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'[PIC]: Stiquitto robot controlling using a PIC'
2001\01\29@190745 by Saurabh Sinha

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Hi!

Seeing all this robot mails, reminds me of something that I tried in the
past, but left as didn't get much work on my six-legged insect robot
(stiquitto robot). Has anyone of you tried to control a stiquitto robot
(Ntinol driven) using a PIC? If so, I would like to 'pirate' some
information (whatever you think may be useful) as I want to see my dead
insect alive!

Thank you.

Regards,

S. Sinha (Saurabh)
Tel/Fax: (012) 343-4912
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2001\01\29@203743 by Jinx

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I know you're asking for PIC, but does the pdf on this page have any
useful info for you (it's a PC-based controller if you hadn't seen it b4) ?
It seems that the only major adjustment on to the s/w would be the
timing (QBasic v .asm)

www.jameco.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/ExecMacro/Jameco/pageDisplay.d2w/re
port?content=cc-toc

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