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Changes resistance when compressed
You may remember an article I wrote with regards to this Conductive Ink Indigogo campaign It has arrived and I am well pleased with the quality and uses it can be … Read more
You might remember an earlier post I made with regards to a Robert Murray Smith Indigogo campaign , btw thanks to any of you LMRians for contributing, he exceeded … Read more
Pushes 3Kgs/sec/cm in a straight line
This is a new Gear motor version of my previous Linear Servo actuator. It is a custom 3D printed Linear Servo actuator for activating a lever or push/pulling … Read more
Realistic conforming grips things using opposable thumb
I set myself a task to create a single 3D printed hand with an "Opposable" thumb. The design I present here comes from some of my previous jointed finger … Read more

Mech-Walker (Unplugged) - Oddbot competition Entry

Mech-Walker (Unplugged)  - Oddbot competition Entry

 

 

Mech-Walker
(UnPlugged)

 

Omni-Wheels
4 Wax-Band Motors
Polymorph Bushes
Road-Kill Reflector
Tooth-pick Stabilisers
PaperClip-Hub

 No Batteries, No servos, No Processors were used in its construction -

- the only metal bit i used was a small paper clip to attach the 4 elastic bands to the center Hub.

Converts Rotational motion to Linear motion
Here is a custom 3D printed Linear actuator for activating a lever or push/pulling something or other. Read more

Graphene Rocks

I have been searching for some conductive ink for some projects for some time now, its not so easy to get and very expensive.

I have been following :- Robert Murray Smith he is a prolific designer .... of all sorts....

Luckily for me he is currently working on a series of Graphene based products - one of which is conductive ink (just what G needs)

 

Gets you in touch with the world
This is a displacement resistance type touch sensor. It uses conductive foam as the resistive element. If you would like to see a video Walk-through of how to … Read more

Generals "Army"

Whats up the Generals Sleevy ?

His Army of course.......

Robot arm is build ... works better than calculated.... just one more bit to print to connect it to the S2 unit.