by Gavilan, published
The tutorial is in the form of a 10 minute youtube video.
Episode 1 youtube.com/watch?v=LmKnvEcPTk8
The OpenSCad source code in this video is included at the bottom. I am intentionally not including STL files for now as I know the design will change.
Episode 2 "DogBot Math":
The Source files for this episode are included at the bottom in a zip file. Thanks goes to tbuser and thingiverse.com/thing:2054 for supplying the openscad fonts.
Episode 3 "DogBot Electronics": youtube.com/watch?v=8-Y19SUuzC8
Epsiode 4 "Dogbot Learns to Feel, Part 2":
UPDATE:(7/11/2011) Episode 5 is now available:
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At DogBot's current state the print area of the makerbot would not be able to print all the parts, but the scad files are configurable. If you choose a smaller servo than I am using and pull back leg_upper_length from 65mm to 30mm, you'll have a smaller robot, but one printable on a makerbot! Or, someone in the community (possibly me if there is demand) can redesign the largest parts into multiple parts. So a makerbot print area should be big enough to build a skeleton, just not at current state.
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