WLtoys 124019 – Project.One

It’s September 3rd, 1996. I was 15 years old and eagerly waiting for the weekend. Because in the weekend my father would take me to the store to get my very first nitro rc car. Fast forward a couple of years and I am participating in amateur rc races with a “team” called Project 1….

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Low-Key.MK1 – Rear-end

Current status: I have printed the rear cover of the body out of 1.75mm Orange PLA. I implemented a 16×2 I2C LCD screen for future use. I will also have to include an ON/OFF switch and another (IR?) camera. The bottom cover is being printed as i write this text. Orientation is upright with support…

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Low-Key.MK1 – Body parts

Current status: I have printed the skeleton part of the body out of 1.75mm Iron Grey PLA. The middle part of the skeleton will hold all the electronics. Once i figured out which hardware i want to include in the robot, i will have to figure out how to puzzle it all in. The front…

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Low-Key.MK1 – Hello world

While i am waiting on some parts to arrive i started off my project by giving it face. I used 1,75mm plain white PLA to print the outer parts. the inner part is printed with 1,75mm Iron Grey PLA. (200c nozzle temp. and 60c bed-temp) The 3D printed parts are still in mock-up quality. The…

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Low-Key.MK1 – Introduction

The projectCreating a Boston Dynamics Spot clone! Prior knowledge; Some experience with tracked robots. Good luck to me, i guess! TL;DRThis is my version of the wonderful Spot from Boston Dynamics. Albeit a lot less advanced. With a lot less features. And a lot less high-tech stuff. Basically a dumbed down Spot-like quadruped with a…

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