After some jiggling I busted out out something nifty:
The elbow control system doesn't allow for a lot of shoulder motion, so I'm considering using bowden cables instead.
The ankles bend using friction between the PVC & wood bits to mediate unwanted motion.
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Skeletronics and Sawagawa Electronics have a nifty exoskeleton, but the price is in the range of many thousands of dollars. The goal of Green Mountain Mech works is to create giant robots in a manner that is friendly not only to the consumer's pocketbook, but for maintenance as well.