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I'm planning to write a complete blog post to share all the details about it. I will let you know when its done.

Can't wait for it!
Good work!
Federico - Sideralis
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Would there be any codes for it? :D I'm intruigued as to how you managed to get all the legs to work in such a smooth way. I remember one video I saw of a robot managing to 'jump' its way along, as the servo movements were not timed correctly. Although it looked funny, it is still better than what I have done (which is nothing, when it comes to walking robots. Nothing yet...).
It looks like a quality product, well done!

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Cool, hexapods are always awesome.

And by the way, just paste the direct url of the youtube video (not the shortened youtu.be one) and it should embed the video in the forum post.
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