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With the release of the Micro Maestro USB Servo Controller, I wanted to move up to a servo-based design, but keep the number of servos to a minimum. My goal was to design a hexapod that could be built in an afternoon without any special tools beyond what I usually use for electronics, and to demonstrate how the Maestro's scripting capabilities could be used to sequence motion for an interesting, autonomous, walking robot.