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Software / Re: Axon I/II with Arduino IDE
« Last post by BigTuna on March 04, 2018, 10:39:45 PM »
I've just found the MegaCore project

https://github.com/MCUdude/MegaCore
https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=386733

If I can get it working in the next couple of days I'll post more info.
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Software / Axon I/II with Arduino IDE
« Last post by BigTuna on March 04, 2018, 01:55:43 AM »
Hey everyone,

I recently found a first gen Axon and Axon II when I was doing a cleanup, I'm working on an animatronic project and would love to use the Axon to drive a heap of servos.

Just wondering if anyone has ported it to the Arduino IDE? I've been doing a bunch of programming in that recently and it would be great to not have to run a different toolchain.
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For Sale / Lots of parts for sale...
« Last post by jova-mereel on March 01, 2018, 07:47:33 PM »
Hello everyone. I?m new to this forum but I recently came across a large assortment of manufacturing items, many of which have to do with automation and robotics. I?m not sure if any of these items would benefit anyone here, but I thought I?d drop a quick line just to let you folks know what I have available, and also, I?m selling this stuff WAY below what it would cost new. A few examples are as follows:

SMC air cylinders, Exair ion air canons, several new and used 3-phase electric motors ranging from 1/3 hp to 1 hp, several vacuum generators, automatic screw feeders. Lots of smart arm pneumatic arms, lift motors, tool balancers, large rubber pallet bands, Piab vacuum pumps, large coil springs and many others.

If anyone is interested, please let me know and I can get you more detailed information. Thanks!
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Robot Videos / Re: One of my proud creations. The super cheap humanoid
« Last post by rouncer on March 01, 2018, 10:31:14 AM »
Electrical robots are so bloody noisy!  but I like it, except its not practical in the end, having this noisy thing always there.  but its good cause its like a sci fi.
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Robot Videos / Re: My robot taking its first (and wobbly) steps
« Last post by rouncer on March 01, 2018, 10:27:58 AM »
Any future plans for him?  Its good how you made him from scratch.
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Robot Videos / Re: Raspberry Pi based Autonomous robot doing SLAM
« Last post by rouncer on March 01, 2018, 10:03:38 AM »
Its cool how your machine can see,   you can do heaps with this thing.

Need some kind of identification system then it would be even better.    then u could make a security bot out of it - something nasty like that id prefer.   
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Software / Re: beginning 3d camera, from colours only.
« Last post by rouncer on March 01, 2018, 10:01:43 AM »
I bet watsons deep mind doesnt have anything to do with what I want,  if someone could convert rgb to 3d thats a HUGE gain, its not out yet.

Its rgb to a parallaxy type 3d effect,  using a pattern memory starting from rgb only,  maybe i havent quite got the symantics i need to do it.

I got my utube account deleted, so the video is not there anymore.   

I actually have videos of another implementation that doesnt go as good as this one did,  but thats going to change soon. (im going to get it working.)


Here, ill put it here but its not even as good as that war one,  cause I couldnt quite get the factors right.
<-in fact this one probably isnt working that well,  but i might as well put it here.
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Misc / 5 Servo Essentials
« Last post by ServoCity on February 20, 2018, 05:00:22 PM »
Get the most out of your servos with these 5 Essential Servo Attachments!
https://www.servocity.com/servos/servo-accessories/servo-attachments

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Electronics / Battery building?
« Last post by headrc on February 16, 2018, 09:32:15 AM »
Hi folks, first of all I want to say thank you for a great forum here.  I have followed this forum for quite a while and love it.  I have not posted because I did not have anything really to offer that had not been covered.  Until maybe now. For my purposes I have been studying building my own batteries out of lithium ion cells (primarily 18650's).  There is a lot of great information and instructions on lots of forums/youtube etc. regarding this.  But I noticed that here, mostly everyone buys commercially available batteries and pay the markup for someone else building them.  If the process of a proper build are followed closely, it seems that you can build a good battery with more mAh that is safe and save a lot of money.  You can do it with new ...or even used cells.  My question is, if that is so, why are the folks in the robot community not pursuing this?
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Misc / New product from a young robot team
« Last post by HITBOT on February 16, 2018, 09:19:19 AM »
Hello makers,

My name is HITBOT, I am focus on innovation, provide high-performance robotic arm, our new 4-axis robot arm called Z-Arm, Z-Arm is a multi-purposes desktop device, can do laser cutting, 3D printing, pick and place and a lot of things, unique appearance ensures Z-Arm can work in a extremely small cell, safety stop function enables Z-Arm can safely work side-by-side with people, hand-teaching function makes Z-Arm easier to operate. Z-Arm is not only a tool but also good-looking parnter.

Available Tool Heads:
3D Printing kit
Electric Drilling Head
Vacuum Suction Cup
Electric Screwdriver(include power supply)
Electro-magnetic Chuck
Laser Cutter
Soldering with Solder Dispenser
Solderpaste/Glue
The 4th AXIS
Electric Gripper
Screw Dispenser
Visual Kit

For more info please go to our Kickstarter campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/62697072/z-arm-affordable-collaborative-robotic-arm-for-eve?ref=nav_search&result=project&term=z-arm

or any questions you can send an email to [email protected]
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