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Lipobot

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Lipobot by darkomen Oct 16, 2012
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This is V2, now it's parametrizable, you must to edit de config.h file, and put the measures of you want, you can modify length, height,width , and distance between servos. If you see any problem contact with me.

OOML stands for Object Oriented Mechanics Library. The OOML is a set of tools written in C++ that allow designers to create mechanical parts using the C++ language.

OOML applies the model of Object Oriented Programming to Mechanical Designs. Parts can be inherited from others. A part can join together other existing parts, and so forth.

OOML is Open Source, you can use it, modify it, share it.

http://iearobotics.com/oomlwiki/doku.php?id=download:start

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Hi! Where do you buy the rubber wheels?

Regards and good job!

What battery are you using for this robot?

I use a 7v lipo baterry, I put it, between arduino and chassis :)

Thank you! Printed great! I will post a picture when built :P

Can you upload the STL files too? :)

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