At Custombiped.com we offer three different solutions on our biped systems. We deliver your biped robot on any level that you may desire.
Choosing a custom solution gives you a sub-part of a biped robot, ready to be implemented in your system. This ranges from any software, mechanical and electrical solution that you may need. The custom solution is tailored to fit your requirements and specifications. Look through our pages to see the variety of option we can deliver.
Description of the design phases of a biped robot. As the phases can be seen as individual modules, it is able to design a specific part of the robot to be implemented in any existing robot.
As our complete systems can be modularized, as shown in the upper figure, it is possible to order specific sub parts ready to be implemented in your already existing designs. These design steps and their contents in the custom solutions is described further below.Mechanical Custom Solution - Step 2
We seek to make our biped robot as human-like as possible. Therefor we have specialized in creating robots with human proportions, such that the robot is able to resemble humanoid movement and behaviour. Our designs are completely novel and enables the robots to move in space, as humans does. As the robots have human proportions it is possible to scale the mechanical design to virtually all sizes. We can also design different sub parts of a biped robot and then fit it into our existing design. Getting a custom mechanical part, is a sub part of our complete systems, where the design phase is described in point two in the upper figure. You can see more information here.Electrical Custom Solution - Step 3
Electrical design of biped robots are carried out on an individual basis. This mean that for your own robot, we scale and design the electrical solution that fits your specifications. Different aspects of the electrical design, such as sensoring, wiring, on-board computer and interface design, are also carried out. Our custom electrical solution is covered under step 3 of the design of a complete robot. You can read more information here.Plastic Custom Solution - Step 4
Using a SLS plastic molding techniques, we can help you fabricate plastic elements which would encapsulate your biped robot in a protecting shell. This would increase the finish of the robot. We can even help you design plastic covers for an existing robot. These designs are carried out i 3D CAD programmes so that the actual design can be approved by you before manufacturing. The plastic shields are designed such that they can easily be mounted and removed. They can be made in a hard mold such that the shield also protects the mechanics and on-board electronics. The plastic custom solutions is step 4 of our complete solutions. You can read more information here.Software Custom Solution - Step 5 and 6
The software solutions can be divided into three parts. On the lower part of the software is the interface drivers for actuators and sensors, all modified to the actuators and sensors of your choice. The middle layer is the Unix OS, real-time kernel and control system. This control system is designed such that it maintains stability of the robot during all different phases of walk and work (e.g. stance, leg and arm movement). The upper-level of the software is the interface to the user, where different commands to the robot can be executed. All parts of our software platform is designed in modules, such that our can our all or any part of the software you may need. Our custom software solutions is covered under step 5 and 6 of our complete solutions. This is actual both the control and behaviour software, and can therefor be further modularized. There is more information on our software platform here.Modeling Custom Solution
We offer mathematical multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) models of all robots. The models are created in modules, with direct input-to-output relations. From the models all kinematic and dynamic internal states are available, showing valuable information. These can be forces acting on each link, relative velocity of each link and torque stress relations on the joints revealing information on the required motors. All models are designed as input-to-output models, such that the inputs/outputs in the model is the same as on the real system. With the model it is therefor possible to simulate the movements of the real system. This step is not necessary to design a complete robot, but it gives you a possibility to analyze the behaviour of you robot in an interactive and structured way. You can see more information here.
HONDA reveals their new version of the ASIMO robot in Barcelona. The robot has new improvements on running speed and human interaction. The robot is 1.2 meters high and weighs 43 kg. Read more about the robot and watch a video here.25th Sept. 2007
Work on our Custombiped TWO has begun. The robot is larger and more advanced than the previous Custombiped ONE. Read more about Custombiped TWO here.25th Sept. 2007
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