by Toglefritz | Mar 19, 2018 | Robotics

The Mathematics of a Hexapod Robot Controlling a hexapod robot is really just a big math problem. A three-degrees-of-freedom hexapod uses a total of eighteen servos to move, three on each of the robot’s six legs. In order for the robot to move, the controller...
by Toglefritz | Sep 30, 2017 | Fusion 360, Robotics

Whether you are working on a robotics project, a consumer product, an IoT device, or any other design involving printed circuit boards and hardware coming together in an assembly, it is highly useful to have a 3D CAD model of your PCB, along with the ECAD schematic...
by Toglefritz | Jun 16, 2016 | Robotics

Hexapod Leg Layout and Leg Parts Controlling hexapod robots requires the use of a type of mathematics calledĀ inverse kinematics. This post contains all of the inverse kinematics calculations for a hexapod robot consisting of a hexagonal body with six legs spaced...
by Toglefritz | Jun 14, 2016 | Robotics

From the Wikipedia page on Inverse Kinematics, Inverse kinematics refers to the use of the kinematics equations of a robot to determine the joint parameters that provide a desired position of the end-effector. Specification of the movement of a robot so that its...