A 3D Printed Arduino Biped Kit
Walker is a based on the work done with Otto DIY, Zowi, and Bob the Biped. We use some arduino code for Walker from those projects. But the entire bot is redesigned.
The entire kit only uses 4 screws. It snaps together easily so kids can build it and we have put together a software package and assembly tutorials so any question you may have can be answered.
Walker Arduino Walking Robot Kit
Walker is an arduino Biped Robot Kit. You can assemble the kit in under an hour and get to work programming in new functions or just playing with him,
- Bluetooth Arduino App (Still in Development)
Kit Includes Everything you need to build a full functional Walker Biped Robot:
- 4 servos
- Primary Arduino Board and Arduino Nano
- Ultrasonic Sensor Eyes
- Battery Pack
- Assembly Instructions
- All necessary software to get started
- All Plastic Parts
The software and current applications are based on the Otto DIY project
Check out a quick Demo Video to see the completed arduino kit in action.
Downloads compatible with Walker can be downloaded here.
Walker Biped Arduino Robot 3D Printing Files
The 3D Printing files for all of the parts of the Walker arduino biped robot. The Walker is a kit for building an simple walking arduino robot. The kit can be assembled in under an hour. Printing of the parts should require less than 12 hours of print time.
You can find the control board and Servos in our Parts Store.
- Head Cover/Helmet
- Left Foot
- Right Foot
- 15% infill
- Support on Legs and helmet
- No raft or brim unless necessary
- 0.2-0.3mm layer height
Walker is compatible with OttoDIY Software.
You may find more resources on our Tutorials Page as they become available
Easy to Upgrade
Walker is based on the same Arduino Board all of our other LittleBots arduino Kits are. This board makes it simple to add new sensors or extra servos.
The main arduino board can accomodate 4 more servos in addition to those used to power the legs. It has 8 Analog inputs that can connect to sensors and an IR and Bluetooth input to allow control from android apps or an IR remote.
A Simple Robotics Kit
We took biped arduino robots and made is as easy to print, build, and program as we could. The kit only uses 4 screws. There is no soldering required, and we are working on more tutorials to ensure any question you have there is an answer.
It is a great introduction for a classroom, maker group, or to start programming your own miniature army.