While in the last part of the hexapod tutorial series we planned the electronics, it is time to discuss the sizing, the design electronics diagrams, do the PCB design, and finally build and assemble them all together into an awesome hexapod.
After 3D-printing all the necessary parts and mounting the hexapod in part one of the tutorial, in this second part we approach the electronics.
In this three-part tutorial we will present how to build a hexapod robot from scratch. We will go through all the details about the mechanics, electronics, and, of course, the software of our hexapod. In this first part, we are going to show you what 3D parts you need to print and how to mount them together.
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