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Spidey: an open-source robotic platform

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Hello everyone!

Here is a presentation video of Spidey, an open-source robotics platform you can make with 3D printers and ROBOTIS parts:

 

BTW, the "gold" robot on this video was printed with an Ultimaker²

Do not hesitate to ask if you want to make the same bot yourself and you have questions

 

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In this case you could re-design just the body using SolidWorks, there is PDF drawings that may help you in the repo

We already made such articulated robots, like this one:

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Which is not fully released, but can be already found as "gecky" in the repo sources

The code should be adjusted but it appear to work

 

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