hexy - Code for a hexapod robot

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The screws and nuts are the 3M ones you can buy from your local hardware store. You can lazer cut or 3D print Arcbotic's Hexapod frame as they have open-sources the files in DXF and STL format. I used a 5mm acrylic sheet. Adafruit has good tutorials for how to wire the drivers and all with the Arduino and Raspberry Pi.

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