Advanced robotics with the Toddler: student guide, version by Bill Wong

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The same is true for movements 2, 4 and 6. The M0 routine is unique. It is designed to place the feet of the Toddler on the ground and next to each other regardless of where feet are when the routine starts. This can result in a jerking motion if the legs are not already in or close to this point. The M1 and M2 routines are representative examples of all the other movement routines in the program. The M1 movement tilts the Toddler to the right. To do so, it sends pulses to both servos. It sends the same pulse width to the stride motor so it remains stationary and the feet do not move forward or backwards.

The same is true for movements 2, 4 and 6. The M0 routine is unique. It is designed to place the feet of the Toddler on the ground and next to each other regardless of where feet are when the routine starts. This can result in a jerking motion if the legs are not already in or close to this point. The M1 and M2 routines are representative examples of all the other movement routines in the program. The M1 movement tilts the Toddler to the right. To do so, it sends pulses to both servos. It sends the same pulse width to the stride motor so it remains stationary and the feet do not move forward or backwards.

Page 18 · Advanced Robotics with the Toddler Step #13: Install Ball Joints The following parts are required for this step: • (4) ball joints (ball joint with post, nut) Install a ball joint on the outermost hole of each foot (Figure 1-15). Securing the nut may require a small wrench to tighten the ball joint unless you have a pair of needle nose pliers. One way to do this is to hold the nut with a finger and turn the ball joint until tight. Don't grip the ball with pliers as this can damage it and prevent it turning freely in its plastic socket when assembled.

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