This is an amazing piece of 3D printing work!

The T8 spider robot from RobugTix+Robugtix  ) weighs 1.00kg and is about the size of an A4 sheet of paper.  Just watch the video and see how smooth its movements are.  And one of the amazing things about it, is that it is 3D printed!

It uses a total of 25 servo motors!  and it is powered by the BigFoottm Inverse Kinematics Engine.

This Bigfoot Inverse Kinematic Engine is a black-box which does all the necessary calculations involved with the movement multi-legged robots like the T8.  It only needs to be given a command to move forward and it takes care of the rest.

The rest?  Well the rest is all the calculations for leg trajectory planning, inverse kinematics, motor control and leg gait coordination, among other things.

More info about this kinematics engine later

Here is picture, outlining some of the parts of this beautiful creation:

parts of the T8 robugtix spider

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