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shhhhh...!don't tell admin, i was planning the same thing...! Good Luck with yours ..
Remember, if you have four wheels, you need some form of suspension. There are many ways to do it, mine was just a fancy experiment
First, I notice some people mount their servos above the bottom plate and others below. Is one way better than the other?
Second, why if you have 4 wheels do you need a suspension, how is it any different than a 3 wheel robot?
(20 odd years ago - I don't throw anything away)
Why not stick to a single wheel in front? (especially when considering the price on omni's).
Thanks, Fr0stAngel. Feel free to hijack this thread for yours, if you want
I have to say, I find HDPE very difficult to bond, and have tried all sorts of glues, without success. In the end, where I have rotated the right-hand arm through 90deg, I've had to fix it in place using my soldering iron
How'd you cut those claws out? Very nice job!
I'm pretty excited because now we can even share code, as anything you develop I can steal use on mine
I started in this hobby about 6 months ago
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