Dogger is a 3d printed quadrupedal robot that is being developed by a student from the Netherlands. The objective of the project is to learn more about robotics and eventually make a robot that can walk great. The robot has twelve motors, three per leg. It uses a double stage belt reduction on each motor to get more torque from the motors. A Raspberry Pi forms the brains of the robot. Currently the robot can position its body in a desired location with a joystick while its legs stay on the ground. The next step is to make it walk.
Mitmachangebot: You can comeover at the stand to see the robot in action and ask questions about every detail of the robot.
Ansprechpartner/in: Fabio Boekel