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Figure 104 Backward gait for hexapod robot
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In the C position the center legs are rotated CCW by about 25 from center position The robot tilts to the left Since there is no weight on the front and back right legs, they are free to move backward, as shown in the D position In position E the center legs are rotated back to their center position The robot is not in a tilted position, so its weight is distributed on the front and back legs In the F position, the front and back legs are moved forward simultane ously, causing the robot to move backward The walking cycle can then repeat Turning Left The leg motion sequence to turn left is shown in Fig 105 In position A the center legs are rotated CW by about 25 from center position The robot tilts to the right The weight distribution is now on the front and back right legs and the center left leg Since there is no weight on the front and back left legs, they are free to move forward, as shown in Fig 104 In the B position, the center legs are rotated CCW by about 25 from center position The robot tilts to the left Since there is no weight on the front and back right legs, they are free to move backward, as shown in the C position
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Figure 105 Turning left gait for hexapod robot
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In position D, the center legs are rotated back to their center position The robot is not in a tilted position, so its weight is distributed on the front and back legs In position, the left legs moved backward while the right legs moved forward, simultaneously causing the robot to turn left It typically takes three turning cycles to turn the robot 90 Turning Right Turning right follows the same sequence as turning left, with the leg positions reversed Construction For the main body I used a sheet of aluminum 3 in wide 9 in long 0032 in thick The servomotors are mounted to the front of the body (see Fig 106) The four 11/64 in diameter holes a little past halfway down the main body are for mounting the center servomotor These four holes are offset to the right side This is necessary to align the servomotor s horn in the center of the body
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3 1 PIVOT HOLES FOR LEGS
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Figure 106 Diagram of robot base
The bottom two holes are for mounting the pivots for the two back legs Use a punch to dimple the metal in the center of each hole you plan to drill This will prevent the drill bit from walking when you drill the hole If you don t have a punch available, use the pointed tip of a nail for a quick substitute
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Diagram of robot legs (front and back)
Figure 107
The legs for the robot are made from 1/2 in wide 1/8 in thick aluminum bar stock (see Fig 107) There are four drilled holes needed in the two back legs The three holes that are clustered together toward one end of the leg are for mounting the leg to a servomotor horn The two 1/16 in holes allow a 0 80 screw to pass through The centered 1/4 in hole allows you to remove or attach the ser vomotor screw that holds the servomotor horn (and leg assembly) to the ser vomotor Make sure these three holes line up with the holes on the servomotor horn you intend to use The front legs only need two holes one for the pivot and the other for the linkage Also notice that the front legs are 025 in shorter than the back legs This compensates for the height of the servomotor mounting horn on the back servomotors where the back legs are attached Shortening the front legs makes the robot platform approximately level
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