Otto DIY with Arms Code and STL files v1.0
Arduino Libraries and Sketch, Some basic instructions also included
Otto has fully functioning arm movements, this has come with a small price to pay, Some of Otto's mouths have been removed to allow for the additional memory needed for the arms, these include the numbers 5 -9 and the vampire mouths (sorry) Also only one animated mouth has been left, the sleeping dreamMouth, again the others have been removed for additional memory, I think the arm movements are worth the sacrifice.
We decided to leave github for the main codes and more advanced coders. For the latest changes please go and join our Otto DIY Arms in Wikifactory is a similar platform but much more easy to use, visual and simple for all the community to collaborate.
As an open source library, Otto and Myself respect all contributors to the open source community and thank you very much for everyone's supervision.
If you have a question then please post it to the Otto Builder facebook group, this is also a great place for help and advice.
How to print:
Print your Otto with Arms,
- 20% infil
- No supports
- I use a RAFT to help stick to the bed, this is optional
- There should be no need to rotate any parts, print as they are shown.
Parts required for Otto with Arms,
- 6 x SG90 SERVOS
- Arduino NANO atmega328 version
- Arduino NANO I/O shield
- HC SR04 ultrasonic module
- MAX7219 dot matrix module
- Female to female hook-up wires
- Bluetooth module (optional)
- LIPO battery 3.7volt and a suitable DC-DC converter module (optional)
- GSTDUINO PCB (instead of the Arduino Nano and shield, OPTIONAL)
Revision of history:
Version 1.0 of the libraries, initial release
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