mechanics and Construction / Virtual reality motorized shoes
    « Last post by braingame26 on July 30, 2017, 10:45:24 AM »
    I've been looking into the various virtual reality treadmills that are out there today, such as the Virtuix Omni, Infinadeck, and Kat Walk. None of them are available to consumers. I've been trying to think of a way to make my own inexpensive virtual reality treadmill. I don't really like how with the Virtuix and Kat walk you have to slide your feet, so I was thinking about doing it with motors.

    There is this video where the guy is wearing motorized shoes that negate him walking forward. I'm thinking of trying something like that, but making a few modifications like adding a frame that goes around you with a safety harness you wear so you don't fall over, use an arduino and accelerometers on the feet to control the speed.


    I'm a software developer so I can handle the programming side, but I don't have a lot of experience with motors. I looked into the motors that are used in electric skateboards (dc brushless, low kv). Instead of buying big lipo batteries, is there any problem with just hooking the motor (through the ESC) to a dc power supply?

    To calculate the motor size I assumed a 77 kg person (around my weight, 170 lbs), an acceleration of 1.34 m/s^2 (3 mph), to get a force of 77 * 1.34 = 103.18 Newtons. For a 2" wheel (0.0254 meter radius), the torque would be 103.18 * 0.0254 = 2.62 Nm. If the max velocity is 6 mph (2.68 m/s), then the rps is 2.68 / (2 * pi * 0.0254) = 16.8. Finally, wattage would be 2.62 * 16.8 * 2 * pi = 276.5 watts. So I need a 275 watt motor. Please let me know if my calculations are wrong.

    I also tried to find diy tutorials or commercial motorized shoes so I could see what motors they used. I found X-Shoes and Rocket Skates. X-Shoes claims to use just 2 60W motors, but is able to go 15 km/h. Rocket Skates claims to use 4 55W motors (one in each wheel) and can go 12 mph. These motors seem too small to me to achieve those speeds, but maybe their using a combination of gearing and batteries with a high discharge (so they wouldn't last a while, but they'll go fast), or they're just lying :).

    Thanks for any advice!
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    Misc / How do you find a good robot engineer/design?
    « Last post by 20GT on July 26, 2017, 06:07:54 PM »

    How does the average Joe that knows nothing about robots get a decent designed robot?

    I'm talking about a guy like myself, sure I could put years into learning all about robots, but that's not what I'm looking for.

    So where do I start? Yes I could go to Google and pick a company but that limits the creativeness to that particular team.

    I thought I would go to a robot forum like this and get knowledge and experience from all the users. But I don't want to mooch I want people to feel like the design that I walk away with was paid for.

    How do I go about getting input from the robot designers here? How has it been done in the past?

    Do I list my project and get bids?

    Are contests acceptable? What is a reasonable prize amount for a design contest?

    All I want is a good designed robot, how do I start?
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    Robot Videos / One of my proud creations. The super cheap humanoid
    « Last post by dwrobotics on July 22, 2017, 07:38:31 PM »
    So I wrote a little intro in the misc section. I'm a maker of robots and I'm trying to make a full size humanoid robot that will be cheaper than any before. I think I can make one for under ?1000 ( $2000).

       Here are some vid of my work :
       


    In case you are interested I've done a couple of write ups for this project on the following sites:
    hackerday.io

    robotrebels.org

    letsmakerobots   ( now accessed from robotshop)

    Let me know what you think.
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