What are the actual limitations on making myself a powered exoskeleton? I realize its not really all that feasible, otherwise it would be done more often, but I am interested in finding out where the bottle necks on development are.
I'm mostly doing this just to get more familiar with robotics in general and my robotics club at my university are on board if I can get a decent idea for one, which I don't think is a given.
Power could be inelegantly solved by a two stroke motor. Its going to be whiney and annoying but it would work. Could... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>905125 >What are the actual limitations on making myself a powered exoskeleton? Learning machine code and making powerful motors, then programming them to move in tandem with your body without breaking any of your bones.
>>905057 >implying you can >you can't he was on a level above us mortals, he faked his death so he could start over somewhere even more inhospitable. he's probably living in an ice castle somewhere deep in the interior of antarctica
To get above his level, you don't hang your snowshoes over the fire place, use stainless steel to cook with not aluminum, put your cheap junkie rubber boots away from your bed. Then get a chubby native woman to cook and keep the cabin in shape.
>>904046 to start with, get either a flea collar or other flea treatment for your dog.
then, treat anywhere the fleas could be with borax, then vacuum. Vacuum really well, and tie off in a bag so that any eggs don't hatch. keep vacuuming daily for the next week, and possibly reapply borax, and you should eventually kill them all. Obviously, you'll need to wash the bedsheets etc. if they're in there too.
Option two, is wait for winter cold, drain the water in the house pipes and flush toilets empty,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /diy/ Was looking for some guitar pedals to buy at first, but I tought it might be nice to build one myself. Is anyone experienced with those kinda electronics here or have some tips on where to start?
Are there any carpenters? Tomorrow is the first day on the job as a Carpenter helper. I've never had a job similar to this and have no knowledge of the trade. I have a proper shirt, pants, and steel toe boots. What else should I take. They never described what to take.
>>903059 Have some PPE gear. Safety glasses, hard hat, gloves, ear pro, and a safety vest. May be overkill, but you'll be about as prepared as you need to be minus the tools. Tools being hammer, cats paw, measuring tape, carpenter pencils, speed square, and torpedo level. Basics of the top of my head. Next level is a worm drive skill saw and a nail gun. Then your own compressor. Really you just need safety stuff and basic tools for now.
Sorry about the terrible pics. I'm not a photographer, but I've got a little empire going in my kitchen if anybody wants tips or tricks to do this efficiently and economically as a fun a profitable hobby.
>>896838 Hopefully he won't split his friends heads open. Woden swords can cut, break little bones and stab. You're a bit of an unfit parent if you think this is a good idea. Use vinyl or soft plastic for the blade and pommel. You know, bendy stuff, still he could put an eye out.
>I'm new to electronics, where do I get started? There are several good books and YouTube channels that are commonly recommended for beginners and those wanting to learn more, many with advanced techniques. The best way to get involved in electronics is just to make stuff. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty.
>Links to get started http://pastebin.com/9UgLjyND
Weller irons are already less than $20, how cheap are you looking to go?
My understanding is that cheaper soldering irons sacrifice temperature accuracy. If you're not working on anything too delicate (thin PCBs or tightly packed sensitive components) then any old soldering iron should do the job.
But I don't solder much. Take that with a grain of salt.
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