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Anton Fosselius
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Attended Mälardalen University
Lives in Östermalm Kristinehamn
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Some more progress on the legs and hip

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Here is some more progress on my foot, The yellow part is an attachment for the lead screw (8mm, 2mm pitch, 100mm long). will have two of those, one for x and one for y rotation of the foot.

The green parts are Potentiometers that i will use to track the rotation/angle of the foot.

Next up a carrage for the lead screw nut, a lot of springs/shock absorbers, gears and motor attachments.
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It started as a firestation...
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I think we do , it's a bit easier to balance work/family/hobby for me now. Because I am on a parental leave until April. So now I can spend all my time on my family and my hobby :)
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Sweet Me 2 :)
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Some further progress on my foot
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I have drafted a construction to evaluate the load cells as foot pressure sensors :D
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I have changed a bit of the design. I ditched the toes to keep it simple, I also added another load cell and made the foot a bit wider. The linear rods will be connected to two motors and the linear sleds will be connected to the heel by bars. The front of the foot will be connected to the leg with springs/shock absorbers. 
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+Jonathan Lussier​​​, Regarding the ATRIAS, yes, and I have thought about building something similar and take inspiration from ground running birds to build a "simpler, less expensive leg". But this is a plan B, I am not certain it will handle all human environments that well. And it's not that good at standing still and slow, controlled movements. You can think off it like it's unable to balance but exillent at avoiding to fall over. So it's basically a drunk acrobat :p
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It's time for pots! :) the big part was the first design. I like my current version (the small one), it's much smaller and fits like a glove!
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It's starting to take shape :)
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its slowly growing ;)
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Can I have 4 of those please?
 
The S3 is, according to its maker, better than existing LIDAR systems in every single way
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Some progress on my robotic foot, there are some alignment issues in the assembly and the "toe" joint needs to be moved up and closer to the rest of the foot. But it is starting to look like a foot.
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Education
  • Mälardalen University
    Robotics, 2007 - 2012
  • Nordens Tekniker Institut
    Programmering, Naturvetenskap och Elektronik, 2004 - 2007
  • 华东理工大学
    Robotics, 2011 - 2011
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Birthday
November 3
Other names
Maiden, MaidenOne
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Making Hardware Move!
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Running 5km in 20min, 10km in 45min, 21km in 1h 37min
Work
Occupation
Embedded engineer
Skills
Embedded systems/ Robotics
Employment
  • Wonder Technology Solutions
    Embedded Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Addiva
    Embedded Consultant, 2014 - 2014
  • ÅF Technology
    Consultant, 2012 - 2014
  • Epsilon AB
    Consultant, 2012 - 2013
  • Giraff Technologies AB
    Robot technican, 2010 - 2010
  • Enics
    ICT Tester, 2010 - 2010
  • ABB Robotics
    Production, 2009 - 2009
  • ABB HVC
    Production, 2008 - 2008
  • ABB HVC
    Production, 2007 - 2007
  • ABB Corperate Research
    Programmer / HMI, 2012 - 2012
  • Ericsson
    Embedded Consultant, 2013 - 2014
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Currently
Östermalm Kristinehamn
Previously
Gryta Västerås Sweden - Lyckeby Karlskrona Sweden - Pettersberg Västerås Sweden - Torhamn Karlskrona Sweden - Karlsborg Sweden - Vallby Västerås Sweden - Viksäng Västerås Sweden - Stockholm Sweden - Sandhamn Karlskrona Sweden - Rödeby Karlskrona Sweden - Shanghai China - Gideonsberg Västerås Sweden
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