P13202: TigerBot Hip Servo
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Based on the Tigerbot Robotics Project experiences from last year, the main weakness of the humanoid robots is weakness in the high torque joints such as hips and knees. The goal of the team is to design a servo for TigerBot Humanoid Robots with a focus on the Hip joint. The servo will be able to provide high torque and maintain a lower cost compared to the other high end servos that meet the needs of the Tigerbot.

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Project Name
TigerBot Area: Humanoid Hip Servo
Project Number
P13202
Project Family
TigerBot
Start Term
2012-1
End Term
2012-2
Faculty Guide
George Slack
Primary Customer
Multi-Agent Bio-Robotics Lab, mabl.rit.edu
Sponsor (financial support)
Dr. Ferat Sahin

Team Members

Our Team

Our Team

Member Role Contact
Matt LeStrange Project Manager mcl5749@rit.edu
PJ Haasenritter Computer Engineer pjh9748@rit.edu
Vu Nguyen Electrical Engineer vkn3050@rit.edu
Brandon Baker Mechanical Engineer bdb3714@rit.edu

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MSD I MSD II

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Planning & Execution

Systems Design

Detailed Design

Project Review

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Planning & Execution

Build, Test, Document

Project Review

Final Presentation

Technical Paper

Poster

README for Future Projects

Acknowledgements