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Custom motor for robotics

A better-than-servo motor for robotics

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    Misha03/02/2019 at 12:04 0 comments

    Now that motor seems to be working and I have a couple of them made I started printing the robot body for the robot dog I'm building. The dog however deserves its own hackaday project, so stay tuned :)

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jamma wrote 2 days ago point

Count me in for a group buy of the actuator!

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Coye Knoll wrote 4 days ago point

nice work i like the design

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John Henry wrote 4 days ago point

Elegant Design

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Misha wrote 3 days ago point

Thanks John!

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F D wrote 4 days ago point

Nice! I'm wondering where exactly did you get the gears and the aluminium cut? Looking to do some similar work for a split keyboard (I CAD it, send it off to china, get it back) and don't really know who's reliable...

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Misha wrote 3 days ago point

hi FD! there is lots and lots of companies in China that will be happy to do it for you. algorithm: go google or alibaba. send 10-20 rfq. pick your favorite. easy ;)

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Darren V Levine wrote 7 days ago point

Impressive project! Thank you for making the driver board open source, I'll have to try fabricating one. I especially like the simple commanding interface. Best of luck!

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Misha wrote 3 days ago point

if you ask me nicely i can send you one :) you will need to buy your iwn motor though.

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Darren V Levine wrote 2 days ago point

That would be wonderful if you have extra available!! I would purchase a motor driver board in a heartbeat. PM me the details if that's the case and we can work out the logistics. If your driver board ends up meeting the needs for my open source walking robot project (https://hackaday.io/project/163093-tiptap) it would really speed up my project timeline.

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Evert Chin wrote 03/10/2019 at 23:24 point

those motors are beautifully machined. 

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John Stockton wrote 03/09/2019 at 14:28 point

Great job with the project.  Very nice machining.  Did you custom wind the stator?  Keep up the good development work!

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bozkurt13 wrote 03/06/2019 at 20:32 point

Eğer cad dosyaları yayımlamak planlıyor musunuz?

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perry levac wrote 03/05/2019 at 05:33 point

super great job.

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Douglas Plumley wrote 03/04/2019 at 17:32 point

Looks awesome!  Any idea how much torque you can get out of the servos?

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Misha wrote 03/02/2019 at 22:42 point

Thanks Dan!

I designed it (with help of freelancers) and then they were cut in China.

Gears also custom designed.

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Daniel Mazurkiewicz wrote 3 days ago point

How much did it cost?

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Dan Maloney wrote 03/02/2019 at 20:54 point

Wow, those are beautiful! Did you machine the parts yourself or job it out? Are the planetary gears custom or off-the-shelf?

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Dorijan wrote 03/04/2019 at 22:45 point

Do you know this site http://sdp-si.com/ ? it is like Mouser of small gears and similar stuff. Prices are mostly not great. But they do provide CAD models and still nice option to have if you don't have much experience with mechanical design.

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Misha wrote 3 days ago point

thanks I'll check it out!

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