The SpotMicro model was originally developed by Deok-yeon Kim and released on Thingiverse. He has posted that he is required to join the military in his country for two years and so will be absent from development.
This is a reasonably priced quadruped.
Before you start you need to decide if you want to have:
A fully simulated quadruped robot (pyBullet / ROS), repository for the simulation build, here in this page that you are reading, contains the information to drive you through it.
A simple quadruped robot controlled with remote bluetooth controller (PS4 or XBOX for example), repository for the basic build, the repository have all the information to guide you.
Lidar build by @FlorianWilk
Remote controlled with ARM by @Knosterpitter
You have all the repositories in GitLab:
Simulation & Software
There is currently a working Bezier Gait Environment with Randomizable Body and Terrain Parameters in Pybullet. It has a variety of trained Reinforcement Learning Agents for gait correction and rough terrain traveral, as well as a ROS interface to operate the robot using a Joystick. You can access it here.
All 3D print models are available in the repo. Because the performance issues with Thingiverse site, we have saved some users parts there (with the source links, honoring the licenses and referencing the users)
Some collection of SpotMicroAI builds builds in Thingiverse
Original and CLS STLs: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3445283
Hobbyking MG996R and STEP files: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3761340
Everyone is welcome to join and collaborate
Please refer to our collaborations section to know more: Collaboration
KDY released this under the Creative Commons Attribution license.