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Does anyone know what type of servos it using? That looks pretty smooth for analog.
wow, I have some of those servos but mine don't move that smooth, even with a sequencer. I wonder how he made that top piece; vacuum forming maybe?
Then I mounted the upper body plate with the bottom side upwards onto the frame. After that I started to heat up the body plate (ABS plastic) with the heating gun. You've to heat it alot until a critical point when the plastic starts to get very soft. At this point you can easily shape it using different tools like a hammer etc. I used the pressured air for fast coolant.This picture show my first attempt that didn't go so very well because I was stupid enough to drill the holes for the head section before I started the "molding" process.
They are always disappointing when they walk...