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NO THYME, fully automatic programmed robotic arm

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Author: conundrumer

Group: Default

Filesize: 46.3 kB

Date added: 2009-07-23

Rating: 9.6

Downloads: 458502

Views: 57862

Comments: 185

Ratings: 154

Times favored: 34

Made with: Phun


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Inspired by Mira's Karukuri arm
Differential by Mira
If it somehow fails, make the motor speed slower.
After the robot is done, you can run it in reverse.
Last edited at 2009/07/27 20:26:26 by conundrumer
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This is going to be number one. 10/10 Unfortunately that's the maximum score I can give, but this scene is definitely a cut above all of the rest.
this is amazing. well done!:tup: :tup: :tup: :tup:
Very amazing, 10/10
Holy crap. 10^10/10. This is the most amazing and awesome thing ever. And it is actually awesome (it inspires awe). Dang. I can only offer three things that could be done:
Key binding to reverse it so you don't have to hit a switch
(VERY VERY simple) thyme version so you can change the speed (I'm NOT saying script movement, just control a var to control speed, that would not make movement controlled, but you would have to have it a seperate post so you can say this one is no thyme)
A guide to programming this beast.
I'm sorry, human intervention is not allowed (the speed is not meant to be adjusted during work). Also, I purposefully make the switch not controlled by a motor (I can make a motor that reverses direction using a clever method) so people would not get the urge to rapidly change directiosn.

I don't really want people to spend a lot of time programming this thing. If they're wiling to spend a lot of time, then they can spend a little time learning how it works.
This is epic con
how did u think of this?
and favorated


and i know how your robot works lol

very cool
Last edited at 2009/07/24 00:37:32 by Ricardovisk
Awsome _o_
hmm... awesome, but bland... 9/10
wow amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!
_o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_ _o_
how????????????????? :tup: :tup: :tup: :tup: :tup: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :blush: :blush: :blush: :blush: :love: :love: :love: :love: :love: :o :o :o :o :o
COMBOT, THE INSIDES ARE VERY COLORFUL. Also the programming card.
I established the dullness of the outside to signify a sense of an artificial and industrial environment, but made the insides colorful, not only color code the components, but to show how unconventional and radical this mechanism is. This is minimalistic art on the outside, and almost psychedelic art on the inside. I carefully considered the colors for each and every component. So please don't call it bland, and look at it with a higher level of artistic interpretation.
I think this is pretty simple:), but, it's good. Even though it's what I call simple, compared to most the things on phunbox (that I remember), it's extremely complex:), nice job, next time..... I can't think of any improvements, simple, smooth, and good, can't think of any additions for this...

The problem is.... What I call complex, I can't figure out myself.... Perhaps you should build a trigonometric drawing of the instructions of how operate this machine for those who don't understand:) (because trigonometric pen drawings are complex and cool:), as opposed to just cool:)).

Nonetheless, good job:).
Ha, I think the concept is pretty simple as well...except for the differential.
I knew there was trigonometric involved and predicted the needed height of the programming strip, but I mostly used trial and error.
I had thoughts about converting this into thyme to support more complex functions and to reduce lag/shakiness.
Last edited at 2009/07/24 13:29:00 by conundrumer
Grady used soo many smiley faces:o
Nuff said

10/10 :D

freakin' amazing.
Great concept but you don't actually need all that connection bars - distant glue simplify that task in times. :tup:
It wouldn't work like that, Kilinich. I don't see your knowledge in mechanics, either.
Freaking unbelivable!

I undesrtood how it works right away, BUT THIS IS HELL OF A GOOD JOB MAN.

I was amazed it, like just looking it like :o

Last edited at 2009/07/31 04:21:52 by Paradigm 29
Awesome work.
10/10 of course.
Wow I was wondering how it worked,... then I saw the top of the machine! Great system! I ran it twice so far with no errors!! Awesome!!:*) :*) :*) :tup:
Last edited at 2009/07/27 19:39:42 by Ian151
Awesome 10 ;)
awesome! i love screwing up the programing lol
I believe this does deserve caps as a title. 10/10.
:grr: i dont like the cussing.
wow thats amazing i was going to make somthing like this only much less complex and wow thats colorful i think that this should be #1:tup: :tup: :tup: :tup: :tup: :tup: :lol: :lol:

good job
awesome awesome awesome awesome awesome!10/10:coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin: :coolgrin:
wow, this is amazing, you must have spend months on this :tup: _o_
saw it work: 9/10. Reversed the motor and saw it work in reverse: 20/10 Baby!
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