A contest on Pinshape (https://pinshape.com/contests/design-for-electronics-contest) got me to simplify the design of Felix and optimise it for 3D printing. The focus was on minimal support material, fast print time and optimal orientation on the print bed for best first layer adhesion. Other concerns where easy of assembly and sturdinnes of the final robot.
You can download and print the design from Pinshape (https://pinshape.com/items/27304-3d-printed-quadruped-robot)
If you want to edit/customise the 3D model, you are free to copy my OnShape project using this link: https://cad.onshape.com/docume…
There ain’t much room for my current electronics setup. The servo connectors require a lot of space – even using angled pins. So I have ordered a feather board and a servo feather wing from Adafruit. The feather board has the added bonus that it can be controlled via Iphone/Android using Bluetooth.