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Little QUADWALKER (arduino)

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Little QUADWALKER (arduino) by Gdays Mar 20, 2013
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This Little robot is my first try on robotics
ALSO is my entry to Develop3d robot competition
I based my design on this servo holder: www.thingiverse.com/thing:5784


Assembly as shown on the image,
As for the programming part this is my first try on robotics so when I'm done with that part i will make sure to update this (;

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So... my school has a spare arduino and a fee driven 3d printer... I would like to start programing arduino, and was wondering if this project was ever finished.

What servos specifically are you planning to use?

Me gusta! This has 2 degrees of freedom right?