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RAPIRO - Metabee edition by Atomic Lab
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This is a Work In Progress about the mod of RAPIRO. I took the Metabee concept and did my best with basic knowledge of Blender. :)
I print it in my UP! Mini, so all the pieces fits in a 12 cm^3 printer. So big robot in a small printer!
To do that, I print this cut-down head: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:335012 from Geoffro.
Then I mix the original RAPIRO http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:309466 from ShotaIshiwatari with circles, squares, etc to mod it and be similar to Metabee.
From the creator thing:
RAPIRO is a cute and affordable robot kit designed to work with a Raspberry Pi. It comes with a Arduino-compatible servo controller.
Comes with 12 servo motors and full-color LED of eyes.
Easy assembly. Anyone can assemble a RAPIRO with only a screwdriver, without the need for any soldering.
The servo control board is programmable and is completely compatible with the Arduino.
Designed to mount the Raspberry Pi and Camera module in the head.
*Designed to mount a PSD distance sensor and speakers.
Credit to Atomic Lab. www.atomiclab.org
Look for us in facebook or twitter as theatomiclab!
The shooter.stl must be glued to the arm, the rest, follow Rapiro instructions
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