Arduino: Walker (updated 2)

My own walker robot! Made with Arduino Uno.

All credit goes to lumi from LetsMakeRobots.com for his Chopstick Junior 1.0

Still need to work on the legs to give it a better grip. And cut down the weight by removing the breadboard and a lighter Arduino nano.

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I have added some grip to the legs with some elastic rubberbands, but not much improvement. My Arduino Nano came in the mail so I have added that instead of the Uno board. This version also uses a blackberry phone battery that I mentioned in the previous post, it seems to work well.

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Update 2:

Added more grip with the rubber fingers that are used in offices to count money/paper etc.

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2 Responses to “Arduino: Walker (updated 2)”

  • Hack3r 97 (Not my Real Name)

    Hey!

    I saw your robot and I am really impressed. I just request one thing from you ; a full tutorial on how you made the walker using the Arduino Uno (not Nano)… If possible, arduino uno r3 version.

    Thanks!

  • Nirmal

    you can apply the same code to arudino Uno too. Just use the same pins as Lumi has used in the chopstick junior robot. It should work just fine. Use digital pin 5, 7, 9 and 11 for the hips and 6, 8, 10 and 12 for the knees.

    If you still need help, just ask.