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Inchworm walker with clever analog control hack

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Inchworm walker with clever analog control hack

Electronically, this dude is nothing but a battery pack, a servo, and a direction control switch. Mechanically, it’s just as simple: A couple of rulers for legs, some Tupperware for feet, and a few odd bits of hardware. Oh, yes: And a comb.with a row of teeth broken out for a two-way limit switch. Details in this tutorial by Instructables community manager Randy Sarafan.

2 thoughts on “Inchworm walker with clever analog control hack

  1. theophrastus says:

    if the weight of the batteries were in the “front”, it would go “backwards”? or is there some other asymmetry?

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