I purchased the Bittle in China and I am at the early stage of installation aiming at developing new skills to teach. One of the reason of my purchasing it to replace some plastic materials the legs and body are made of (it looks PC/ABS material) with high performing polymers to assure a long-term better performance in terms of resilience, impact and creep resistance. My intention is to exhibit it as a application example at Chinaplas in Shanghai in April 2022 at the stand of the company I work for. The company is a manufacturer of high performing polymers (EMS Chemie) . Am I allowed to do it ? Thanks for your quick feed-back
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sorry I cannot properly understand beside unscrew the NyBoard. Could you please expand a bit ? Thanks
Thanks I prepare the 3D part. Another issue: I am buying RPi 3+A, but it seems I keep receiving delay notification in delivery. Have you got any suggestion for starting run some tests using the RPi 4 which I already got ? Though the size is different is have you got any hint for making a temporary connection on the NYBoard socket ?
Probably it was a VPN problem being in CN, because I can get now to the ardSerial.py . As soon as I receive the RPi 3+A board I will connect it to the NYBoard as instructed. By the way I read somewhere that the stand-off 4 pieces can be 3D printed : where can I found the drawings ?
@Rongzhong Li yes , but I receive an error at https://github.com/PetoiCamp/OpenCat/blob/main/SerialMasterPython/ardSerial.py
we are ready to start the mold processing with the selected material. However as pre-requisite I need to assure the my RPi can properly operate to control Bittle postures based on external visual indication. I studied the pyBittle library and I deem it very useful for the coding purpose. However I would like an indication about RPi suitable setting /interface for communicating properly with Ny board. Is there one documentation to refer to ? When searching I found many, but none yet in which I felt all issues were settled. Thanks
@Rongzhong Li no need thanks for it. I look forward to having the mold cavity design ready for legs and hood and I will be back to you
Thanks, finally the serial port communicate through USB