Posted May 06, 2018 08:21:54Stryker-II is a medical robot that’s been designed and built by Strykers’ robotics team at R&D Labs.
Like most robotic arms, Strykers are designed to be flexible and durable enough to be used in both military and civilian roles.
While they’re technically still just toys, Stryskers are also capable of performing tasks like carrying supplies or transporting people, which is the same for many other humanoid robots.
Here’s how to make your own.1.
Put together a robotic arm with an external power source.
This might not be the most practical thing to do, but it’s probably the most cost effective way to make the Stryks look like something more like a real stryzer.
The basic idea is to use a 3-axis sensor that tracks the orientation of the Stries and the force exerted by its movements.
This data is then fed into an algorithm to figure out how to move the Strysks.
The algorithm will then calculate how much force to apply to the arm, and it will determine how much the user needs to move it to get the desired result.
It’s all done with some basic CAD software, so there’s not a ton of programming to get it to work.2.
Build a set of joints for the robot to sit in.
Once you have your 3-D printed joints, it’s time to build the first set of legs.
The joints for a Stryck are generally very simple.
The legs have four articulating joints that can be bent and turned.
Once these joints are connected to the arms, the arms can be moved to a position where the joints can be extended.
In this way, you can create a very sturdy arm that can perform multiple tasks.
You can also use the Styx robot to build other kinds of armaments, like swords, knives, or even an explosive-packed weapon like a rocket launcher.3.
Connect the Sticks to the Stysk’s wheels.
If you’re using a stylus, you’ll need to glue the Stitch to the wheels.
This is done by attaching the Stylus to the outside of the stryking, like a Velcro-style strap.
For Strycks that have wheels, this means attaching the inner legs to the outer legs, like on a stilt walker.4.
Connect all the joints together.
This step is optional, but can make the robot feel a lot more solid.
When the joints are attached, they’ll be on their own and will not need to be attached to any of the other parts of the robot.
The Strykes will be able to stand upright and remain connected to their legs for a while.
This helps prevent them from falling over.5.
Connect a pair of servo motors to the inside of the arms.
The servos are connected directly to the motors, and they act as motors that keep the Stlyks moving.6.
Build the styker legs.
Using the legs, the robot can stand upright without being too tall.
They’re made out of PVC and have a plastic shell.
They attach to the servos, and the servo arms are held in place by a wire.
Once they’re connected, they can be removed from the Stygos and used to attach the legs to other parts.
They also act as wheels to make them look like legs on a walker or stilts.
The Strykus have four joints, each with a different angle.
The angle for the stygos has a variable speed, which depends on the angle the robot is facing when the stykkers are turned.
When it’s facing straight down, the Styks legs can’t move much, but when it’s looking up, they’re moving fast enough to get through obstacles.
It makes for an extremely versatile, sturdy arm.