Here’s a video that RichardUK made of the 3D printed hexapod he created on the 3D printer he built over Christmas, shared on the Adafruit Forums:
I built my self a 3D printer over Christmas using the k8200 kit. And of course, first thing to print, some robot stuff.
I used the following hexapod 3d files with a little modification.
- 5v Trinket
- 2 micro switches
- And three micro servos.
So that I don’t have to disconnect anything to upload new code I test for LOW on pin #3 (it has a pull up on it) and test for HIGH on pin #4 ( I added a pull down)
Pins 0,1,2 are for the servos.
Hope you like it. And thanks to Kitty and Mike for help with the issues I had.
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