I didn't finsihed the calibration part this weekend, but the new head and mandible with FSR sensor are done. So I grabbed my camera and took some pictures again.
The abdomen/tail part containing SSC32, BB2 with BAP28, 2x Turnigy switch regulators, power switch for electronic and servos and a switch for serial select between BAP and PC for SSC32. I'm using a 2S 800 mAh LiPo for electronics and a 2S 5100 mAh LiPo for servo powering. Both batteries are monitored by a little Maxtro Battery Monitor
that gives you a loud beep when the LiPo's needs to be charged/changed. I know that this could be solved by letting the BAP doing the monitor, but I wanted a solution that worked when I didn't use the BAP (only SSC32). I've not mounted the RC receiver yet.
To guide all wires to the tail wasn't an easy task... Total of 25 servos and 7 pair of sensor wires makes alot of spagetti!
I've not mounted the lower and upper abdomen cover yet, but this picture gives you a little hint:
I made a stand, giving A-pod's leg full freedom while testing and calibration:
A-pod on the stand:
Some pictures of A-pod:
Here are two pictures of A-pod together with Phoenix for comparing sizes (ah, I forgot to crop the picture...):
Comments are appreciated!