Spider

Yes, it somewhat looks a spider with 6 legs (:P) and I believe it scares the real spiders and even bugs LOL.

Update: 17-01-2018

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design drawing, yes it’s not perfect and please excuse for this.  spider idea

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A small hexapod with copper legs and HS-311 actuators/servo’s, I have used 3mm thick copper wire for legs, I had no better option at the of making So I did go with the things I have and a sheild wire, copper wire and paper tape to attach the 3 servo’s

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With bending tools I was able to mould legs like and fix them to the motors.spider cons4

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Yes It may not look good.  Soon the spider hits the floor and the spider is still in progress.

Spider

  1. power Source: 3.7V,2600mAh
  2. CPU: ATmega48 clocked 1.536MHz
  3. Actuators/servos: HS311
  4. Sensors: yet to be added
  5. Programming: AVR C
  6. Environments: indoor

and many thanks to the Sir protowrxs.

Little update: 17th january of 2018

Modifed the legs style looks perfect and walking is also good.

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spider walking. 😛

I will add sensors to it and will update as soon as possible. Thank you all.

 

 

Class A MOSFET amplifier

I always enjoy building audio amp’s particularly Class A topology.

PCB’s of class A MOSFET amp

design:

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PCB’s of class A MOSFET amp.

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I used two MOSFET’s  (IRFP250N) one is configured as current source and the other one is to amplify the signal, for the input stage I have used JFET 2SK209 provides high input impedance and the

output impedance of the amplifier is 2.6ohm’s

output of the amp is 5watts at 3% THD and each MOSFET dissipates 9.6watts of power efficiency of the amp is 26.04%

 

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